Tagged: Neil Gaiman

SoA urges authors to protest Scottish culture cuts

The Society of Authors is urging its members to protest the proposed cuts to Scottish culture funding. Read more

Pullman and Gaiman back school library campaign

Authors Philip Pullman, Malorie Blackman and Neil Gaiman are among over 150 book trade figures who have lent their support to a campaign to halt... Read more

BBC Radio reveals literary festive line-up

An all star radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Anansi Boys (Headline), a reading of David Attenborough's memoirs and a performance of "Scrooge - The Musical"... Read more

Gaiman rallies support for Turkey's Altan on eve of trial

Turkish novelist Ahmet Altan has written an essay, The Writer's Paradox, from his prison cell where he has been imprisoned with his brother Mehmet for a year.... Read more

Authors protest 'axing' of Haringey children's librarians

A group of authors are campaigning against changes to Haringey’s library service with a “day of action” planned for Saturday (9th September). Read more

Terry Pratchett's unfinished works crushed by steamroller

Sir Terry Pratchett's unfinished books have been crushed by a steamroller in accordance with the late fantasy author's wishes. Read more

Gaiman, Pullman and Trollope in 'yoga challenge'

Neil Gaiman, Philip Pullman, Joanna Trollope, Lemn Sissay and Joanne Harris are throwing their weight behind a five day yoga challenge, organised by The Society... Read more

Headline to publish Gaiman's Neverwhere sequel, The Seven Sisters

Neil Gaiman is writing a sequel to Neverwhere, 20 years after it first published, called The Seven Sisters, for publication with Headline. ... Read more

Gaiman and Pratchett's Good Omens to premiere with Amazon Prime in 2018

Neil Gaiman's TV adaptation of Good Omens (Transworld), written with Sir Terry Pratchett, has been picked up by Amazon Studios for worldwide release in 2018.... Read more

Rushdie urges Chinese authorities to release jailed writers

Salman Rushdie has put his name to an open letter, alongside J M Coetzee, Margaret Atwood and Neil Gaiman, calling on Chinese president Xi Jinping to reverse his state crackdown on... Read more

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