Bibliography/Essays

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  • 300 Good Reasons To Resent Dave Sim: ADT; Comic Buyer's Guide #977 (August 7 1992); Feature V.3 #4 (Winter 1997)
  • Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller (Critical essay/review): ADT; Comics Forum #14 (Spring 1997); Foundation #38 (1987)
  • Bone Notes: Jeff Smith: Bone And Beyond by Lucy Shelton and David Filipi, Wexner Center For The Arts, 2008
  • Books Have Sexes (aka All Books Have Genders): http://www.powells.com/features/gaiman.html; http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/essaygenders
  • Anthony Boucher: The Compleat Werewolf, And Other Stories Of Fantasy And SF: Horror 100 Best Books edited by Stephen Jones and Kim Newman, Xanadu, 1988
  • The Bride Of Frankenstein: Cinema Macabre edited by Mark Morris, PS Publishing, 2006
  • Entitlement Issues: http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2009/05/entitlement-issues.html; LGB
  • Essay For Beth: Dark Dreamers by Beth Gwinn and Stanley Wiater, Cemetery Dance, 2001
  • Essay For Patti: ADT; The Faces Of Fantasy by Patti Perret, Tor, 1996
  • Father Brown (aka The Mystery Of Father Brown): 100 Great Detectives edited by Maxim Jakubowski, Xanadu, 1991; AV
  • First Amendment Credo (Untitled): Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Happy New Year Card 2010
  • Four Poems: Brothers And Beasts edited by Kate Bernheimer, Wayne State University Press, 2007
  • Freedom of Icky Speech: http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2008/12/why-defend-freedom-of-icky-speech.html; LGB
  • Free Speech & The CBLDF: Fiddler's Green: A Sandman Convention Book, 2004
  • Ghosts in the Machines: New York Times October 31 2006; http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/31/opinion/31gaiman.html?pagewanted=all; LGB
  • Good Comics And Why You Should Sell Them: Gods & Tulips, Westhampton House, 1999
  • Hanukkah With Bells On: Independent December 21 2008 (illustrated by C.L. Mallison); http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/christmas08/entertainment/neil-gaiman-hanukkah-with-bells-on-1203307.html
  • In Search Of America (aka How Dare You): American Gods by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Inside Borders August 2001; http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/dareessay
  • Locus Looks At YA Fiction: Locus #570 V.61 #1 (July 2008)
  • A Modest Proposal: Free Speeches, Oni Press, 1998
  • Mythcon 35 Author Guest Of Honor Speech: Mythprint V.41 #10/#271 (October 2004); Passport To Narnia by George Beahm, Hampton Roads, 2005; http://www.mythsoc.org/gaiman.htm
  • The Newberry Medal Acceptance Speech: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, Harper, 2010
  • Notes From A Successful Crossover Author: Writers’ And Artists’ Yearbook 2009, A&C Black, 2008
  • Notes Towards A Vegetable Theology: Prince Of Stories by Hank Wagner, Christopher Golden, and Stephen R. Bissette, St. Martin’s Press, 2008
  • Once Upon a Time (aka Happily ever after): The Guardian October 13 2007; http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2007/oct/13/film.fiction; LGB
  • On Cities: Sim City 2000 (Game available for several systems); http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/simcityessay
  • On Signings: Gods & Tulips, Westhampton House, 1999
  • The Origin Of The Comic You Are Now Holding (What It Is And How It Came To Be): Absolute Sandman Special Edition, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #1, Vertigo/DC, 1996; The Sandman #4, DC, 1989
  • Quorn Versus The Microwave Popcorn!: Concatenation #4, 1990
  • Reflections on Myth (With Digressions Into Gardening, Comics And Fairy Tales): Columbia: A Journal Of Literature And Art #31 (Winter 1999)
  • The Sandman Proposal: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Absolute Sandman Special Edition, Vertigo/DC, 2006 (Excerpt)
  • The Julius Schwartz Lecture: The Julius Schwartz Lecture: The Julius Schwartz Lecture: Live At MIT, MIT Comparative Media Studies, 2008 (DVD)
  • The View from the Cheap Seats (aka A nobody's guide to the Oscars): The Guardian March 25 2010; http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2010/mar/25/neil-gaiman-oscars-coraline; LGB
  • Where Do You Get Your Ideas: http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/ideasessay
  • Where I Write: Anticipation The 67th World Science Fiction Convention Book, 2009
  • Why Books Are Dangerous: Guys Write For Guys Read edited by Jon Scieszka, Viking, 2005
  • Why I Wrote Coraline: Coraline (Diamond Edition) by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2002; Coraline by Neil Gaiman, Harper Perennial, 2006
  • Writing (The PRO/con Speech): Gods & Tulips, Westhampton House, 1999; Magian Line V.3.2 (July 1997)
  • Writing And Werewolfing: Waterstone's Guide To Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror edited by Paul Wake, Steve Andrews, and Ariel, Waterstone's Booksellers Ltd, 1998
  • You Never Forget Your First Time: Batman Cover To Cover, DC, 2005
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