Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman appears in the following:

Neil Gaiman Gets Real

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Best-selling short fiction author Neil Gaiman talks about the real life topics that engaged him: free speech, the nightmare of tweeting, and fiction as a gateway drug.


Video: Neil Gaiman's Definitive Victor in the Battle of Sandman Versus Thor

Friday, September 04, 2015

Neil Gaiman on the Lord of the Rings world vs. Game of Thrones, who would win in a fight between Sandman and Thor, and his love/hate relationship with the ampersand.


Neil Gaiman's 'Neverwhere,' 20 Years in the Making

Friday, August 14, 2015

The author's work crosses genres and reaches audiences of all ages. He makes a visit to The Lopate Show Book Club to answer listener questions about his celebrated novel, "Neverwhere."

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Neil Gaiman Wants to Be Bored

Friday, June 13, 2014

Neil Gaiman writes critically acclaimed bestsellers faster than some people change socks, is married to an indie rock goddess, and has a fantastic head of hair at 53. Is there anythin...

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Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer's Traveling Roadshow

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Author Neil Gaiman (Sandman, American Gods) and singer Amanda Palmer (The Dresden Dolls, The Grand Theft Orchestra) talk about their traveling husband-and-wife variety show.


Neil Gaiman And Amanda Palmer's Variety Show; Randy Weston And Billy Harper's Global Blues

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

In this episode: Husband-and-wife power couple and creative forces Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer -- the acclaimed and innovative author and the audacious musician and Kickstarter-funded firebrand, respectively -- talk about their ambitious traveling variety show, a few new projects in the works, and even sing a song together!

Then, the legendary jazz pianist Randy Weston and longtime sax player Billy Harper perform songs from their latest collaboration, Roots of the Blues, in the Soundcheck studio.


The Footprints of a Gigantic Detective: Sherlock Holmes Inspires a New Anthology

Friday, January 13, 2012

“One day in 1897, Arthur Conan Doyle sat down to write a tale of an odd young man with peculiar skills and changed the world.”


Special Guest: Neil Gaiman

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Kurt Andersen talks with Neil Gaiman about writing the new film Mirrormask, produced by the Jim Henson Company. Gaiman shares his insights from raising teenage daughters, and describes what it’s like to work in the Henson family home, where old Muppets are put to rest in the laundry ...


Neil Gaiman Continued

Saturday, October 01, 2005

A god walks into a bar, flirts with the tourists, and has a heart attack singing karaoke, leaving his two sons to stumble into a conflict older than civilization. Gaiman explains how his new book Anansi Boys is not really a fantasy novel — it's a comedy inspired by P.G. ...


Gods, Mirrormask, Superball

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Neil Gaiman joins Kurt Andersen to talk about his new novel Anansi Boys. It’s about the two sons of the Afro-Caribbean spider god Anansi, whom Gaiman wrote about in his breakout novel American Gods. Gaiman has also written the new movie Mirrormask, produced by the Jim Henson Company. It’s the ...