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This is a story of me aged sixteen. It was recorded a few years ago in New York for The Moth - true stories about things that happened to people…

WIL WHEATON dot TUMBLR: As requested by too many people: making the last post rebloggable


birdartpoetry asked: Mister Gaiman, you’re kickass. I was just wondering, what do you think is the best way to seduce a writer? I figured your answer would be pretty spectacular.

In my experience, writers tend to be really good at the inside of their own heads and…


A reminder that you can read “A Study In Emerald” for free at It’s a PDF. You can download it…


Neil Gaiman: The World Book Day App Announcement


The World Book Day App will be available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch coming soon to the iTunes store and for the low, low price of absolutely free!

This brand new App features exclusive new short stories from Malorie Blackman, Neil Gaiman, Charlie Higson, Anthony Horowitz, Sophie McKenzie


Barnes and Noble has a “Meet the Writers” series.

In this one they interview some odd English person.

Um, yes please.

Forget Ryan Gosling.


I’m not actually here, so this is something I didn’t post.

Neil Gaiman: On Lewis, Tolkien and Chesterton

Chesterton and Tolkien and Lewis were, as I’ve said, not the only writers I read between the ages of six and thirteen, but they were the authors I read over and over again; each of them played a part in building me. Without them, I cannot imagine that I would have become a writer, and certainly not a writer of fantastic fiction. I would not have understood that the best way to show people true things is from a direction that they had not imagined the truth coming, nor that the majesty and the magic of belief and dreams could be a vital part of life and of writing.

Neil Gaiman
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