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
DC/Vertigo 1988–present
Marvel 1994–2007
William Morrow 1999–present
HarperCollins 2005–2007

This is a bibliography of works by Neil Gaiman.


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:


Prose fiction[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 Story Collections[edit]

Other Short stories[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)?" (in Dagon No. 16, 1987)
  • "Now we are Sick" (in Now we are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, a poetic anthology edited by Gaiman and Stephen Jones, hardcover, 93 pages, DreamHaven, 1991, ISBN 0-9630944-4-0)
  • "An Honest Answer" (with illustrations by Bryan Talbot, in Wiindows No. 21, Cult Press, 1993)
  • "Cinnamon" (inspired by the sculptures of Lisa Snelling, in Overstreet's Fan No. 4, Gemstone, 1995)
  • "The False Knight on the Road" (with illustrations by Charles Vess, in The Book of Ballads and Sagas No. 1, Green Man Press, 1996)
  • "In the End" (in Strange Kaddish: Tales You Won't Hear from Bubbie, hardcover, 70 pages, Aardwolf Publishing, 1996, ISBN 1-888669-01-2)
  • "Only the End of the World Again" (inspired by the sculptures of Lisa Snelling, in On Cats and Dogs: Two Tales, DreamHaven, 1997)
  • "It was a Dark and Silly Night" (with illustrations by Gahan Wilson, in Little Lit: It was a Dark and Silly Night..., hardcover, 48 pages, Joanna Cotler, 2003, ISBN 0-06-028628-8)
  • "A Study in Emerald" (originally published in Shadows Over Baker Street, hardcover and paperback, 464 pages, edited by Michael Reaves and John Pelan, 2003, ISBN 978-0-345-45273-3 and later collected in Fragile Things, above)
  • "Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Nameless House of the Night of Dread Desire" (in Exotic Gothic, Ash-Tree Press, 2007, ISBN 978-1-55310-099-7 hardbound, 978-1-55310-100-0 paperback)
  • "The Thing About Cassandra" (in the 2010 anthology Songs of Love and Death edited by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois)
  • Click-Clack the Rattlelebag (from the horror anthology Impossible Monsters edited by Kasey Lansdale, 2013, ISBN 978-1-59606-505-5)
  • "Nothing O'Clock" (a Doctor Who Digital Short), ebook, 45 pages, Puffin Books, 2013
  • "Down to a Sunless Sea" (published in The Guardian newspaper in 2013,[20] and the anthology Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome the same year).[21]


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



Video game[edit]

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


  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". 
  5. ^
  6. ^ "Neil Gaiman – Make Good Art cover art and synopsis)". 
  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". 24 October 2014. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
  20. ^ "Down to a Sunless Sea by Neil Gaiman". The Guardian (London: Guardian News and Media). 2013-03-22. Retrieved 2014-08-14. 
  21. ^ Stephen Jones (26 September 2013). Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome. Quercus Publishing. pp. 33–36. ISBN 978-1-78206-471-8. 
  22. ^ O'Donnell, Kevin (26 April 2011). "How Amanda Palmer & Pals Cut an Album in One Day". Spin. 
  23. ^ Dragons: A Fantasy Made Real full cast and crew on Internet Movie Database
  24. ^ "Neil Gaiman reveals power of writing Doctor Who". BBC. 24 May 2010.