In honor of Neil Gaiman's 55th Birthday
Interview: Author Neil Gaiman of Coraline, Sandman, and American Gods on our love of stories and how what he set out to do as an author was "write stories to the world"
Interview: Bookslut has an interview with Neil Gaiman
Interview: Bryan Fuller describes a 'Marvel Universe' of gods and says Steven Spielberg is 'very involved' in 'Amazing Stories.'
Interview: Neil Gaiman discusses Fragile Things at Google
Interview: Neil Gaiman reflects on 25 years of Sandman history
Interview: "Sandman" Film Gets "Really Fantastic" New Writer, David S. Goyer Says
Interview: What Neil Gaiman and Junot Diaz Talk About When They Talk About Sandman: Overture
5 Gifts You Can Give to Neil Gaiman on His Birthday
Den of Geek remembers Neil Gaiman’s 11 geekiest cameo appearances. Don't miss Labyrinth With Sock Puppets feat. Amanda Palmer and friends.
How To Become A Writer - The Easy Way - by Neil Gaiman: "Write the ideas down. If they are going to be stories, try and tell the stories you would like to read. Finish the things you start to write. Do it a lot and you will be a writer. The only way to do it is to do it. I’m just kidding. There are much easier ways of doing it."
Kid Goth: Neil Gaiman’s fantasies.
Looking for something to read tonight? Try “The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains,” by Neil Gaiman.
Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer perform "The Problem With Saints"
Neil Gaiman offers a pep talk for NANOWRIMO participants.
Neil Gaiman on How Stories Last: “Stories … are genuinely symbiotic organisms that we live with, that allow human beings to advance.”
Neil Gaiman on protecting racial diversity in new American Gods adaptation
Neil Gaiman’s fantasy painting: Among the Pre-Raphaelites at the Tate in London is a strange, intricate, unfinished painting by a patricidal Victorian lunatic. A master of fantasy falls under its spell
Neil Gaiman's many creations are hitting screens soon
Want to read some Neil Gaiman short stories when you have no money? There’s always http://www.neilgaiman.com/Cool_Stuff which has all sorts of things to read and listen to – and the short stories are to be found in in http://www.neilgaiman.com/Cool_Stuff/Short_Stories
Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming: "I was in China in 2007, at the first party-approved science fiction and fantasy convention in Chinese history. And at one point I took a top official aside and asked him Why? SF had been disapproved of for a long time. What had changed? It's simple, he told me. The Chinese were brilliant at making things if other people brought them the plans. But they did not innovate and they did not invent. They did not imagine. So they sent a delegation to the US, to Apple, to Microsoft, to Google, and they asked the people there who were inventing the future about themselves. And they found that all of them had read science fiction when they were boys or girls."
Your protagonist is mortally wounded and needs to get out alive. How?