Content tagged with Neil Gaiman

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A delightfully illustrated version of Tim Minchin’s hilarious beat poem "Storm". At a London dinner party, Tim is introduced to the mysterious fifth guest at the table.

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10 Things You Learn from The Art of Neil Gaiman

1) Neil Gaiman drinks unimaginable quantities of tea and loves to eat sushi. 2) Although born in England, the last few decades have been spent living at his Addams Family house in Wisconsin and (in between travelling) the majority of his writing is done in the gazebo

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Fortunately the Milk promises to be Neil Gaiman's silliest story yet, and certainly lives up to its word. With a word-inventing, balloon-flying stegosaurus, remarkably intelligent pink ponies and some pretentious vampires among the cast, it's a riot from start to finish.

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Unnatural Creatures is a compilation of some of Neil Gaiman's favourite stories featuring mythical monsters and bloodthirsty beasts.

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The year of the Gaiman

The sci fi superstar’s newest novel is a deeply personal love letter – with horror, magic and suicides. He talks to us about The Ocean at the End of the Lane

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