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The Guardian

Russell Brand and Neil Gaiman's childhood reinventions
The Guardian
It pains me to think how often he must have had to read the thing, but his reward surely came when it was time to turn his attention to Neil Gaiman's latest offering, The Sleeper and the Spindle (Bloomsbury), for which he has provided a set of ...

Den Of Geek

Hear Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett cameo in Radio 4's Good Omens
Den Of Geek
What's more, Sir Terry Pratchett and, why not, Lord Neil Gaiman (it's only a matter of time, surely) have recorded a cameo in the audio drama, which you can hear below. The authors play police officers Neil and Terry, who are in pursuit of Crowley's ...
Neil Gaiman Announces Air Dates For 'Good Omens' Radio
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's 'Good Omens' Is Being Released As A Radio ...Science Fiction
Good Omens: Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's radio drama gets a release date ...Radio Times
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It's A Neil Gaiman Universe; We Just Live In It
Neil Gaiman has created some of the most extraordinary, eccentric characters to ever grace the page and screen. His mastery of fantasy, horror and sci-fi has endeared many to books such as The Ocean at the End of the Lane, American Gods and Coraline.

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The Scramble: Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer Prepare You for a Long Car Trip
Oh, by the way, that's Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman, guests on the show today. If you don't know their names, imagine a place where everything nerd touches everything cool at one white hot sizzling point. They are the power couple of that place.
the year of the female powerhouseWTOP
Who's Afraid Of Amanda Palmer?Refinery29

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Neil Gaiman: Why Disney's Sleeping Beauty doesn't work
"You don't need princes to save you," says Neil Gaiman, speaking about his new fairy tale, The Sleeper and the Spindle. "I don't have a lot of patience for stories in which women are rescued by men." And so, in his slim, gilded, wicked book, a ...

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