Canadian Sandman fan alert! SPACE, which is showing Prisoners of Gravity made sure to tell me this: The Sandman episode of PoG will air Thursday Nov. 27- (American Thanksgiving) on SPACE the imgination station @ 1pm, and 7pm…. Himself, plus Karen Berger, Dave McKean, P.C. Russell, Charles Vess, Harlan Ellison, […]
White Wolf has released The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish. Some pages from it are available on the White Wolf Fiction Page (as well as an interview with Neil) It’s a children’s story, but adults will love it too.
Mark Krukar passes along this info: The Authorless Signing for Neverwhere at the Border Books & Music at Southcenter will be Saturday, Sept. 6 at 1PM. They will indeed be showing the full Neverwhere video at this event. There is no event scheduled at the Seattle store. So I’m guessing […]
The Beau Yarbrough Interview (older news) states that Good Omens has sold over 200,000 internationally. Actually, internationally it’s probably coming up on a million copies sold. It has sold over 200,000 in the US.
Leah Hollenberger dropped me a press release that says that Neil will be on Sound and Spirit on July 14th (1996? 1997? – not sure any more) not sure airing on public radio stations across the US. Check out the Sound and Spirit website for more information.
Once again Lance “Squiddie” Smith has posted upcoming Gaiman works (from Previews — order these through your local comic shop. If you don’t have one, one of my clients, Mission Games, can order them for you and mail them out.) to alt.fan.neil-gaiman: First, “Vertigo: Winter’s Edge”, a Vertigo sampler, will […]
If what Neil has heard is correct, the Chrstopher Lambert Beowulf isn’t set in our future, but in the 17th Century, about a thousand years after the original saga.
I’ve updated Neil’s Neverwhere Signing Tour Schedule
Martha Soukup made an addition to Lance’s upcoming Gaiman works on alt.fan.neil-gaiman: Also for completists, Neil’s introduction to the collection _The Arbitrary Placement of Walls_ by Martha Soukup, in the form of a three-page poemthat’s very silly, is in print as of last week. (Was on sale at the Worldcon.)
Neil passed this along: STARDUST #4 got a bit out of hand, and when I turned it in it became obvious that it was much too long. DC, bless their little cotton socks, instead of making me lose a chapter at random, allowed us to up the page count to […]