Neil Gaiman bibliography

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Neil Gaiman bibliography
Neil Gaiman autographing a copy of Coraline, National Book Fair, Washington, D.C., 2005
Active period 1984–present
Publishers
DC/Vertigo 1988–present
Marvel 1994–2007
William Morrow 1999–present
HarperCollins 2005–2007

This is a list of works by Neil Gaiman.

Comics[edit]

UK publishers[edit]

Titles published by various British publishers include:

DC Comics/Vertigo[edit]

Titles published by DC Comics and its Vertigo imprint include:

Other US publishers[edit]

Titles published by various American publishers include:

Novels and children's books[edit]

Novels[edit]

The following table can be sorted to show Gaiman's novels in chronological order,
or arranged alphabetically by title, or by co-author, or by series.
Year Title Co-author(s) Series Publisher ISBN Notes and awards
1990 Good Omens Terry Pratchett Workman Publishing 0-89480-853-2
(Hardcover, 354 pages)
  • Locus and World Fantasy nominees for Best Novel, 1991[7]
1996 Neverwhere BBC Books 0-7472-6668-9
(Hardcover, 287 pages)
  • Based on Gaiman's script for the BBC miniseries.
1999 Stardust William Morrow 0-380-97728-1
(Hardcover, 256 pages)
  • Locus Fantasy Award nominee, 1999[8]
2001 American Gods William Morrow 0-380-97365-0
(Hardcover, 480 pages)
  • Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker and Locus Awards winner, 2002;[9]
  • British Science Fiction Award nominee, 2001;[10]
  • British and World Fantasy Award nominee, 2002.[9]
2002 Coraline HarperCollins 0-380-97778-8
(Hardcover, 176 pages)
  • With illustrations by Dave McKean
  • 2003 Hugo, Stoker, Locus and British SF Award winner
  • 2004 Nebula Award winner
2005 Anansi Boys HarperCollins 0-06-051518-X
(Hardcover, 352 pages)
  • British and Locus Fantasy Awards winner, 2006[11]
2007 InterWorld Michael Reaves InterWorld HarperCollins 0-06-123896-1
(Hardcover, 256 pages)
2008 The Graveyard Book HarperCollins 0-06-053092-8
(Hardcover, 320 pages)
  • 2009 Hugo Awards winner, Newbery Medal
  • British Fantasy and World Fantasy Awards nominee, 2009[12]
2013 The Silver Dream Michael Reaves, Mallory Reaves InterWorld HarperCollins 0-06-206796-8
(Hardcover, 288 pages)
2013 The Ocean at the End of the Lane William Morrow 0-06-225565-5
(Hardcover, 192 pages)
2015 Eternity's Wheel Michael Reaves, Mallory Reaves InterWorld HarperCollins 0-06-206799-9
(Hardcover, 288 pages)

Children's books[edit]

Short fiction and poetry[edit]

Collected[edit]

  • Angels and Visitations: A Miscellany (1993)
  • Smoke and Mirrors (1998):
    • "Reading The Entrails: A Rondel" (The Fortune Teller, 1997)
    • "The Wedding Present"
    • "Chivalry" (Grails, 1992)
    • "Nicholas Was..." (Drabble II - Double Century, 1990)
    • "The Price" (Dark Terrors 3, 1997)
    • "Troll Bridge" (Snow White, Blood Red, 1993)
    • "Don't Ask Jack" (FAN, 1995)
    • "The Goldfish Pool And Other Stories" (David Copperfield's Beyond Imagination, 1996)
    • "Eaten (Scenes From A Moving Picture)" (Off Limits, 1996)
    • "The White Road" (Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears, 1995)
    • "Queen Of Knives" (The 1995 World Horror Convention Program, 1995)
    • "Changes"
    • "The Daughter Of Owls" (Tales of the Unanticipated #18, 1997)
    • "Shoggoth's Old Peculiar" (The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy, 1998)
    • "Virus" (Digital Dreams, 1990)
    • "Looking For The Girl" (Penthouse, 1985)
    • "Only The End Of The World Again" (Shadows Over Innsmouth, 1994)
    • "Bay Wolf"
    • "Fifteen Painted Cards From A Vampire Tarot" (The Art of the Vampire, 1998)
    • "We Can Get Them For You Wholesale" (Knave, 1989)
    • "One Life, Furnished In Early Moorcock" (Elric: Tales of the White Wolf, 1994)
    • "Cold Colors" (Midnight Graffiti, 1990)
    • "The Sweeper Of Dreams" (FAN, 1996)
    • "Foreign Parts" (Words Without Pictures, 1990)
    • "Vampire Sestina" (Fantasy Tales 2, 1989)
    • "Mouse" (Angels and Visitations, 1993)
    • "The Sea Change" (FAN, 1995)
    • "How Do You Think It Feels" (In the Shadow of the Gargoyle, 1998)
    • "When We Went To See The End Of The World by Dawnie Morningside, Age 11 1/4"
    • "Desert Wind"
    • "Tastings" (Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers, 1998)
    • "Babycakes" (Taboo #4, 1990)
    • "Murder Mysteries" (Midnight Graffiti, 1992)
    • "Snow, Glass, Apples" (Snow, Glass, Apples, 1995)
  • Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders (2006):
  • M is for Magic (for children) (2007):
    • "The Case Of The Four And Twenty Blackbirds" (Knave, 1984)
    • "Troll Bridge" (Snow White, Blood Red, 1993)
    • "Don't Ask Jack" (FAN, 1995)
    • "How To Sell The Ponti Bridge" (Imagine #24, 1985)
    • "October In The Chair" (Conjunctions no. 39, 2002)
    • "Chivalry" (Grails, 1992)
    • "The Price" (Dark Terrors 3, 1997)
    • "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" (Fragile Things, 2006)
    • "Sunbird" (Noisy Outlaws, 2005)
    • "The Witch's Headstone" (Wizards, 2007)
    • "Instructions" (Wolf at the Door, 2000)
  • Who Killed Amanda Palmer: A Collection of Photographic Evidence (photographic book with related short stories) (with Kyle Cassidy and Beth Hommel, 2009)
  • Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances (2015):[19]
    • "Making A Chair" (An Evening with Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer CD, 2011)
    • "A Lunar Labyrinth" (Shadows of the New Sun, 2013)
    • "The Thing About Cassandra" (Songs of Love and Death, 2010)
    • "Down To A Sunless Sea" (The Guardian, 2013)
    • "The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains..." (Stories, 2010)
    • "My Last Landlady" (Off the Coastal Path, 2010)
    • "Adventure Story" (McSweeney's #40, 2012)
    • "Orange" (The Starry Rift, 2008)
    • "A Calendar Of Tales" (A Calendar of Tales, 2013)
    • "The Case Of Death And Honey" (A Study in Sherlock, 2011)
    • "The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury" (Shadow Show, 2012)
    • "Jerusalem" (BBC Radio 4, 2007)
    • "Click-Clack The Rattlebag" (Impossible Monsters, 2013)
    • "An Invocation Of Incuriosity" (Songs of the Dying Earth, 2009)
    • "And Weep, Like Alexander" (Fables of the Fountain, 2013)
    • "Nothing O'Clock" (Doctor Who: 11 Doctors, 11 Stories, 2013)
    • "Diamonds And Pearls: A Fairy Tale" (Who Killed Amanda Palmer, 2009)
    • "The Return Of The Thin White Duke" (V Magazine, 2004)
    • "Feminine Endings" (Four Letter Word, 2007)
    • "Observing The Formalities" (Troll's Eye View, 2009)
    • "The Sleeper And The Spindle" (Rags and Bones, 2013)
    • "Witch Work" (Under My Hat, 2012)
    • "In Relig Odhráin" (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2011)
    • "Black Dog"

Uncollected[edit]

  • "I Cthulhu: or What's a Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing in a Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47°9′S, Longitude 126°43′W)?", Dagon No. 16 (1987)
  • "Culprits Or Where Are They Now?" (with Kim Newman and Eugene Byrne), Interzone #40 (1990)
  • "Now we are Sick", Now we are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, eds. Gaiman and Stephen Jones (1991)
  • "An Honest Answer" (illustrated by Bryan Talbot), Wiindows No. 21 (1993)
  • "Cinnamon", Overstreet's Fan No. 4, Gemstone (1995)
  • "The False Knight on the Road" (illustrated by Charles Vess), The Book of Ballads and Sagas No. 1 (1996)
  • "The Shadow", Half-Minute Horrors, ed. Susan Rich (2009)
  • "House", Tor.com (2013)
  • "How the Marquis Got His Coat Back", Rogues, eds. George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois (2014)
  • "Kissing Song", Uncanny Magazine (2014)

Illustrated editions[edit]

  • The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains (illustrated by Eddie Campbell, 2014)

Anthologies edited[edit]

Nonfiction[edit]

Audio[edit]

(Citation information taken from WorldCat.) Neverwhere(2012) read by Neil Gaiman Isis Audio books

Film[edit]

Year Title Credited as Notes Ref.
Writer Director Producer Role
1997 Princess Mononoke Adaptation Script adaptation for the Miramax English dub of the Japanese anime.
2003 A Short Film About John Bolton Yes Yes Directorial Debut
2005 MirrorMask Yes Story by Gaiman and Dave McKean, screenplay by Gaiman
2007 Stardust Yes Based on his novel Stardust
2007 Beowulf Yes Executive With Roger Avary. Based on Beowulf [22]
2009 Coraline Based on his novel Coraline
2015 The Making of a Superhero Musical Yes Short film. Role: Melvin Morel
2017 How to Talk to Girls at Parties Executive Based on his short story "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" [23]

Publications[edit]

  • MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script (with Dave McKean) (screenplay) (2005)
  • Beowulf: The Script Book (with Roger Avary) (screenplay) (2007)

Television[edit]

Year Title Credited as Notes Ref.
Writer Director Executive producer Role
1996 Neverwhere Yes Creator; writer (6 episodes)
1998 Babylon 5 Yes Writer: "Day of the Dead"
2009 10 Minute Tales Yes Yes Writer and director: "Statuesque"
2010 Arthur Yes As himself. Episode: "Falafelosophy"
2011–2013 Doctor Who Yes Writer:
"The Doctor's Wife"
"Nightmare in Silver"
"Rain Gods" (DVD-exclusive mini-episode)
[24][25]
2011 The Simpsons Yes As himself. Episode: "The Book Job" [26]
2016 Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories Yes Based on four of his short stories. [27]
2017 American Gods Yes Based on his novel American Gods. [28]

Video game[edit]

  • Wayward Manor (PC, Mac, iOS; game developed by The Odd Gentlemen; written by Gaiman, 2013)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ An 8-page AIDS awareness back-up story published within all DC/Vertigo titles dated February 1993.
  2. ^ "Neil Gaiman's The Children's Crusade collected edition announced!)". 
  3. ^ The series was discontinued due to Eclipse's collapse; Gaiman and Buckingham planned three six-issue storyarcs entitled The Golden Age, The Silver Age and The Dark Age.
  4. ^ "Being An Account of the Life and Death of the Emperor Heliogabolus". Holycow.com. 
  5. ^ http://www.maggiethompson.com/2010_06_01_archive.html
  6. ^ http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=48465
  7. ^ "1991 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  8. ^ "1999 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  9. ^ a b "2002 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  10. ^ "2001 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  11. ^ "2006 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  12. ^ "2009 Award Winners & Nominees". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 27 June 2009. 
  13. ^ Press Association (26 December 2013). "Neil Gaiman novel wins Book of the Year". The Guardian. Retrieved 28 December 2013. 
  14. ^ "2013 Nebula Awards Winners". Locus. 17 May 2014. Retrieved 17 May 2014. 
  15. ^ "World Fantasy Awards Ballot". Locus. 9 July 2014. Retrieved 10 July 2014. 
  16. ^ "Cover Art For Neil Gaiman's Chu's Day Revealed". 
  17. ^ Losowsky, Andrew (15 February 2013). "New Neil Gaiman Book, 'Fortunately, The Milk', Is 'The Silliest I've Ever Written'". Huffington Post. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  18. ^ Gaiman, Neil (14 August 2013). "Fortunately, the book... (Explained)". Neil Gaiman. Retrieved 14 September 2013. 
  19. ^ "Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman cover art and synopsis". Upcoming4.me. 24 October 2014. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  20. ^ "Neil Gaiman – Make Good Art cover art and synopsis)". 
  21. ^ O'Donnell, Kevin (26 April 2011). "How Amanda Palmer & Pals Cut an Album in One Day". Spin. 
  22. ^ Boyd, Betsy (2007-07-26). "Stars align for Neil Gaiman". Retrieved 2016-09-03. 
  23. ^ "Elle Fanning to Star in Neil Gaiman Adaptation 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties' (Exclusive)". Retrieved 2016-09-03. 
  24. ^ "Neil Gaiman reveals power of writing Doctor Who". BBC. 24 May 2010. 
  25. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (2012-11-07). "Neil Gaiman To Pen Upcoming 'Doctor Who' Episode That Marks Return Of The Cybermen". Retrieved 2016-09-03. 
  26. ^ Watercutter, Angela. "Neil Gaiman, Homer Bring Trolls to The Simpsons". Retrieved 2016-09-05. 
  27. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (2016-02-11). "Sky Arts To Tell Neil Gaiman's 'Likely Stories' With George MacKay, Tom Hughes". Retrieved 2016-09-03. 
  28. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2015-06-16). "'American Gods' Neil Gaiman Drama Adaptation Gets Starz Series Order". Retrieved 2016-09-03. 

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