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ADT=Adventures In The Dream Trade; AV=Angels And Visitations; FT=Fragile Things; MM=M Is For Magic; SM=Smoke And Mirrors


Contents

Appreciations

Art

Articles

Audio Recordings

  • All Purpose Folk Song (Child Ballad #1); Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001
  • American Gods; Read by George Guidall: American Gods audio book by Neil Gaiman, HarperAudio, 2001; American Gods audio book by Neil Gaiman, HarperAudio, 2005; American Gods audio book by Neil Gaiman, Recorded Books, 2001; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/americangods/amgods.rm?format=hb(Excerpt)
  • Anansi Boys; Read by Lenny Henry: Anansi Boys audio book by Neil Gaiman, HarperAudio, 2005; Anansi Boys audio book by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Anansi Boys audio book By Neil Gaiman, Sound Library, 2005 http://www.neilgaiman.com/journal/01%20Harper%20Audio%20presents%20Anansi%20Boys.mp3
  • Babycakes; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Banshee; Performed by the Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Being An Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines Assisted By Unwins LTD, Wine Merchants (Uckfield); Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995 (Hidden Track)
  • Bitter Grounds; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Boys And Girls Together; Read by Neil Gaiman: Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • The Butterfly Road; Performed by Folk Underground: Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003
  • The Butterfly Road; Performed by Lorraine A’ Malena: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005
  • Chivalry; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Chivalry; Read by Christina Pickles: Selected Shorts V.XVIII: Lots Of Laughs , The Symphony Space, 2004
  • Cinnamon; Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004
  • Closing Time; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Cold Colours; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Coraline; Read by Neil Gaiman: Coraline audio book by Neil Gaiman, Harpers Children's Audio, 2002
  • Coraline; Read by Dawn French: Coraline audio book by Neil Gaiman, Bloomsbury, 2002
  • Crazy Hair; Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004
  • Dark Sonnet; Performed by Lorraine A’ Malena: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://lorraineamalena.com/music/DarkSonnet.mp3
  • Daughter Of Owls; Read by Neil Gaiman: Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004
  • Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish; Read by Neil Gaiman: The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish (With CD) by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2004; The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish (With CD) by Neil Gaiman, Bloomsbury, 2005; The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004; http://www.mousecircus.com/goldfish/flash/goldfish.html (Excerpt)
  • The Day The Saucers Came; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Diseasemaker’s Croup; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Drawn In Darkness; Read by Neil Gaiman: A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004
  • The Facts In The Case Of The Departure Of Miss Finch; Read by Neil Gaiman: Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004
  • The Facts In The Case Of The Departure Of Miss Finch; Read by Neil Gaiman (Second version): FT
  • The Fairy Reel; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Feeders And Eaters; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Fifteen Painted Cards From A Vampire Tarot; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • The Flints Of Memory Lane; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Folk Underground; Performed by Folk Underground: Folk Underground - Advance Demo Of Their Demo, 2003; Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003
  • Forbidden Brides Of The Faceless Slaves In The Secret House Of The Night Of Dread Desire; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • A Girl Needs A Knife; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995; Notes From The Underground (During end credits; excerpt), KTCS-TV, 1998
  • Going Wodwo; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Going Wodwo; Performed by Folk Underground: Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003
  • Goliath; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Good Boys Deserve Favors; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Good Omens; Read by Stephen Briggs: Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Isis Audio Books, 2006
  • The Great Debate: Humans Are Unnatural Creatures; Panel discussion by Neil Gaiman, Richard Harland, Robin Hobb, Kim Wilkins, Poppy Z. Brite, Russell Kirkpatrick, and Jack Dunn: Spectrum FM Radio Presents... The Great Debate: Humans Are Unnatural Creatures, Spectrum FM Radio, 2005
  • Harlequin Valentine; Read by Neil Gaiman: Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • Harlequin Valentine; Read by Neil Gaiman (Second version): FT
  • The Herring Song; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • The Hidden Chamber; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • How Do You Think It Feels?; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • How To Talk To Girls At Parties; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • If I Apologized; Performed by Josefine Cronholm and Ashley Slater: MirrorMask (Film); MirrorMask (CD), La-La-Land Records, 2005
  • Instructions; Read by Neil Gaiman: Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004; http://www.neilgaiman.net/speaking-in-tongues.php
  • Instructions; Read by Neil Gaiman (Second version): FT
  • Interworld; Read by Christopher Evan Welch; Interworld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves, Harper Children’s Audio, 2007
  • In The End; Read by Neil Gaiman: Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • In The End; Read by Neil Gaiman (Second version): FT
  • Inventing Aladdin; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • It’s Just Me And Eve; Performed by Lorraine A’ Malena: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://lorraineamalena.com/music/JustMeandEve.mp3
  • Keepsakes And Treasures: A Love Story; Read by Neil Gaiman: Online (now taken down)
  • Keepsakes And Treasures: A Love Story; Read by Neil Gaiman (Second version): FT
  • The Last Temptation by Alice Cooper; Concept co-development and additional lyrics by Neil Gaiman: Alice Cooper - The Last Temptation, Epic Records, 1994
  • Locks; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Mapmaker; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • A Meaningful Dialogue; Performed By The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001
  • MirrorMask; Read by Stephanie Leonidas: MirrorMask audio book by Neil Gaiman, HarperChildren's Audio, 2005
  • The Monarch Of The Glen; Read by Michael Emerson: Legends II Volume Three audio book edited by Robert Silverberg, Random House, 2004
  • The Monarch Of The Glen; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Murder Mysteries; Radio Play written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Brian Smith: Two Plays For Voices, HarperAudio, 2002; http://www.scifi.com/set/playhouse/murder/
  • My Life; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Neverwhere (Abridged); Read by Gary Bakewell: Neverwhere audio book by Neil Gaiman, BBC, 1996; Neverwhere audio book by Neil Gaiman, HighBridge Company, 1997
  • Nicholas Was; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995; http://www.neilgaiman.net/warning-contains-language.php
  • October In The Chair; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • On The Wall; Performed by One Ring Zero: One Ring Zero - As Smart As We Are, Soft Skull Press, 2004
  • Other People; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Pages From A Journal Found In A Shoebox Left In A Greyhound Bus Somewhere Between Tulsa, Oklahoma, And Louisville, Kentucky; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Personal Thing; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001
  • Personal Thing; Performed by Lorraine A’ Malena: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005
  • Postmortem On Our Love; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • Postmortem On Our Love; Performed by Lorraine A’ Malena: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005
  • The Price; Read by Neil Gaiman: Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004
  • Princess Mononoke Theme Song (English translation); Performed by Sasha Lazard: Princess Mononoke (Film); Princess Mononoke (CD), Milan/BMG, 1999
  • The Problem Of Susan; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Riding The Flame/Little Beggarman; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • The Sea Change; Read by Neil Gaiman: Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004
  • Shoggoth's Old Peculiar; Read by Neil Gaiman: http://www.neilgaiman.com/audio/audio/cbldf_american_gods.mp3
  • Signal To Noise; Radio Play written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Anne Edyvean: Signal To Noise (CD), Feral Records, 2000
  • Snow Glass Apples; Radio Play written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Brian Smith: Two Plays For Voices, HarperAudio, 2002; http://www.scifi.com/set/playhouse/snowglassapples/
  • The Song Of The Audience; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Sonnet In The Dark; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • Stardust (Excerpt); Read by Neil Gaiman: Online (now taken down)
  • Strange Little Girls; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • A Study Of Emerald; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Sunbird; Read by Neil Gaiman: FT
  • Tatara Women's Song (English Translation); Performed by the cast: Princess Mononoke (Film)
  • Tea And Corpses; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • Tea And Corpses; Performed by Folk Underground: Folk Underground - Get Y'er Hand Off 'Me Booty, Happyfun Records, 2004
  • The Tragical Comedy Or Comical Tragedy Of Mr. Punch; Radio Play written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Lu Kemp: Not currently available
  • Troll Bridge; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • The Wedding Present; Read by Neil Gaiman: Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • The White Road; Read by Neil Gaiman: Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • The Wolves In The Walls; Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004
  • A Writer's Prayer; Read by Neil Gaiman: Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003; http://www.neilgaiman.net/telling-tales.php
  • Yeti; Performed by The Flash Girls: The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995

Books

  • Adventures In The Dream Trade by Neil Gaiman
    • US Hardcover, Slipcased Hardcover: NESFA, 2002
    • US Paperback: NESFA, 2002
  • American Gods by Neil Gaiman
    • US Hardcover: William Morrow, 2001
    • US Paperback: HarperTorch, 2002
    • US Trade: Perennial, 2003
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Headline, 2001
    • UK Paperback: Headline, 2002
    • UK Trade (Expanded text; Additional material: introduction by Neil Gaiman; interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group discussion questions; essay How Dare You?): Review, 2005
    • Author's Preferred Edition - Numbered (Expanded text): Hill House, 2003
    • Author’s Preferred Edition - Lettered (Expanded text; Additional book Only The Gods Are Real: A Guide To The Gods In Neil Gaiman’s American Gods by Renata Sancken bound with An Astonishingly Incomplete Bibliography by Neil Gaiman included): Hill House, 2005
    • Author's Preferred Edition: The Reader’s Copy (Expanded text; Additional material: appendix with deleted scene): Hill House, 2003
    • Audio Book, Read by George Guidall: HarperAudio, 2001; HarperAudio, 2005 (Additional Neil Gaiman interview); Recorded Books, 2001 (Additional Neil Gaiman interview)
    • Excerpts: Nebula Awards Showcase 2004 edited by Vonda N. McIntyre, Roc, 2004; Necon XX, Necon Committee, 2000; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/americangods/excerpt?format=hb; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/americangods/amgods.rm?format=hb
  • Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman
    • US Hardcover: William Morrow, 2005
    • US Large Print: Thorndike Press, 2006
    • US Paperback: Harper Torch, 2006
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback (Additional material: deleted scene ‘The Adventures Of Spider’; images of manuscript pages; interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group questions): Review, 2005
    • UK Ottakar’s Slipcased Hardcover (Additional material: deleted scene ‘The Adventures Of Spider’; images of manuscript pages; interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group questions): Review, 2005
    • UK Paperback Format A & B (Additional material: interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group questions): Review, 2006
    • Author's Preferred Edition (Expanded text; Additional book included containing introduction by Neil Gaiman; deleted scene; images of manuscript pages; excerpt from Anansi Boys screenplay): Hill House, expected 2006
    • Audio Book, Read by Lenny Henry: HarperAudio, 2005; Review, 2005; Sound Library, 2005
    • Excerpts: Anansi Boys Chapbook, William Morrow, 2005; The Eos Reader edited by Diana Gill, Eos, 2005; Mythcon 35 Program Book, 2004; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/anansiboys/excerpt?format=hb; http://www.neilgaiman.com/journal/01%20Harper%20Audio%20presents%20Anansi%20Boys.mp3
  • Angels And Visitations by Neil Gaiman, Illustrations by Michael Zulli, Charles Vess, Steve Bissette, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jill Karla Schwarz, and P. Craig Russell
    • US Hardcover, Slipcased Hardcover: DreamHaven, 1993
  • Coraline by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean
    • US Hardcover: HarperCollins, 2002
    • US Hardcover Diamond Edition (Additional material: color plate by Dave McKean; introduction by Neil Gaiman; Why I Wrote Coraline; unused art by Dave McKean; interview with Neil Gaiman; images of manuscript pages; A Note On Working With Dave McKean by Neil Gaiman): HarperCollins, 2002
    • US Paperback: HarperTrophy, 2003
    • US Large Print: Thorndike Press, 2003
    • US Adult Paperback: HarperTrophy, 2004
    • US Paperback PS Edition (Additional Material: Why I Wrote Coraline by Neil Gaiman, interview with Neil Gaiman): Harper Perennial, 2006
    • UK Hardcover (No illustrations): Bloomsbury, 2002
    • UK Windmills Hardcover (No illustrations): Heinemann/New Windmills, 2003
    • UK Paperback: Bloomsbury, 2003
    • Audio Book, Read By Neil Gaiman: HarperChildren's Audio, 2002
    • Audio Book, Read by Dawn French: Bloomsbury, 2002
    • Excerpts: Nebula Awards Showcase 2005 edited by Jack Dann, Roc, 2005; http://www.mousecircus.com/coraline/flash/coraline.html
  • Crazy Hair by Neil Gaiman
    • Audio Book, Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004
  • The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean
    • US Hardcover: Borealis/White Wolf, 1997
    • US Paperback: Borealis/White Wolf, 1998
    • US Hardcover (Additional material: CD of book reading by Neil Gaiman; afterword by Neil Gaiman): HarperCollins, 2004
    • US Paperback (Additional material: afterword by Neil Gaiman): Harper Trophey, 2006
    • UK Hardcover (Additional material: afterword by Neil Gaiman): Bloomsbury, 2004
    • UK Paperback (Additional material: CD of book reading by Neil Gaiman; afterword by Neil Gaiman): Bloomsbury, 2005
    • Audio Book, Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004
    • Excerpt: http://www.mousecircus.com/goldfish/flash/goldfish.html
  • Day Of The Dead (Babylon 5 script) by Neil Gaiman
    • US Paperback: DreamHaven, 1998
  • Don't Panic by Neil Gaiman, updated by David K. Dickson in 1993 and M.J. Simpson in 2002
    • US Paperback: Pocket Books, 1988
    • US Hardcover (Second revision, foreword by Neil Gaiman): Titan, 2003
    • UK Paperback: Titan, 1988
    • UK Paperback (First revision): Titan, 1993
    • UK Paperback (Second Revision): Titan, 2002
  • Duran Duran: The First Four Years Of The Fab Five by Neil Gaiman
  • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Proteus, 1984
  • Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    • Note: US edition has four additional stories: The Facts In The Case Of The Departure Of Miss Finch; Fifteen Painted Cards From A Vampire Tarot; How Do You Think It Feels; In The End
    • US Hardcover: William Morrow, 2006
    • US Large Print: Harper Large Print, 2006
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Review, 2006
    • UK Paperback Format A: Review, 2007
    • UK Paperback Format B: Review, 2007
    • Audio Book, Read by Neil Gaiman: Harper Audio, 2006; Sound Library, 2006
  • Ghastly Beyond Belief by Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman
    • UK Paperback: Arrow, 1985
  • Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
    • US Hardcover: Workman, 1990
    • US Trade: Berkley, 1992
    • US Paperback: Ace, 1996
    • US Trade: Ace, 2001
    • US Hardcover (Additional material: introduction by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett; Afterword by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett; Neil Gaiman On Terry Pratchett; Terry Pratchett On Neil Gaiman): William Morrow, 2006
    • US Paperback (Additional material: introduction by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett; Afterword by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett; Neil Gaiman On Terry Pratchett; Terry Pratchett On Neil Gaiman): Harper Torch, 2006
    • UK Hardcover: Victor Gollancz, 1990
    • UK Paperback: Corgi, 1991
    • UK Sci-Fi Bookclub Hardcover (Additional material: introduction by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett): BCA, 2003
    • Audio Book, Read by Stephen Briggs: Isis Audio Books, 2006
    • Excerpts: The Eos Reader edited by Diana Gill, Eos, 2005
  • The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
    • Excerpts: Dark Alchemy edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, Bloomsbury, 2007; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); Wizards edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, Berkley, 2007
  • Interworld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves
    • US Hardcover: Eos, 2007
  • Melinda by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dagmara Matuszak
    • US Hardcover: Hill House Publishing, 2004
  • The Midnight Rose Books; UK Paperbacks
    • Euro Temps devised by Alex Stewart and Neil Gaiman, edited by Alex Stewart, Roc, 1992
    • Temps devised by Neil Gaiman and Alex Stewart, Roc, 1991
    • Villains created by Mary Gentle and Neil Gaiman, edited by Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney, Roc, 1992
    • Weerde Book 1 devised by Neil Gaiman, Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney, Roc, 1992
    • Weerde Book 2 devised by Neil Gaiman, Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney, edited by Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney, Roc, 1993
  • MirrorMask (Children’s Edition) by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean
    • US Hardcover: HarperCollins, 2005
    • UK Hardcover: Bloomsbury, 2005
    • Audio Book, Read by Stephanie Leonidas: HarperChildren's Audio, 2005
  • MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean
    • US Hardcover: William Morrow, 2005
    • UK Hardcover: Review, 2005
    • Subterranean: Subterranean Press, 2007
  • M Is For Magic by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen
    • US Hardcover: Harper Collins, 2007
  • Murder Mysteries (Radio play script) by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by George Walker
    • US Slipcased Hardcover: Biting Dog Press, 2001
  • Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
    • US Hardcover: Avon, 1997
    • US Paperback: Avon, 1998
    • US Trade: HarperPerennial, 2003
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: BBC Books, 1996
    • UK Paperback: Headline, 2000
    • UK Trade (Expanded text; Additional material: introduction by Neil Gaiman; deleted scene ‘An Altogether Different Prologue, Four Hundred Years Earlier’; interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group discussion questions): Review, 2005
    • Author's Preferred Edition (Expanded text; Additional book available including scripts for the BBC mini-series): Hill House, Forthcoming
    • Audio Book (Abridged), Read by Gary Bakewell: BBC, 1996 (CD and Tape extra: Lenny Henry Memoir; CD extra: Neil Gaiman interview); HighBridge Company, 1997
    • Excerpts: Neverwhere Chapbook, BBC Books, 1996; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/neverwhere/excerpt?format=hb
  • Neverwhere Stardust Smoke & Mirrors Omnibus Edition by Neil Gaiman
    • Sci-Fi Bookclub Hardcover: BCA, 2003
  • Now We Are Sick edited by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, illustrated by Andrew Smith and Clive Barker
    • Now We Are Sick: A Sampler (Chapbook fishing for contributions): Self-published, 1986
    • US Hardcover: DreamHaven, 1991
    • US Paperback: DreamHaven, 1994
    • US Paperback: DreamHaven, 2005
  • The Quotable Sandman by Neil Gaiman
    • US: Vertigo/DC, 2000
    • UK: Titan, 2001
  • The Sandman Book Of Dreams edited by Neil Gaiman and Ed Kramer
    • US Hardcover: HarperPrism, 1996
    • US Trade: HarperPrism, 1997
    • US Paperback: HarperTorch, 2002
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Voyager, 1996
  • The Sandman: The Dream Hunters by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano
    • US Hardcover: Vertigo/DC, 1999
    • US Paperback: Vertigo/DC, 2000
    • UK Hardcover: Titan, 1999
    • UK Paperback: Titan, 2000
  • A Screenplay by Neil Gaiman
    • US Hardcover: Hill House Publishing, 2004
  • Smoke And Mirrors by Neil Gaiman
    • Note: UK edition has five additional stories: Eaten (Scenes From A Moving Picture); The Facts In The Case Of The Departure Of Miss Finch; Fifteen Painted Cards From A Vampire Tarot; How Do You Think It Feels; In The End
    • US Hardcover: Avon, 1998
    • US Trade: Avon, 2001
    • US Paperback: Avon, 2005
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Headline, 1999
    • UK Paperback: Headline, 2000
    • UK Trade (Additional material: interview with Neil Gaiman): Review, 2005
  • Snow Glass Apples (Radio play script) by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by George Walker
    • US Slipcased Hardcover: Biting Dog Press, 2002
  • Stardust by Neil Gaiman
    • Note: Also see comics listing
    • US Hardcover: Spike/Avon, 1999
    • US Paperback: Spike/Avon, 2000
    • US Paperback: HarperPerennial, 2001
    • US Large Print: Thorndike Press, 2001
    • US Trade: Avon, 2003
    • US Trade (Additional material: Author’s Preface to Wall: A Prologue; ‘Wall: A Prologue’): Harper Perennial, 2006
    • US Paperback (Additional material: Color photos from Stardust movie): Harper Entertainment, 2007
    • UK Hardcover and Paperback: Headline, 1999
    • UK Paperback: Headline, 2000
    • UK Trade (Additional material: ‘Wall: A Prologue’; interview with Neil Gaiman; reading-group discussion questions): Review, 2005
    • Audio Book (Additional material: interview with Neil Gaiman), read by Neil Gaiman: Harper Audio, 2006
    • Excerpts: Tori Amos From The Choirgirl Hotel Tour Book: Plugged, 1998; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/stardust/excerpt?format=pb
  • A Walking Tour Of The Shambles by Neil Gaiman and Gene Wolfe, illustrated by Randy Broecker and Earl Geier
    • US Paperback: American Fantasy Press, 2002
  • The Wolves In The Walls by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean
    • US Hardcover: HarperCollins, 2003
    • US Paperback: HarperTrophy, 2005
    • UK Hardcover: Bloomsbury, 2003
    • UK Paperback: Bloomsbury, 2004
    • Audio Book, Read by Neil Gaiman: The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004

Books About Gaiman And His Work

  • The Alchemy Of MirrorMask by Dave McKean, Collins Design, 2005
  • The Neil Gaiman Reader edited by Darrell Schweitzer, Wildside Press, 2007
  • Hanging Out With The Dream King by Joseph McCabe, Fantagraphics, 2004
  • Neil Gaiman's The Sandman And Joseph Campbell: In Search Of The Modern Myth by Stephen Rauch, Wildside Press, 2003
  • Kimota The Miracleman Companion by George Khoury, TwoMorrows Publishing, 2001
  • The Library Of Graphic Novelists: Neil Gaiman by Steven P. Olson, Rosen, 2005
  • Masters Of The Comic Book Universe Revealed! By Arie Kaplan, Chicago Review Press, 2006
  • The Sandman Companion by Hy Bender, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003
  • The Sandman Papers edited by Joe Sanders, Fantagraphics, 2006
  • Stardust: The Visual Companion by Stephen Jones, Titan Books, 2007

Comics

w=Writer, s=Story, a=Artist; p=Penciller; i=Inker; l=Letterer; c=Colorer; sep=Separations

  • Angela; a=Todd McFarlane, l=Tom Orzechowski, c=Steve Oliff, Reuben Rude, and Olyoptics
Spawn #9, Image, 1993; Spawn V.2, Image, 1996
  • Angela (Angela's Hunt); p=Greg Capullo, i=Mark Pennington and Greg Capullo, l=Tom Orzechowski, c=Todd Broeker And Fierce Colorgraphics, Steve Oliff And Olyoptics
Angela #1-3, Image, 1994-1995; Angela Collection, Image, 1995; Spawn: Angela's Hunt Collection, Image, 1999
  • Babycakes; a=Michael Zulli, l=Steve Bissette
A1 Bojeffries Terror Tome #1, Atomeka, 2005; Born To Be Wild, Eclipse, 1991; Taboo #4, SpiderBaby Grafix, 1990
  • Being An Account Of The Life And Death Of The Emperor Heliogabolus; a=Neil Gaiman
24 Hour Comics edited by Scott McCloud, About Comics, 2004; Being An Account Of The Life And Death Of The Emperor Heliogabolus, 1992; Cerebus #147, Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1991; http://www.holycow.com/dreaming/helio/index.html
  • A Black And White World; a=Simon Bisley, l=John Costanza
Batman Black And White #2, DC, 1996; Batman Black And White Collection, DC, 1999
  • Black Orchid; a=Dave McKean, l=Todd Klein
Black Orchid #1-3, DC, 1988-1989; Black Orchid Collection, DC, 1991; Shockwave #1-4, DC (UK), 1991 (Parts one to two)
  • Blood Monster; a=Nancy O'Connor, l=M. Kelleher
Taboo #6, SpiderBaby Grafix, 1992
  • The Book Of Judges; a=Mike Matthews
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • The Books Of Magic; a=John Bolton, Scott Hampton, Charles Vess, and Paul Johnson, l=Todd Klein
The Books Of Magic #1-4, DC, 1990-1991; The Books Of Magic Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1993
  • The Books Of Magick: Life During Wartime; w=Si Spencer, s=Neil Gaiman and Si Spencer, a=Dean Ormston, Duncan Fegredo, Steve Yeowell, and Sean Philips, c=Fiona Stephenson, l=Todd Klein
The Books Of Magick: Life During Wartime #1-15, Vertigo/DC, 2004-2005; The Books Of Magick: Life During Wartime Collection V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2005; Swamp Thing #5, Vertigo/DC, 2004 (Excerpt); Vertigo First Taste, Vertigo/DC, 2005 (Part one)
  • Brothers; p=Richard Piers Rayner and Mike Hoffman, i=Kim De Mulder, c=Tatjana Wood, l=Tim Harkins
Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999; Swamp Thing Annual #5, DC, 1989
  • Celebrity Rare Bit Fiends; a=Rick Veitch
Rare Bit Fiends #2-3, King Hell, 1994
  • The Children's Crusade; w=Neil Gaiman, Alisa Kwitney, and Jaime Delano, a=Chris Bachalo and Peter Snejbjerg, i=Mike Barreiro, c=Daniel Vozzo, l=John Costanza
The Children's Crusade #1-2, Vertigo/DC, 1993-1994
  • Comix Ecsperiense; a=Neil Gaiman
Comix Experience 5th Anniversary Ashcan, Comix Experience, 1994
  • Conversation Piece; a=David Wyatt, l=Tom Frame
2000AD #489, IPC, 1986; 2000AD Yearbook 1994, Fleetway, 1993; *Time Twisters #17, Quality Comics, 1988
  • The Court; a=Warren Pleece

Note: See also short story listing (as Keepsakes And Treasures: A Love Story)

It's Dark In London, Serpent's Tail, 1996
  • Cover Story; a=Kelly Jones
A1 #5, Atomeka Press, 1991
  • The Dark; s=Todd McFarlane, a=Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo, l=Tom Orzechowski, c=Steve Oliff and Olyoptics, partial script by Neil Gaiman (Uncredited)
Spawn #26, Image, 1994; Spawn V.6, Image, 1998; Spawn Collection V.2, Image, 2006
The Book Of Deady, Sirius, 2004 (released 2006); Deady Volume 3, Sirius, 2004 (released 2005)
  • Dear Rick (Untitled); a=Neil Gaiman
Negative Burn #25, Caliber, 1995
  • Death: The High Cost Of Living; p=Chris Bachalo, i=Mark Buckingham, l=Todd Klein, c=Steve Oliff and Olyoptics
Death: The High Cost Of Living #1-3, Vertigo/DC, 1993 (alternate cover of #1 and corrected edition of #3 exist); Death: The High Cost Of Living Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1994; Vertigo First Taste, Vertigo/DC, 2005 (Part one); Vertigo Preview #1, Vertigo/DC, 1992 (Excerpt); Vertigo Sampler, Vertigo/DC, 1992 (Excerpt)
  • Death Talks About Life; a=Dave McKean, l=Todd Klein
Death: The High Cost Of Living Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1994; Death Talks About Life, Vertigo/DC, 1994; Hellblazer #62, Vertigo/DC, 1993; The Sandman #46, Vertigo/DC, 1993; Shade The Changing Man #32, DC, 1993
  • Death: The Time Of Your Life; p=Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham, i=Mark Buckingham and Mark Pennington, c=Matt Hollingsworth, l=Todd Klein
Death: The Time Of Your Life #1-3, Vertigo/DC, 1996; Death: The Time Of Your Life Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1997 (Expanded by 4 pages)
  • Death: A Winter's Tale; a=Jeff Jones
Vertigo: Winter's Edge #2, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • Eternals; p=John Romita Jr., i=Danny Miki, Tim Townsend, Tom Palmer, Delperdand, and Janson, c= Matt Hollingsworth, Dean White, and Paul Mounts, l=Todd Klein
Eternals #1-7 (Alternate covers exist), Marvel, 2006-2007
  • The False Knight On The Road; a=Charles Vess
Ballads, Green Man Press, 1997; The Book Of Ballads, Tor, 2004; The Book Of Ballads And Sagas #1, Green Man Press, 1995; Book Of Ballads And Sagas Special San Diego Comicon Preview, Green Man Press, 1995 (Excerpt); Sing Out V.40 #4 (February-April 1996)
  • Feeders And Eaters; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Annie Parkhouse (Revolver), l=Vickie Williams (all other editions)
Asylum #2, Millennium Publications, 1993; The Best Of Asylum V.1, Millennium Publications, 1994; Revolver: The Horror Special #1, Fleetway, 1990
  • Feifferesque (Untitled); a=Neil Gaiman
Negative Burn #25, Caliber, 1995
  • The Flowers Of Romance; a=John Bolton, l=Todd Klein
Vertigo: Winter's Edge #1, Vertigo/DC, 1998
  • Fragments; p=SMS, l=Jack McArdle, Everything Else by Fox
Redfox #20, Valkyrie Press, 1989
  • From Homogenous To Honey; p=Bryan Talbot, i=Mark Buckingham, l=Steve Craddock
AARGH , Mad Love, 1988; The Future Is Queer edited by Richard Labonte and Lawrence Schimel, Arsenal Pulp Press, 2006
BLAAM #1, Willyprods, 1988
  • Harlan & Me...; a=Neil Gaiman
Guest Of Honor Harlan Ellison, Chicago Comicon, 1994
  • Hold Me; a=Dave McKean, l=Todd Klein, c=Dave McKean and Danny Vozzo
Constantine: The Hellblazer Collection, Vertigo/DC, 2005; Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999; Hellblazer #27, DC, 1990
Ex-Directory: The Secret Files Of Bryan Talbot, Knockabout Comics, 1997; Magian Line V.2 #1 (July 1994); Sou'Wester: Eastercon 1994 Programme Book; Unknown Quantities, Funny Valentine Press, 1999; Vogath V.2 #1 (V.1 #20), Vogarth Comix, 1994; Wiindows #21, Cult Press, 1994, http://www.bryan-talbot.com/gallery4/honest1.html
  • How They Met Themselves; a=Michael Zulli, l=Todd Klein, c=Daniel Vozzo, sep=Jamison
Vertigo: Winter's Edge #3, Vertigo/DC, 2000
  • I'm A Believer; a=M. Belardinelli, l=Tom Frame
2000AD #536, Fleetway, 1987; Time Twisters #18, Quality Comics, 1988
  • The Innkeeper's Soul; a=Larry Welz
Cherry Deluxe #1, Cherry Comics, 1998
  • It Was A Dark And Silly Night; a=Gahan Wilson
Big Fat Little Lit, Puffin Books, 2006; Little Lit V.3: It Was A Dark And Silly Night... , Raw Junior Book/HarperCollins, 2003
  • Jack In The Green; a=Steve Bissette and John Totelben, c=Tatjana Wood, sep=Digital Chameleon, l=John Costanza
Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • Jael And Sisera; a=Julie Hollings
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • Jephthah And His Daughter; a=Peter Rigg
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • Journey To Bethlehem; a=Steve Gibson
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • The Last Sandman Story; a=Dave McKean
Dustcovers: The Collected Sandman Covers 1989-1997, Vertigo/DC, 1997
  • The Last Temptation; a=Michael Zulli, l=Todd Klein, c=John Kalisz and Bernie Mireault
The Compleat Alice Cooper, Marvel Music, 1995; Alice Cooper: The Last Temptation #1-3, Marvel Music, 1994 (alternate cover of #1 exists); The Last Temptation, Dark Horse, 2000
  • Legend Of The Green Flame; a=Eddie Campbell, Mark Buckingham, John Totelben, Matt Wagner, Jim Aparo, Kevin Nowlan, and Jason Little, p=Eric Shanower and Mike Allred, i=Arthur Adams and Terry Austin, l=Todd Klein, c=Matt Hollingsworth and Kevin Nowlan
Green Lantern*Superman: Legend Of The Green Flame, DC, 2000
  • The Light Brigade; w=Neil Gaiman and Nigel Kitching, a=Nigel Kitching
Note: Serial continued in future issues of Trident without Gaiman
Trident #1, Trident, 1989; Trident Sampler #1, Trident, 1989 (Excerpt)
  • Luther's Villanelle; a=Ali Clark
The Adventures Of Luther Arkwright: The Crystal Palace Exhibition Of 1991, Propaganda Comics, 1991
  • Marvel 1602; a=Andy Kubert, l=Todd Klein, Digital painting by Richard Isanove
Marvel 1602 #1-8, Marvel, 2003-2004; Marvel 1602 Collection, Marvel, 2004
  • Melinda; a=Dagmara Matuszak
Melinda, Hill House Publishing, 2004
  • Miracleman: The Library Of Olympus; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Wayne Truman, c=Digital Chameleon
Miracleman: Apocrypha #1-3, Eclipse, 1991-1992; Miracleman: Apocrypha Collection, Eclipse, 1992
  • Miracleman: The Golden Age; a=Mark Buckingham and Gail Pople, l=Wayne Truman, Painted by Sam Parsons and D'Israeli
Miracleman #17-22, Eclipse, 1990-1991; Miracleman Book IV: The Golden Age, Eclipse, 1992
  • Miracleman: Retrieval; a=Mark Buckingham
Note: Prologue to Miracleman: The Silver Age
Miracleman #17-22, Eclipse, 1990-1991
  • Miracleman: Screaming; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Elitta Fell, c=Sam Parsons
Miracleman #21, Eclipse, 1991; Miracleman Book IV: The Golden Age, Eclipse, 1992; Total Eclipse #4, Eclipse, 1989
  • Miracleman: The Silver Age; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Wayne Truman, Painted by D'Israeli
Kimota The Miracleman Companion by George Khoury, TwoMorrows Publishing, 2001 (Unfinished pages from Miracleman #25); Miracleman #23-24, Eclipse, 1992-1993
  • Mister X: Heartsprings & Watchstops; a=Dave McKean
A1 #1, Atomeka Press, 1989; The Edge (Two covers exist), Vanguard, 2003; Mister X: The Definitive Collection Volume Two, ibooks, 2005
  • My Dream; a=Neil Gaiman
Chicago Comicon 1993 Souvenir Book; Rare Bit Fiends #2, King Hell, 1994
  • On The Stairs; a=Teddy Kristiansen, l=Rob Leigh
Solo #8, DC, 2006
  • Original Sins; p=Mike Hoffman, i=Kevin Nowlan, c=Tom McCraw, l=Todd Klein
Batman Featuring Two-Face And The Riddler, DC, 1995; Secret Origins Special #1, DC, 1989
  • ‘Orrible Murders!; plot=Neil Gaiman; w=Nick Vince, Hilary Robinson, Dave Stone, and Dave Jackson; a=Mark Buckingham, Sean Philips, Duncan Fegreado, Paul Johnson, Steve Martin, Richard Weston, Lee Brimmicombe-Wood, Steve Whitaker, Rich Holden, Pete Mastin, Dave King, Ian Ellery, Brad! Brooks, Roger Langridge, Dylan Horrocks, Andy Roberts, David Lloyd, Matt Brooker, Al Davison and Andrew Robottom
‘Orrible Murders!, Comics Creators Guild, 1992
  • Pavane; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Agustin Mas, c=Nansi Hodlahan
Batman Monthly #25, DC (UK), 1990; Secret Origins #36, DC, 1989
  • The Prophet Who Came To Dinner; a=Dave McKean
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • Romita - Space Knight!; a=Hilary Barta, c=Michelle Madsen, l=Todd Klein
John Romita Jr 30th Anniversary Special, Marvel, 2006 (released 2007)
  • The Sandman Book I: Preludes And Nocturnes; p=Sam Keith and Mike Dringenberg, i=Mike Dringenberg and Malcolm Jones III, c=Robbie Busch, c=Daniel Vozzo (Absolute editions), l=Todd Klein
Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Absolute Sandman Special Edition, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #1-8, Vertigo/DC, 1996-1997; The Sandman #1-8 (Limited edition of #8 with Karen Berger editorial exists), DC, 1989; The Sandman #1 Millennium Edition, Vertigo/DC, 2000; The Sandman Book I: Preludes And Nocturnes, DC, 1991; The Sandman Book II: The Doll's House (Early editions reprinted Sandman #8); DC, 1990; http://www.dccomics.com/media/excerpts/1696_x_1.pdf
  • The Sandman Book II: The Doll's House; p=Mike Dringenberg, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli and Sam Kieth, i=Malcolm Jones III and Steve Parkhouse, c=Robbie Busch, c=Daniel Vozzo (Absolute editions), l=Todd Klein and John Costanza
Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #9-16, Vertigo/DC, 1997; The Sandman #9-16, DC, 1989-1990; The Sandman Book II: The Doll's House; DC, 1990
  • The Sandman Book III: Dream Country; p=Kelly Jones and Colleen Doran, i=Malcolm Jones III, a=Charles Vess, c=Robbie Busch and Steve Oliff, c=Daniel Vozzo (Absolute editions), l=Todd Klein
Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #17-20, Vertigo/DC, 1997-1998; The New Smithsonian Book Of Comic-Book Stories edited by Bob Callahan, Smithsonian Books, 2004 (A Midsummer Night's Dream reprinted in black and white); The Sandman #17-20 (Misprints of 18 and 19 exist), DC, 1990; The Sandman Book III: Dream Country, DC, 1991
  • The Sandman Book IV: Season Of Mists; p=Mike Dringenberg, Kelly Jones and Matt Wagner, i=Malcolm Jones III, P. Craig Russell, George Pratt and Dick Giordano, c=Steve Oliff and Daniel Vozzo, l=Todd Klein
Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #21-28, Vertigo/DC, 1998; The Sandman #21-28, DC, 1990-1991; The Sandman Book IV: Season Of Mists, DC, 1992
  • The Sandman Book V: A Game Of You; p=Shawn McManus, Colleen Doran and Bryan Talbot, i=Shawn McManus, George Pratt, Dick Giordano and Stan Woch, c=Daniel Vozzo, l=Todd Klein
The Sandman #32-37, DC, 1991-1992; The Sandman Book V: A Game Of You, Vertigo/DC, 1993
  • The Sandman Book VI: Fables And Reflections; p=Stan Woch, Duncan Eagleson, Bryan Talbot and Jill Thompson, i=Dick Giordano, Vince Locke, Stan Woch and Mark Buckingham, a=Kent Williams, Shawn McManus, John Watkiss, and P. Craig Russel, c=Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh, Daniel Vozzo and Lovern Kindzierski and Digital Chameleon, l=Todd Klein
Essential Vertigo: The Sandman #29-32, Vertigo/DC, 1998-1999; The Sandman #29-31, 38-40, 50, Special #1 (Alternate cover of #50 exists), Vertigo/DC, 1991-1993; The Sandman Book VI: Fables And Reflections (Expands 'Fear Of Falling’), Vertigo/DC, 1993; Vertigo Preview #1, Vertigo/DC, 1992 (Excerpt)
  • The Sandman Book VII: Brief Lives; p=Jill Thompson, i=Vince Locke and Dick Giordano, c=Daniel Vozzo, l=Todd Klein
The Sandman #41-49, Vertigo/DC, 1992-1993; The Sandman Book VII: Brief Lives, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • The Sandman Book VIII: World's End; p=Bryan Talbot, Michael Zulli, Shea Anton Pensa, and Gary Amano, i=Mark Buckingham, Dick Giordano, Vince Locke, Bryan Talbot, Steve Leialoha and Tony Harris, a=Alec Stevens, John Watkiss, and Michael Allred, c=Daniel Vozzo, sep=Android Images and Digital Chameleon, l=Todd Klein
The Sandman #51-56, Vertigo/DC, 1993; The Sandman Book VIII: Worlds End, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • The Sandman Book IX: The Kindly Ones; p=Marc Hempel, Dean Ormston and Richard Case, i=Marc Hempel, D'Israeli and Richard Case, a=Glyn Dillon, Charles Vess and Teddy Kristiansen, c=Daniel Vozzo, l=Todd Klein
The Sandman #57-69, Vertigo/DC, 1994-1995; The Sandman Book IX: The Kindly Ones, Vertigo/DC, 1996; Vertigo Jam #1, Vertigo/DC, 1993; Vertigo Rave #1, Vertigo/DC, 1994 (Excerpt)
  • The Sandman Book X: The Wake; a=Michael Zulli, Jon J. Muth, Charles Vess, Bryan Talbot, and John Ridgway, c=Daniel Vozzo and Jon J. Muth, l=Todd Klein
The Dreaming #8, Vertigo/DC, 1996 (Expansion pages); The Sandman #70-75, Vertigo/DC, 1995-1996; The Sandman Book X: The Wake (Expanded by three pages), Vertigo/DC, 1997; The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003 (Expansion pages)
  • The Sandman: The Dream Hunters; a=Yoshitaka Amano
The Sandman: The Dream Hunters, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • The Sandman: Endless Nights; a=P. Craig Russel, Milo Manara, Miguelanxo Prado, Barron Storey, Bill Sienkiewicz, Glenn Fabry and Frank Quitely, c=Lovern Kindzierski and Chris Chuckry, l=Todd Klein
The Sandman: Endless Nights, Vertigo/DC, 2003; The Sandman: Endless Nights Special, Vertigo/DC, 2003 (Excerpt); Vertigo X Anniversary Preview, Vertigo/DC, 2003 (Excerpt); The Year's Best Graphic Novels, Comics, & Manga edited by Byron Preiss and Howard Zimmerman, St. Martin's Griffin, 2005 (Excerpt)
  • Sandman Midnight Theatre; w=Neil Gaiman, Plotted by Matt Wagner, s=Matt Wagner and Neil Gaiman, a=Teddy Kristiansen, l=Todd Klein
Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999; Sandman Midnight Theatre, Vertigo/DC, 1995
  • Shaggy God Stories; a=Mike Mignola, c=Tatjana Wood, l=Tim Harkins
Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999; Swamp Thing Annual #5, DC, 1989
  • Signal To Noise; a=Dave McKean
The Face V.2 #9-15 (June-December 1989); Signal To Noise (Expanded), VG Graphics/Victor Gollancz, 1992; Signal To Noise (CD, new chapter in booklet), Feral Records, 2000
  • Sloth; a=Bryan Talbot
Ex-Directory: The Secret Files Of Bryan Talbot, Knockabout Comics, 1997; Seven Deadly Sins, Knockabout, 1989
  • The Spirit: The Return Of Mink Stole; a=Eddie Campbell, c=Steve Oliff, sep=Tracey Anderson, l=Tracey H. Munsey and Chris Sadoian
The Spirit: The New Adventures #2, Kitchen Sink Press, 1998
  • Stardust; a=Charles Vess
Stardust #1-4, Vertigo/DC, 1997-1998; Stardust Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1998
  • Sweat And Tears; s=Neil Gaiman and Faye Perozich, w=Faye Perozich, a=Yanick Paquette and Michael Lacombe, c=Scott Rockwell, l=Faye Perozich
Note: Gaiman was unaware he was given credit when it was published
Blood Childe #4, Millennium, 1995
  • Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street; a=Michael Zulli
Taboo #7, SpiderBaby Grafix, 1992
  • The Totally Stonking, Surprisingly Educational And Utterly Mindboggling Comic Relief Comic; Plot by Richard Curtis, Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison, Edited By Richard Curtis, Neil Gaiman and Peter K. Hogan, w=Dan Abnett, Mike Collins, Richard Curtis, the Dandy and Beano team, Al Davison, Jamie Delano, Garth Ennis, Dick Foreman, John Freeman, Neil Gaiman, Melinda Gebbie, Bambos Georsiou, Dave Gibbons, Igor Goldkind, Lenny Henry, Peter K. Hogan, Alan Martin, Mark Millar, Pete Milligan, Grant Morrison, Paul Neary, John Smith, Si Spencer, and the Viz team, a=Jeff Anderson, Jim Baikie, Simon Bisley, Philip Bond, Robin Bouttell, Dougie Braithwaite, Mark Buckingham, Dondi Cox, the Dandy and Beano Team, Al Davison, Steve Dillon, D'Israeli, Hunt Emerson, Phil Gascoigne, Melinda Gebbie, Dave Gibbons, Martin Griffiths, Jamie Hewlett, Graham Higgins, David Hine, Bernie Jay, Paul Johnson, Nigel Kitching, Barry Kitson, David Lloyd, Mike McKone, Steve Parkhouse, Edmund Perryman, Sean Philips, Warren Pleece, Arthur Ranson, John Ridgway, Will Simpson, Bryan Talbot, the Viz Team, Phil Winslade and Steve Yeowell, l=Ellie de Ville, Eliza, Tom Frame, Bambos Georgiou, Ian Nicholson, Annie Parkhouse and Woodrow Phoenix
The Totally Stonking, Surprisingly Educational And Utterly Mindboggling Comic Relief Comic, Fleetway, 1991
  • The Tragical Comedy Or Comical Tragedy Of Mr. Punch; a=Dave McKean The Tragical Comedy Or Comical Tragedy Of Mr. Punch, Victor Gollancz, 1994; Vertigo Rave #1, Vertigo/DC, 1994 (Excerpt)
  • The Tribe Of Benjamin; a=Mike Matthews
Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, Knockabout, 1987
  • True Things; a=Mark Buckingham, l=Todd Klein
The Extraordinary Works Of Alan Moore by George Khoury, TwoMorrows Publications, 2003
  • Vier Mauern; a=Dave McKean
Breakthrough, Catalan Communications, 1990
  • Villanelle; a=Dave McKean
The Adventures Of Luther Arkwright: ARKeology, Valkyrie Press, 1989; Heart Of Empire #5, Dark Horse, 1999
  • Violent Cases; a=Dave McKean
Violent Cases (In black and white), Escape/Titan, 1987; Violent Cases, Titan, 1991; Violent Cases, Tundra, 1991; Violent Cases (Limited edition; note: interior pages are the Tundra 2nd print edition), Kitchen Sink Press, 1997; Violent Cases, Kitchen Sink Press, 1997; Violent Cases, Dark Horse, 2003
  • Welcome Back To... The House Of Mystery; a=Sergio Aragones, l=Todd Klein, c=Tom Ziuko
Welcome Back To... The House Of Mystery #1, Vertigo/DC, 1998
  • What's In A Name?; a=Steve Yeowell, l=Jack Potter
2000AD #538, Fleetway, 1987
  • The Wheel; a=Chris Bachalo, l=Todd Klein, c=Rob Ro and Alex Bleyart
9-11 Volume 2, DC, 2002
  • Wheel Of Worlds; s:Neil Gaiman and John Ney Reiber, w=C.J. Henderson, James Vance, Rick Veitch, John Ney Reiber, p=Mike Netzer, Ted Slampyak, Bryan Talbot, Shea Anton Pensa, i=Mike Netzer, Art Nichols, Kelly Krantz, l=Richard Starkings, John Workman, c=Alan Craddock, Angus McKie
Neil Gaiman's Wheel Of Worlds #0 (normal and collector’s editions exist), Tekno Comix, 1995
  • When Is A Door; p=Bernie Mireault, i=Matt Wagner, c=Joe Matt, l=ABCD
Batman Featuring Two-Face And The Riddler, DC, 1995; Secret Origins Special #1, DC, 1989
  • Wordsworth; a=Dave McKean
Hellraiser #20, Epic, 1993; Hellraiser: Collected Best, Checker, 2002
  • You're Never Alone With A Phone; a=John Hicklenton, l=Tom Frame
2000AD #488, IPC, 1986; Time Twisters #17, Quality Comics, 1988

Comic Adaptations

ad=Adapter, a=Artist; l=Letterer; c=Colorer

  • The Daughter Of Owls; ad=Michael Zulli, l=Todd Klein
Creatures Of The Night, Dark Horse, 2004
  • Harlequin Valentine; ad=Neil Gaiman, a=John Bolton, l=Richard Starkins and Comicraft's Jason Levin
Harlequin Valentine, Dark Horse, 2001
  • Luther's Villanelle; ad=Tommy Berg, l=Mike A.S. Smith
Wiindows #16, Cult Press, 1994
  • Murder Mysteries; ad=P. Craig Russell, c=Lovern Kindzierski, l=Galen Showman
Murder Mysteries, Dark Horse, 2002
  • Neverwhere; ad=Mike Carey, a=Glenn Fabry, l=Todd Klein, c=Tanya and Richard Horie
Fables #36, Vertigo/DC, 2005 (Excerpt); Neverwhere #1-9, Vertigo/DC, 2005-2006; Neverwhere Collection, Vertigo/DC, 2007
  • The Old Warlock's Reverie: A Pantoum; ad=Guy Davis
Negative Burn #50, Caliber, 1997
  • One Life - Furnished In Early Moorcock; ad=P. Craig Russel, l=Galen Showman, Color design by Lovern Kindzierski, Color rendering by Digital Chameleon
Elric #0: One Life, Topps, 1994; Elric: Stormbringer, Dark Horse/Topps, 1998
  • Only The End Of The World Again; ad=P. Craig Russel, a=Troy Nixey, l=Sean Konot, c=Matthew Hollingsworth
Oni Double Feature #6-8 (In black and white), Oni Press, 1998; Only The End Of The World Again, Oni Press, 2000
  • The Price; ad=Michael Zulli, l=Todd Klein
Creatures Of The Night, Dark Horse, 2004
  • Troll Bridge; ad=Colleen Doran, Modeling by Richard Doran, Assisted by Anita Doran
A Distant Soil #25 (Alternate cover exists), Image, 1998
  • We Can Get Them For You Wholesale; ad=Joe Pruett, a=Ken Meyer Jr.
Negative Burn #11, Caliber, 1994; Best Of Negative Burn Year One, Caliber, 1995

Essays

  • 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)
  • Books Have Sexes (aka All Books Have Genders): http://www.powells.com/features/gaiman.html; http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/essaygenders
  • The Bride Of Frankenstein: Cinema Macabre edited by Mark Morris, PS Publishing, 2006
  • 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
  • Free Speech & The CBLDF: Fiddler's Green: A Sandman Convention Book, 2004
  • Good Comics And Why You Should Sell Them: Gods & Tulips, Westhampton House, 1999
  • 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
  • A Modest Proposal: Free Speeches, Oni Press, 1998
  • Mythcon 35 Author Guest Of Honor Speech: Mythprint V.41 #10/#271 (October 2004); http://www.mythsoc.org/gaiman.htm
  • 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)
  • Where Do You Get Your Ideas: http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/essays/essaysbyneil/ideasessay
  • 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

Films - Major Involvement

  • Babylon 5: Day Of The Dead; Directed by Doug Leler, Written by Neil Gaiman; Broadcast March 11 1998
Babylon 5 The Collector's Edition: Day Of The Dead/In The Kingdom Of The Blind, Columbia House Re*TV, 2002 (VHS); Babylon 5 The Complete Fifth Season: The Wheel Of Fire, Warner Brothers, 2004 (DVD); Babylon 5 A Tragedy Of Telepaths/Day Of The Dead, Warner Brothers, 1999 (Laserdisc); Babylon 5 V.5.6: A Tragedy Of Telepaths/Day Of The Dead, Warner Brothers, 1999 (VHS)
  • Live At The Aladdin; Neil Gaiman live reading; Recorded October 2000
Set list: Chivalry; Introduction to The Arbitrary Placement Of Walls; Being An Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines Assisted By Unwins LTD, Wine Merchants (Uckfield); Q&A with the audience; The Price; Locks; Babycakes
Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001 (VHS); A Short Film About John Bolton, Docu Rama, 2004 (DVD)
  • MirrorMask; Directed by Dave McKean, Written by Neil Gaiman, Story by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean; Release date January 25 2005 (Sundance debut), September 30 (National)
MirrorMask, Sony, 2006 (DVD), extras: audio commentary by Dave McKean and Neil Gaiman, interview with Neil Gaiman, interview with Dave McKean, Beginnings - The Genesis Of MirrorMask, Cast & Crew interviews, Day 16 - Time Lapse Video Of One Entire Day Of Production, Flight Of The Monkeybirds - Making The Monkeybird Sequence, Giants Development - Design And Creation Of The Giant Sequence, Questions & Answers - Q&A sessions from the San Diego Comic-Con, Poster and cover art gallery); MirrorMask, Sony, 2006 (UMD); Jim Henson Fantasy Film Collection, Sony, 2006 (DVD set), includes regular Song DVD edition
  • Neverwhere; Directed by Dewi Humphreys, Written by Neil Gaiman; Broadcast September 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17 1996
Neverwhere, BBC, 1996 (PAL), extras: Gaiman interview; Neverwhere, A&E, 2003 (Region Free DVD), extras: Gaiman interview, audio commentary by Neil Gaiman, Gaiman biography, Character descriptions, Photo Gallery; Neverwhere, BBC, 2007 (Region Two DVD), extras: Gaiman interview, audio commentary by Neil Gaiman, Gaiman biography, Character descriptions, Photo Gallery
  • Princess Mononoke - English Release; Directed by Hayao Miyazaki, Translated from the original Japanese by Steve Alpert, Haruyo Moriyoshi, and Ian MacDougal, Adapted from translation by Neil Gaiman; Release date October 1999
Princess Mononoke, Miramax, 2000 (DVD), extras: Brief featurette; Princess Mononoke, Miramax, 2001 (VHS)
  • A Short Film About John Bolton; Directed by Neil Gaiman, Written by Neil Gaiman; Release date January 24 2003
A Short Film About John Bolton, Docu Rama, 2004 (DVD), extras: Commentary by Neil Gaiman and Marcus Brigstocke, Live At The Aladdin, The Making Of John Bolton Interview with Neil Gaiman, John Bolton Photo Gallery, Audio Recording: Drawn In Darkness read by Neil Gaiman, Biographies

Films - Minor Involvement

  • Archangel Thunderbird; Directed by Kevin Davies, Written by Alan Grant and Tony Luke; Voice of Baal by Neil Gaiman; Broadcast 1998
http://www.rengamedia.com/archangel.html
  • Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked; Directed by Steve Kroopnick, Written by James Grant Goldin; Neil Gaiman is interviewee; Release Date June 23 2003
Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked, The History Channel, 2003 (DVD)
  • Dragon's World; Directed by Justin Hardy, Written by David McNab, Justin Hardy, and Charlie Foley; Neil Gaiman is creative consultant; Broadcast 2004
Dragon's World, Sony, 2005 (DVD)
  • The Eldritch Influence; Directed by Shawn Owens; Neil Gaiman is interviewee; Release Date October 11 2003
The Eldritch Influence, Hermetic Productions, 2004 (DVD)
  • Life, The Universe, And Douglas Adams; Written and Directed by Rick Mueller; Narrated by Neil Gaiman; Release date 2003
Life, The Universe, And Douglas Adams, Greater Talent Network, 2003 (VHS)
  • Notes From The Underground; Interview with Neil Gaiman by Louis Broome; Broadcast April 9 1998
Notes From The Underground, KTCS-TV, 1998 (VHS)
  • Sex, Lies And Superheroes; Directed by Constantine Valhouli, Written by Peter Sanderson and Constantine Valhouli; Neil Gaiman is interviewee; Release Date February 2003
Sex, Lies And Superheroes, Prince Street Films, 2003 (DVD and VHS)
The Val Lewton Horror Collection, Turner Entertainment, 2005 (DVD)

Interviews

  • Douglas Adams; Douglas Adams : The Best Of Knave (1985); Knave V.16 #4 (1984)
  • Douglas Adams; Words : English Penthouse V.19 #5 (May 1984)
  • Douglas Adams; The Hitch-Hikers Guide To Douglas Adams : Fantasy Empire #13 (September 1984)
  • Douglas Adams; Douglas Adams The Universe And Everything : Space Voyager #13 (February/March 1985)
  • Brian Aldiss; A Writer For All Seasons : Space Voyager #16 (August/September 1985)
  • Clive Barker; Words : Penthouse (UK) V.20 #5 (May 1985); Clive Barker's Shadows In Eden edited by Stephen Jones, Underwood-Miller, 1991
  • Steven Berkoff; The Steven Berkoff Interview - He Ain't Heavy... : The Best Of Knave V.5 (1986); Knave V.17 #6 (1985)
  • George Best; “George Best - The Best Of All Worlds : The Best Of Knave V.6 (1987); Knave V.18 #4 (1986)
  • Martin Brest; Martin Brest - Coming Back In Style : Knave V.17 #4 (1985)
  • Ramsey Campbell; Words : Penthouse (UK) V.20 #5 (May 1985)
  • Arthur C. Clarke; Stranger Than Fiction : Space Voyager #17 (October/November 1985)
  • John Cooper Clarke; John Cooper Clarke: The Man Behind The Glasses : The Best Of Knave (1986); Knave V.16 #3 (1984)
  • Divine; The Knave Interview: Divine : The Best Of Knave V.6 (1987); Knave V.18 #5 (1986)
  • William Donaldson; Going Back To His Roots : Knave V.17 #11 (1985)
  • John Dowie; John Dowie - Humour Therapy : The Best Of Knave (1985), Knave V.16 #7 (1984)
  • Adrian Edmonson; The Knave Interview: Adrian Edmondson : Knave V.19 #2 (1987)
  • Denholm Elliott; The Face Fits... : Knave V.17 #7 (1985)
  • Fish; Fish Swimming Against The Tide : Knave V.16 #12 (1984)
  • Ray Galton and Alan Simpson; Comedy Playwrights : The Best Of Knave V.5 (1986); Knave V.17 #5 (1985)
  • William Gibson; The Knave Interview: William Gibson : Knave V.18 #7 (1986)
  • William Gibson; “Loving The Alien”: Time Out #928 (June 1-8 1988)
  • Gary Glitter; Glittering Prizes : Knave V.17 #3 (1985)
  • Gorillaz; “Keeping It (Un)Real”: Wired V.13 #7 (July 2005)
  • Harry Harrison; West Of Eden : Knave V.16 #8 (1984)
  • Frank Herbert; Dune Is Busting Out All Over : Knave V.17 #2 (1985)
  • Frank Herbert; “Duniverse”: Space Voyager #14 (April/May 1985)
  • James Herbert; ...East End Boy Writes Good  : The Best Of Knave (1986), Knave V.16 #10 (1984)
  • James Herbert; The Craft : James Herbert By Horror Haunted edited by Stephen Jones, New English Library, 1992
  • The Hernandez Brothers; The Hernandez Brothers : The Comics Journal #178 (July 1995)
  • Lucy Irvine; From 'Runaway' To 'Castaway' : Knave V.19 #6 (1987)
  • Terry Jones; ...And Now For Something Completely Terry : The Best Of Knave (1985); Knave V.16 #6 (1984)
  • Terry Jones; Terry Jones Of Monty Python Is Turning The World Upside Down : Fantasy Empire #14 (November 1984)
  • Rik Mayall; Waiting For Gogol : The Best Of Knave V.5 (1986), Knave V.17 #1 (1985)
  • Patrick McNee; Patrick McNee Avenger With A View To Kill : Knave V.17 #10 (1985)
  • Alan Moore; The British Invasion: Alan Moore : American Fantasy V.2 #2 (Winter 1987)
  • Alan Moore; The Knave Interview: Moore About Comics : Knave V.18 #3 (1986)
  • Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (As moderator of panel); A Portal To Another Dimension : The Comics Journal #116 (July 1987), The New Comics edited by Gary Groth and Robert Fiore, Berkley, 1988
  • Richard O'Brien; The Knave Interview: Richard O'Brien : Knave V.20 #2 (1988)
  • Bill Odie; Bill Odie: The Goodies, The Birdies, And The Toilet Book : The Best Of Knave (1986); Knave V.16 Christmas Issue (1984)
  • Tuppy Owens; The Shy Sex Expert : Knave V.18 Christmas Issue (1986)
  • Terry Pratchett; The Colour Of Pratchett : Space Voyager #15 (June/July 1985); http://www.co.uk.lspace.org/about-terry/interviews/voyager.html
  • Terry Pratchett; “Deeply Weird”: Time Out #949 (October 26-November 2 1988)
  • David Rappaport; The Knave Interview: David Rappaport : Knave V.18 #2 (1986)
  • Lou Reed; Lou Reed: Waiting For The Man : Reflex #26 (July 28 1992)
  • Gilbert Shelton; Gilbert Shelton : Knave V.16 #5 (1984)
  • Robert Silverberg; Science Fiction Seer: English Penthouse V.19 #3 (1984)
  • Peter Tinniswood; Peter Tinniswood Tales From A Long Room - In Kilburn : Knave V.16 #11 (1984)
  • Edmund White; The Knave Interview: Edmund White : Knave V.18 #9 (1986) *Gene Wolfe; “The Knight At The Door” aka “When Worlds Collide”: The New York Review Of Science Fiction #186 V.16 No.6 (February 2004); http://www.bordersstores.com/features/feature.jsp?file=gaimanwolfe

Introductions, Afterwards, and Forewords

  • About Kim Newman, With Notes On The Creation And Eventual Dissolution Of The Peace And Love Corporation: The Original Dr. Shade & Other Stories by Kim Newman, Pocket Books, 1994
  • After They've Brought On The Dancing Girls: Some Thoughts On Friendship, Healthcare, Cats And Sex: ADT; Images Of Omaha #1, Kitchen Sink Press, 1992
  • Afterword: Nameless Sins by Nancy A. Collins, Gauntlet, 1994
  • Afterword: A Book Review, Issued In The Form Of A Circulating Document, Amplified And Enhanced With Observations From Life And Several Precepts For The Wise By Ilen, A Magian: The Lord Of Castle Black by Steven Brust, Tor, 2003
  • The Amano Conundrum: Biten by Yoshitaka Amano, Asashi Sonorama, 1999; Hero Convention Exclusive Edition, Boom! Studios, 2006
  • The Books Of Magic: An Introduction: Books Of Magic 1: The Invitation by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2003; Books Of Magic 2: Bindings by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2003; Books Of Magic 3: The Children's Crusade by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2003; Books Of Magic 4: Consequences by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2004; Books Of Magic 5: Lost Places by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2004; Books Of Magic 6: Reckonings by Carla Jablonski, Eos/HarperCollins, 2004
  • Breathtaker: An Introduction: ADT; Breathtaker, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • But What Has That To Do With Bacchus?: ADT; Eddie Campbell's Bacchus #1, Eddie Campbell Comics, 1995; Deadface: Immortality Isn't Forever, Dark Horse, 1990
  • The Cartoonist: The Cartoonist #1, Sirius, 1997
  • Concerning Dreams And Nightmares: ADT; The Dream Cycle Of H.P. Lovecraft, Del Rey, 1995; The Lovecraft Ledger, Del Rey, 1995 (Excerpt)
  • Dead Write: Skeleton Crew V.2 #1 (July 1990)
  • A Distant Soil: An Introduction: A Distant Soil: The Gathering, Image, 1997
  • Dori Seda: An Introduction: Dori Stories, Last Gasp, 1999
  • Drawn In Darkness: Harlequin Valentine, Dark Horse, 2001; Haunted Shadows by John Bolton, Halloween Artworks, 1998; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004
  • Will Eisner’s New York: An Introduction: Will Eisner’s New York by Will Eisner, Norton, 2006
  • Harlan Ellison's Loose Cannon: An Introduction: Amazing Stories #603 (September 2004)
  • England’s Dreaming: Albion, Wildstorm Productions, 2007
  • Foreword: 100 Graphic Novels For Public Libraries by Steven Weiner, Kitchen Sink Press, 1996; The 101 Best Graphic Novels Supplement For Libraries by Steven Weiner, NBM, 2001
  • Foreword: ADT; The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World by Harlan Ellison, Borderlands Press, 1994; Edgeworks 4 by Harlan Ellison, White Wolf, 1997
  • Foreword: The Complete Bone Adventures Volume 2 (Note: not in later editions), Cartoon Books, 1994
  • Foreword: Foreword: Dimensions Behind The Twilight Zone by Stewart T. Stanyard, ECW Press, 2007
  • Foreword: ADT; The Einstein Intersection by Samuel R. Delany, Wesleyan University Press, 1998
  • Foreword: Lucifer: Devil In The Gateway, Vertigo/DC, 2001
  • Foreword: Myth, Symbol And Meaning In Mary Poppins by Giorgia Grilli, Routledge, 2007
  • Foreword: Rising Stars #1 (Many alternate covers exist), Top Cow/Image, 1999; Rising Stars Act 1: Leather Bound Edition, Joe's Comics/Top Cow/Image, 2000; Rising Stars: Born In Fire, Joe's Comics/Top Cow/Image, 2000; Rising Stars Deluxe Edition, Top Cow, 2005; Top Cow Classics In Black & White: Rising Stars #1 (Alternate cover exists), Top Cow/Image, 2000
  • Foreword: Solomon Kane Sketchbook by Gary Gianni, Wandering Star, 1997
  • Foreword: The Aesthetics Of Invention: Art & Artifice by Jim Steinmeyer, Carrol & Graf, 2006
  • Foreword - Just An Introduction: Just A Geek by Wil Wheaton, O'Reilly, 2004
  • Foreword - Remembering Douglas: Hitchhiker by M.J. Simpson (US edition only), Justin Charles & Co., 2003
  • From The Days Of Future Past: The Country Of The Blind And Other Selected Short Stories by H.G. Wells, Penguin Classics, 2007
  • Goreword: Tales From The Crypt Calendar 2006, Workman Publishing, 2005
  • Growing Pains (As Gerry Musgrave): Swamp Thing Volume Five, Titan, 1988
  • Guest Editor's Note: Neil Gaiman, Dreamer: NewMan October 2005
  • Hi By The Way: Tori Amos Under The Pink Tour Book: Pink Tour, 1994
  • 'How Do You Baffle A Vegetable?' And Other God Jokes: Swamp Thing Volume Eight, Titan, 1988
  • In Re: Pansy Smith And Violet Jones: ADT; The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993; http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/pansyandviolet.html
  • Introduction: ADT; The Adventures of Professor Thintwhistle And His Incredible Aether Flyer, Fantagraphics, 1991
  • Introduction: Amano's Hero Exhibition Flyer (1999); Vampire Hunter D: Special Edition DVD, Urban Vision, 2000
  • Introduction: Tori Amos To Venus And Back Tour Book: To Venus And Back, 1999
  • Introduction: The Arbitrary Placement Of Walls by Martha Soukup, DreamHaven, 1997; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004
  • Introduction: ADT, Astro City: Confession, Homage, 1997
  • Introduction: Blake's 7: The Inside Story by Joe Nazzaro and Sheelagh Wells, Virgin, 1997
  • Introduction: ADT; Bratpack, King Hell, 1992
  • Introduction: Faeries: A Musical Companion To The Art Of Brian Froud (CD), RCA/BMG, 2002
  • Introduction: The Good Fairies Of New York by Martin Millar, Soft Skull Press, 2006; http://www.softskull.com/detailedbook.php?isbn=1-933368-36-5
  • Introduction (In Our Block): My Favorite Fantasy Story edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 2000
  • Introduction: ADT; The King Of Elfland's Daughter by Lord Dunsany, Del Rey Impact/Ballantine, 1999
  • Introduction: Lud-In-The-Mist by Hope Mirrlees, Millennium/Victor Gollancz, 2000
  • INtroduction: The Mark Of The Beast by Rudyard Kipling, Gollancz, 2007
  • Introduction: The Tundra Sketchbook Series Voulme Three: Noodles, Tundra, 1991
  • Introduction: The Collected Omaha The Cat Dancer Volume Five, Kitchen Sink Press, 1993
  • Introduction: Portable Childhoods by Ellen Klages, Tachyon, 2007
  • Introduction: The Savior Book One, Trident, 1990
  • Introduction: AV; Scholars & Soldiers by Mary Gentle, MacDonald, 1989
  • Introduction (Seven Nights In Slumberland): George Alec Effinger Live From Planet Earth by George Alec Effinger, Golden Gryphon Press, 2005
  • Introduction: Shadows Of Light And Dark by Jo Fletcher, Airgedlamh Publications/Alchemy Press, 1998
  • Introduction: Sonovawitch! And Other Tales Of Supernatural Law, Exhibit A Press, 2000
  • An Introduction: ADT; Essential Starchild Book 5, Coppervale Press, 2002; Starchild: Crossroads, Coppervale Press, 1998
  • Introduction: Superman: The Man Of Tomorrow, Titan, 1988
  • Introduction: The Tale Of One Bad Rat #1, Dark Horse, 1994 (Note: not in Tale Of One Bad Rat collection)
  • Introduction: ADT; Tantrum by Jules Feiffer, Fantagraphics, 1997
  • Introduction: The Vertigo Tarot, Vertigo/DC, 1995
  • Introduction: Voice Of Fire by Alan Moore, Top Shelf, 2003
  • Introduction by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones (Warning: Death May Be Injurious To Your Health): Robert Bloch: Appreciations Of The Master edited by Richard Matheson and Ricia Mainhardt, Tor, 1995
  • Introduction: World Walkthrough: Fas Ferox, Lulu.com, 2006
  • Introduction: The Year's Best Graphic Novels, Comics, & Manga edited by Byron Preiss and Howard Zimmerman, St. Martin's Griffin, 2005
  • An Introduction By Famous Author Neil Gaiman: Tales Of Mirth And Woe by Alistair Coleman, Publish And Be Damned, 2006
  • Introduction Concerning Speculative Engineering, With Notes On Exploration, The Scattered Oeuvre Of John M. Ford, And An Unreliable And Vaguely Scatological Anecdote About Freud Or Someone Like That: ADT; From The End Of The Twentieth Century by John M. Ford, NESFA, 1997
  • Introduction: Four Bookshops: Shelf Life edited by Greg Ketter, DreamHaven, 2002Intro From The Heart: Hearts Of Africa, Slave Labor Graphics, 1994
  • Love And Death: Overture: Swamp Thing: Love And Death, DC, 1990
  • Me And My Dadd And Mark Chadbourn: The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke by Mark Chadbourn, PS Publishing, 2002
  • The Nature Of The Infection: Doctor Who Novellas: The Eye Of The Tyger by Paul McAuley, Telos, 2003
  • Of Blood And Bad Craziness...: Swamp Thing Volume Two, Titan, 1987
  • Of Time, And Gully Foyle: ADT; The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester, Vintage Books/Random House, 1996
  • On Barron Storey: W.A.T.C.H. 1996 Annual, Vanguard, 1996
  • One Of The Brotherhood: ADT; World Fantasy Convention 2002 Book: Gods And Monsters; http://www.jonathancarroll.com/introduction.html
  • On Spares - A Short, Formal Introduction, With Additional Theory: Spares Special Edition by Michael Marshall Smith, Overlook Connection Press, 1998
  • On Viriconium: Some Notes Towards An Introduction: Viriconium by M. John Harrison, Bantam Spectra, 2005
  • Original Synners - An Introduction To The Tenth Anniversary Edition: Synners by Pat Cadigan, Four Walls Eight Windows, 2001
  • Orphee: Orphee (CD), Projekt, 2000
  • A Recognition: Echoes: The Drawings Of Michael William Kaluta by Michael William Kaluta, Vanguard, 2000
  • Screwtape Letters: ADT; The Screwtape Letters, Marvel, 1994
  • Shameful Secrets Of Comics Retailing: The Lingerie Collection: ADT; How To Get Girls (Into Your Store), Friends Of Lulu, 1997; http://www.friends-lulu.org/handbook.html
  • Some Strangeness In The Proportion: The Exquisite Beauties Of Edgar Allan Poe: Edgar Allan Poe: Selected Poems And Tales by Edgar Allan Poe, Barnes And Noble, 2004
  • The Spirit: An Introduction: The Best Of The Spirit, DC, 2005
  • The Swords Of Lankhmar: ADT; Return To Lankhmar by Fritz Leiber, White Wolf, 1997
  • Triffles Light As Air And Otherwise: Swamp Thing Volume Four, Titan, 1987
  • True Stories: The Secret Life Of Kelli Bickman: What I Thought I Saw by Kelli Bickman, Yatra Publications, 1996
  • A Very Foxy Introduction: Redfox Book II: The Demon Queen, Valkyrie Press/Harrier, 1988
  • What This Book Is Really About: The Worm, Slab-O-Concrete Publications, 1999
  • What Was He Like, Douglas Adams?: The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams, Del Rey/Ballantine, 2002
  • Why Dead Birds Move And Flowers Go To Hell: Swamp Thing Volume Three, Titan, 1987
  • The Wound That Never Heals: An Introduction: The Man In The Maze by Robert Silverberg, ibooks, 2002

Introductions, Afterwards, and Forewords To His Own Work

  • Afterword: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006
  • Afterword: The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2004; The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman, Bloomsbury, 2004; The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman, Bloomsbury, 2005; The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman, Harper Trophey, 2006; http://www.mousecircus.com/goldfish/flash/goldfish.html
  • Afterword (Foreign Parts): Words Without Pictures edited by Steve Niles, Arcane/Eclipse, 1990
  • Afterword (Interworld; with Michael Reaves): Interworld (See Books for editions)
  • Afterword: Marvel 1602 Collection, Marvel, 2004
  • Afterword (Only The End Of The World Again): ADT; Lord Of The Fantastic edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Avon/Eos, 1998
  • Afterword: The Sandman #75, Vertigo/DC, 1996
  • Afterword: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; The Sandman Book I: Preludes And Nocturnes, DC, 1991
  • Afterword: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; The Sandman Book III: Dream Country, DC, 1991
  • Afterword: The Sandman: The Dream Hunters, All editions (see Books)
  • An Afterword: Shoggoth's Old Peculiar Chapbook by Neil Gaiman, DreamHaven, 2004
  • Afterword: Signal To Noise CD, Feral Records, 2000
  • Afterword: 2003: Violent Cases, Dark Horse, 2003
  • Author's Note (The Faery Reel): The Faery Reel edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Viking, 2004
  • Author’s Note (The Forbidden Brides Of The Faceless Slaves In The Nameless House Of The Night Of Dread Desire): The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.16 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2005
  • Author's Note (Instructions): A Wolf At The Door edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, 2000
  • Author's Note (Inventing Aladdin): Swan Sister edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, 2003
  • Author’s Note (The Problem Of Susan): The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.16 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2005
  • Author's Preface To Anansi Boys Deleted Scene: Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Anansi Boys (Ottakar’s edition) by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • Author's Preface To The Notebook Extracts: Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Anansi Boys (Ottakar’s edition) by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • Author’s Preface to Wall: A Prologue: Stardust by Neil Gaiman, Harper Perennial, 2006
  • Author's Preface To Wall: A Prologue: Stardust by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • A Brief Afterword: The Sandman Book V: A Game Of You, Vertigo/DC, 1993
  • The Endless: The Endless Gallery #1, Vertigo/DC, 1995
  • Envoi: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; The Sandman Book II: The Doll's House; DC, 1990
  • A Few Words About Death: Death: The Time Of Your Life Collection, Vertigo/DC, 1997
  • Foreword: Don't Panic by Neil Gaiman, Titan, 2003
  • Foreword: The Compleat Alice Cooper, Marvel Music, 1995; The Last Temptation, Dark Horse, 2000; Marvel Age #136, Marvel, 1994
  • Foreword by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, William Morrow, 2006; Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, Harper Torch, 2006
  • Good Omens, The Facts (Or, At Least, Lies That Have Been Hallowed By Time) by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, BCA, 2003; Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, William Morrow, 2006; Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, Harper Torch, 2006
  • Hold Me: Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • In The Beginning...: Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; The Sandman #8 (Limited edition of #8 with Karen Berger editorial exists), DC, 1989; The Sandman Book II: The Doll's House; DC, 1990
  • Introduction (Section introductions): ADT
  • Introduction: The Alchemy Of MirrorMask by Dave McKean, Collins Design, 2005
  • Introduction: Anansi Boys Chapbook by Neil Gaiman, William Morrow, 2005
  • Introduction: AV
  • Introduction: Coraline (Diamond Edition) by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2002
  • Introduction: Death Gallery #1, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • Introduction: FT
  • Introduction: Neil Gaiman - Where’s Neil When You Need Him? (CD), Dancing Ferret, 2006
  • Introduction: Hanging Out With The Dream King by Joseph McCabe, Fantagraphics, 2004
  • Introduction (Lady Justice): Tekno: The Official Tekno Comix Handbook, Tekno Comix, 1996
  • Introduction (Looking For The Girl): Demon Sex edited by Amarantha Knight, RhinocEros, 1998
  • Introduction: MM
  • Introduction: Neverwhere Chapbook, BBC Books, 1996
  • Introduction by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones: Now We Are Sick: A Sampler edited by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, Self-published, 1986
  • Introduction: The Sandman: Endless Nights, Vertigo/DC, 2003
  • Introduction: The Sandman Gallery #1, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • Introduction: The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003
  • Introduction: The Sandman Papers edited by Joe Sanders, Fantagraphics, 2006
  • An Introduction: SM
  • Introduction: Stardust: The Visual Companion by Stephen Jones, Titan Books, 2007
  • Introduction: Two Plays For Voices, HarperAudio, 2002
  • Introduction: Violent Cases, Tundra, 1991; Violent Cases (Limited edition; note: interior pages are the Tundra 2nd print edition), Kitchen Sink Press, 1997; Violent Cases, Dark Horse, 2003
  • Introduction to The Case Of The Four And Twenty Blackbirds : Horrible Beginnings edited by Steven H. Silver and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 2003
  • An Introduction To A Screenplay: A Screenplay by Neil Gaiman, Hill House Publishing, 2004
  • Introduction To This Text: American Gods by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • Introduction To This Text: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • It's Pronounced He'll-Leo-Gabble-Us.: Being An Account Of The Life And Death Of The Emperor Heliogabolus, 1992
  • Jack In The Green: Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999

Mirrormask: An Introduction: MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, All editions (see Books)

  • Not (An Introduction) A Few Words: The Sandman Book VII: Brief Lives, Vertigo/DC, 1994
  • A Note On Working With Dave McKean: Coraline (Diamond Edition) by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2002
  • Notes On A Harlequinade: Harlequin Valentine, Dark Horse, 2001
  • The Origins Of Mirrormask: An Introduction: MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, All editions (see Books)
  • Sandman Midnight Theatre: Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • Script Introduction: The Sandman Book III: Dream Country, DC, 1991
  • Swamp Thing Annual: Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • Sweeney Todd: A Brief Introduction: Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street Penny Dreadful, SpiderBaby Grafix, 1992
  • Talking After Midnight: Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days, Vertigo/DC, 1999
  • Was It A Bear, Or A Russian, Or What?: The Sandman Book IX: The Kindly Ones, Vertigo/DC, 1996

Letters Answered

  • Angela #3, Image, 1995
  • The Sandman #5, DC, 1989
  • The Sandman #18 (Misprint exists), DC, 1990
  • The Sandman #28, DC, 1991
  • The Sandman #41, DC, 1992
  • The Sandman #48, Vertigo/DC, 1993


Letters Sent

  • 1963 #5, Image, 1993
  • Amazing Heroes #152 (November 1 1988)
  • Eddie Campbell's Bacchus #1, Eddie Campbell Comics, 1995
  • Boing #3 (Summer 1991)
  • Captain Confederacy #4, SteelDragon Press, 1986
  • Cerebus #150, Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1991
  • Dagon #17 (Addendum to I Cthulhu, see Short Stories) (April/May 1987)
  • DC Heroes Role-Playing Game Third Edition edited by Bryan Nystul, *Mayfair Games, 1993
  • Deadface: Earth Water Air Fire #4, Dark Horse, 1992
  • Heart Of Empire #1, Dark Horse, 1999
  • Instant Piano #3, Dark Horse, 1995
  • Starchild #8, Taliesin Press, 1994
  • Starchild #9, Taliesin Press, 1994
  • Tyrant #1, SpiderBaby Grafix, 1994
  • Fan Letter: ADT; Magian Line V.3.1 (August 1996); Overstreet's Fan #11 (May 1996); http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/3-1.html#III
  • For Your Information (As Gerry Musgrave): Space Voyager #16 (August/September 1985)
  • For Your Information (As Richard Grey): Space Voyager #17 (October/November 1985)

Letters: Personal Correspondance

  • To Tori Amos: Tori Amos The Beekeeper Tour Book: The Beekeeper, 2005
  • To Karen Berger: The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003
  • To Dave McKean: MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, All editions (see Books)


Peace And Love Corporation

The P&LC collaborations were often written under pseudonyms. Some pieces may not have been worked on by Gaiman. The original attributions are listed.

  • 21 Years Of Sex by Dr. Sigmund Von Doppelganger: Knave 21st Birthday Special (1989)
  • 1968: What Really Went Down, Man by Noel Christopher, Neil Gaiman, Eugene Byrne, Kim Newman and Stephen Caplin: The Truth #9 (June 16 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • Action Movies Around The World by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #13 (November 17 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • Agony Aunts Around The World by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: The Truth #5 (February 18 1988) (illustration by Mark Buckingham)
  • The Bloody Amazing World Of Dr. Sigmund Von Doppelganger by Paul Lobkowitz: The Truth #8 (May 19 1988)
  • Bounced Again by Des Perrot: The Truth #2 (November 19 1987)
  • Children's Television Around The World by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #11 (September 15 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • A Child's Guide To The Real World by Dr. Sigmund Von Doppelganger: Knave V.18 #1 (1986) (illustrated by Andrew MacConville)
  • Culprits Or Where Are They Now? by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne; see also Where Are They Now? in this section: Interzone #40 (October 1990)
  • Death Around The World by Neil Gaiman, Eugene Byrne and Kim Newman: The Truth #15 (February 16 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Fast Food Around The World, authors uncredited: The Truth #20 (July 20 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • The Father Christmas Interview by Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: Knave V.17 Christmas Issue (1985)
  • The First Olympics by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #11 (September 15 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • Ghouls, Guts, And Gore Around The World by Neil Gaiman, Eugene Byrne and Kim Newman: The Truth #16 (March 16 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • The Good Ghoul Guide by Neil Gaiman and Stefan Jaworzyn: Time Out #949 (October 26-November 2 1988) (illustrated by Nicola Heindl)
  • Great Sporting Disasters by Des Perrot: Knave V.19 #7 (1987) (illustrated by Alastair Graham)
  • Have You Been April Fooled Again? by Gaiman, Byrne and Newman: The Truth #17 (April 20 1989)
  • The History Of Rock 'N' Roll Part Two: The Mersey Beat, authors uncredited: The Truth #20 (July 20 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Hollywood Hamlet ...Or How To B*gger A Bard by Dr. Paul Lobkowitz: The Best Of Knave V.6 (1987); Knave V.18 #2 (1986)
  • How To Be A Barbarian by Kim Newman and Richard Grey: The Best Of Knave V.5 (1986) (illustrated by Mark Thomas); Knave V.17 #2 (1985) (illustrated by Mark Thomas)
  • How To Be A Mad Scientist (..And Rule The World ) by Kim Newman and Richard Gray: Knave V.16 #10 (1984) (illustrated by Graham Humphries)
  • How To Be A Private Dick.... by Kim Newman and Richard Gray: Knave V.16 #11 (1984) (illustrated by Mark Thomas)
  • How To Be Super by Richard Gray and Kim Newman: The Best Of Knave V.5 (1986) (illustrated by Graham Higgins); Knave V.17 #6 (1985) (illustrated by Graham Higgins)
  • How To Be A Swashbuckler by Richard Grey and Kim Newman: Knave V.18 #4 (1986) (illustrated by Phil Litter)
  • How To Lose Friends And Irritate People by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #14 (December 15 1988)
  • How To Produce A Complete And Utter Idiot by Paul Lobkowitz: Knave V.18 #7 (1986) (illustrated by Penny Olymbios)
  • How To Spot A Psycho by Richard Gray and Kim Newman: Knave V.17 #4 (1985) (illustrated by Geoff Halpin)
  • How To Talk Foreign by Newman, Byrne and Gaiman: The Truth #18 (May 18 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Humour Magazines Around The World by Kim Newman, Eugene Byrne and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #8 (May 19 1988) (illustrated by Matt Brooker)
  • It's A Fact (Or Is It?) by Des Perrott: Knave V.19 #11 (1987) (illustrated by Phil Litter)
  • Jokers Through History by Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: Knave V.17 #9 (1985) (illustrated by Nigel Hills)
  • Just Fancy That by Sigmund Von Doppelganger: The Truth #4-10 (January 21 1988-July 21 1988)
  • Kid's Stuff by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman, and Kim Newman: The Truth #6 (March 17 1988) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Listeria by Eugene Byrne, Kim Newman and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #16 (March 16 1989)
  • Love ...And How To Cure It by Paul Lobkowitz: Knave V.17 #12 (1985)
  • Marriage Around The World by Kim Newman, Eugene Byrne and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #17 (April 20 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Media Religion Around The World by Kim Newman, Eugene Byrne and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #19 (June 15 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • The Messiah Business by Paul Lobkowitz, additional research by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman, Kim Newman and Phil Nutman: Knave V.18 #5 (1986) (illustrated by Nigel Hills)
  • The Misery Of Sex by Dr. Sigmund Von Doppelganger: Knave V.18 #3 (1986) (illustrated by Malcolm Harrison)
  • National Holidays Around The World by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #14 (December 15 1988)
  • Necrophiliabilia by Neil Gaiman, Kim Newman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #13 (November 17 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • Pantomines Around The World by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: The Truth #3 (December 17 1987) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Peace And Love And All That Stuff...Man by Gene Gaizynman: Knave V.17 #10 (1985) (illustration by Melinda Gebbie)
  • Political Scandals Around The World by Eugene Byrne, Nail [sic] Gaiman, and Kim Newman: The Truth #4 (January 21 1988) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Pornography Around The World by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: The Truth #2 (November 19 1987) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Sexual Pursuit by Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: Penthouse (UK) V.20 #3 (March 1985) (illustration uncredited)
  • Soap Operas Around The World by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #1 (October 14 1987) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Sport Around The World by Newman, Byrne and Gaiman: The Truth #18 (May 18 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Superheroes Around The World by the Peace and Love Corporation: The Truth #9 (June 16 1988) ( illustrated by Matt Brooker)
  • Tabloid Newspapers Around The World by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #12 (October 20 1988) (illustrated by Matt Brooker)
  • Thatcher: The Wilderness Decade by Neil Gaiman, Eugene Byrne and Kim Newman: The Truth #17 (April 20 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • Things That Go Bang In The Night! by Dr. Edward Grue: Penthouse UK V.20 #11 (November 1985) (illustration uncredited)
  • The True Story Of Rock 'N' Roll Part One: The Early Days by Kim Newman, Neil Gaiman and Eugene Byrne: The Truth #19 (June 15 1989) (illustration uncredited)
  • The Truth Almanac 1988 by Kim Newman, Eugene Byrne and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #3 (December 17 1987)
  • The Truth Collection Of Handy Dandy And Ready-To-Use Household Hints by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman: The Truth #10 (July 21 1988)
  • TV Game Shows Around The World, authors uncredited: The Truth #6 (March 17 1988) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • TV Sitcoms Around The World by Kim Newman, Eugene Byrne and Neil Gaiman: The Truth #7 (April 21 1988) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham)
  • Whatever Happened To Mr. Spock by The Peace And Love Corporation (Excerpt from Where Are They Now): Drabble II - Double Century edited by Rob Meades & David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1990
  • Where Are They Now? by Des Perrot; see also Culprits Or Where Are They Now? in this section: Knave V.19 #6 (1987) (illustrated by Peter Shrank)
  • Where Are They Now? by Eugene Byrne, Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman; see also Culprits Or Where Are They Now? in this section: The Truth #7 (April 21 1988) (illustrated by Jeff Bartlett)
  • Who Was Jack The Ripper? by Neil Gaiman, Eugene Byrne and Kim Newman: The Truth #12 (October 20 1988) (illustration uncredited)
  • Write-It-Yourself Best Sellers by Dr. Sigmund Von Sternburgler: Knave V.17 #5 (1985)
  • Ye Sex Almanacke For 1989 by Des Perrot: Knave V.21 #1 (1989) (illustrated by Russ Tudor)
  • Your Guide To The New Euroscopes by Newman, Byrne and Gaiman: The Truth #19 (June 15 1989)

Poems and Songs

  • All Purpose Folk Song (Child Ballad #1): ADT; The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001; Magian Line V.1.4 (February 1994); The Sandman #56, Vertigo/DC, 1993 (Excerpt); http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/AllPurposeFolkSong.html; http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/1-4.html#III
  • The Apology Song - see If I Apologized...
  • Banshee: ADT; The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995; Magian Line V.2.2 (October 1994); Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995; http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/2-2.html#III
  • Bay Wolf: Dark Detectives edited by Stephen Jones, Fedogan & Bremer, 1999 (illustrated by Randy Broecker); SM
  • Boys And Girls Together: Black Heart, Ivory Bones edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Avon, 2000; Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003; http://www.endicott-studio.com/jMA0301/boysGirls.html
  • The Butterfly Road: Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003; Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://www.lorraineamalena.com/butterfly.html
  • Cold Colours: AV; Future Comics October 1993; Midnight Graffiti #6 (Winter 1990-1991) (illustrated by Stuart Clift); SM; The Time Out Book Of London Short Stories edited by Maria Lexton, Penguin, 1993; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • The Dangerous Alphabet: Holiday Mailing 2001 - The Dangerous Alphabet
  • Dark Sonnet: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://www.lorraineamalena.com/darksonnet.html; http://lorraineamalena.com/music/DarkSonnet.mp3
  • The Day The Saucers Came: FT; http://www.spiderwords.com/feature1.htm
  • Death: British Fantasy Society 2006 Calendar, British Fantasy Society, 2005 (illustrated by Ian Simmons)
  • Eaten (Scenes From A Moving Picture): Off Limits edited by Ellen Datlow, St. Martin Press, 1996; SM (UK and E-Book Editions); World Horror Convention 2002 Book; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Tenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 1997
  • The Empty Chambers: FT; Outsiders edited by Nancy Holder and Nancy Kilpatrick, Roc, 2005
  • The Faery Reel: The Faery Reel edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Viking, 2004 (illustrated by Charles Vess); FT
  • Folk Underground: Folk Underground - Advance Demo Of Their Demo, 2003; Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003; http://www.folkunderground.com/songs.html
  • A Girl Needs A Knife: ADT; The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995; Notes From The Underground, KTCS-TV, 1998 (Excerpt)
  • Going Wodwo: Folk Underground - Buried Things, Happyfun Records, 2003; FT; The Green Man edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Viking, 2002 (illustrated by Charles Vess); http://www.folkunderground.com/songs.html
  • The Herring Song: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993; http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/herringsong.html
  • The Hidden Chamber see The Empty Chambers
  • How To Write Longfellow's Hiawatha : ADT
  • If I Apologized... (aka The Apology Song): MirrorMask (Film); MirrorMask Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, La-La-Land Records, 2005; MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, All editions (see Books)
  • Instructions: Fantasy Readers Wanted - Apply Within edited by Nick Aires and James Richey, Silver Lake Publishing, 2003; FT; Holiday Mailing 1999 - Instructions (includes errata sheet); MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); The Poet's Grimm edited by Jeanne Marie Beaumont and Claudia Carlson, Story Line Press, 2003; Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004; A Wolf At The Door edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, 2000; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Fourteenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 2001; http://www.neilgaiman.net/speaking-in-tongues.php; http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/cofinstr.html
  • Introduction To The Arbitrary Placement Of Walls (The Martha Soukup Poem): The Arbitrary Placement Of Walls by Martha Soukup, DreamHaven, 1997; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004
  • Inventing Aladdin: FT; Swan Sister edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, 2003
  • It’s Just Me And Eve: Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://www.lorraineamalena.com/eve.html; http://lorraineamalena.com/music/JustMeandEve.mp3
  • Locks: FT; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004; Silver Birch, Blood Moon edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, Avon, 1999; http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/coflocks.html
  • Luther's Villanelle: AV
  • A Meaningful Dialogue: The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001; http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/AMeaningfulDialogue.html
  • Neil's Thankyou Poem: ADT; Magian Line V.2.2 (October 1994); http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/2-2.html#III
  • Nightfall - see The Sky At Night
  • Now We Are Sick by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones: Now We Are Sick edited by Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones, All editions (see Books)
  • Ode To Wm. Messner-Loebs: Heroes And Villains edited by Clifford Meth and Neal Adams, TwoMorrows, 2005
  • The Old Warlock's Reverie: A Pantoum: ADT; A Fall Of Stardust, Green Man Press, 1999; Once Upon A Midnight... edited by Jame A. Riley, Michael N. Langford, and Thomas E. Fuller, Unnameable Press, 1995
  • On The Wall: One Ring Zero - As Smart As We Are, Soft Skull Press, 2004
  • Personal Thing: ADT; The Flash Girls - Play Each Morning Wild Queen, Fabulous Records, 2001; Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/PersonalThing.html; http://www.lorraineamalena.com/personal.html
  • Poem: http://www.spiderwords.com/feature1b.htm
  • Post Mortem Of Our Love: ADT; AV; The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993; Lorraine A’ Malena - Mirror Mirror, Aranya Records, 2005; Magian Line V.1.2 (July 1993); http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/postmortemonourlove.html; http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/1-2.html#V; http://www.lorraineamalena.com/Postmortem.html
  • The Queen Of Knives: The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.7 edited by Stephen Jones, Raven, 1996; SM; Tombs edited by Peter Crowther and Edward E. Kramer, White Wolf, 1994; World Horror Convention 1995 Book; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Ninth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1996
  • Reading The Entrails: A Rondel: The Fortune Teller edited by Lawrence Schimel and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 1997; SM
  • Riding The Flame/Little Beggarman: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • The Scorpio Boys In The City Of Lux Sing Their Strange Songs: Alan Moore: Portrait Of An Extraordinary Gentleman edited by Smoky Man and Gary Spencer Millidge, Abiogenesis Press, 2003
  • The Sea Change: Overstreet's Fan #6 (November 1995) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004; SM
  • Septimus' Triolet: A Fall Of Stardust, Green Man Press, 1999
  • The Sky At Night (aka Nightfall): The Sky At Night Print, 1998 (designed by Peter C. Dast); http://www.scifi.com/tribute/nightfall.html (as Nightfall)
  • The Song Of The Audience: AV; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Song Of The Little Hairy Man: A Fall Of Stardust, Green Man Press, 1999

The Song Of The Lost: Heroes, Marvel, 2001 (illustrated by Jae Lee)

  • Sonnet: ADT
  • Sonnet In The Dark: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993
  • Tea And Corpses: The Flash Girls - The Return Of Pansy Smith And Violet Jones, Spin Art, 1993; Folk Underground - Get Y'er Hand Off 'Me Booty , Happyfun Records, 2004; http://apocalypse.org/pub/flash/lyrics/teaandcorpses.html; http://www.folkunderground.com/songs.html
  • Vampire Sestina: AV; Book Of Vampires edited by Stephen Jones, Barnes And Noble, 1997; Fantasy Tales V.10 #2 (Spring 1989) (illustration uncredited); The Giant Book Of Fantasy Tales edited by Stephen Jones and David Sutton, The Book Company, 1996; The Mammoth Book Of Vampires (early editions) edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 1992 (illustrated by Martin McKenna); SM
  • Virus: AV; Digital Dreams edited by David V. Barrett, New English Library, 1990; SM
  • The White Road: Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, AvoNova/William Morrow, 1995; SM; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Ninth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1996; http://www.endicott-studio.com/cofhs/chTheWhiteRoad.html
  • A Writer's Prayer: ADT; Holiday Mailing 1999 - A Writer's Prayer (illustrated by George Walker); Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003; http://www.neilgaiman.net/telling-tales.php
  • Yeti: The Flash Girls - Maurice And I, Fabulous Records, 1995

Reviews

  • 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
  • Michael Chabon; Summerland; Team Spirit : The Washington Post October 6 2002
  • Dark City; Neil Gaiman On Dark City : Dark City DVD, New Line Home Video, 1998
  • Roger Graef; Talking Blues; Identity Crisis : Magian Line V.1.1 (March 1993); Punch Vol. 296, #7744 (June 16 1989); http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/1-1.html#IV
  • Stephen King and Peter Straub; Black House; Nightcrawlers : The Washington Post September 16 2001
  • Frank Miller; Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: ADT; Comics Forum #14 (Spring 1997); Foundation #38 (1987)
  • Hope Mirrlees; Lud-In-The-Mist; Curiosities : ADT; Fantasy & Science Fiction V.97 #1 (July 1999)
  • Count Jan Potocki; The Manuscript Found At Saragossa; Curiosities : Fantasy & Science Fiction V.95 #3 (September 1998)
  • Josiah Thompson; Gumshoe; Spadework : AV; Punch Vol. 297, #7749 (July 21 1989)
  • Underworld: Clive Barker's Shadows In Eden edited by Stephen Jones, Underwood-Miller, 1991; Shock Xpress V.1 #3 (January/February 1986)
  • Various book and movie reviews: British Fantasy Newsletter V.11 #1-V.13 #1 (October/March 1984-Summer 1986); Escape #10, 13, 15-18; Imagine #28-30 (July 1985-September 1985); Knave V.17 #6-V.20 #3 (1985-1988); Penthouse (UK) (1980s); Shock Xpress (V.1); Space Voyager #13-17 (February/March 1985-October/November 1985); Time Out (1980s); Vector (1980s)


Scripts And Script Excerpts

  • Anansi Boys (Manuscript pages): Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Anansi Boys (Ottakar’s edition) by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005
  • Babylon 5: Day Of The Dead: Day Of The Dead by Neil Gaiman, DreamHaven, 1998
  • Coraline (Manuscript pages): Coraline (Diamond edition) by Neil Gaiman, HarperCollins, 2002; Sketch #14 (2002)
  • Marvel 1602 Part One : Marvel 1602 Collection, Marvel, 2004
  • Miracleman Book Four A Prayer And A Hope : Panel One: Comic Book Scripts By Top Writers edited by Nat Gertler, About Comics, 2002
  • Mirrormask: MirrorMask: The Illustrated Film Script Of The Motion Picture From The Jim Henson Company by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, All editions (see Books)
  • Murder Mysteries Radio Play Script: Murder Mysteries by Neil Gaiman, Biting Dog Press, 2001
  • Neverwhere BBC Series: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, Hill House, Forthcoming
  • Sandman: Calliope : The Sandman Book III: Dream Country, DC, 1991; Writers On Comics Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury, Titan, 1999 (Excerpt)
  • Sandman: The Kindly Ones Part One (Excerpt): The DC Guide To Writing Comics by Dennis O'Neil, Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001; The Sandman Companion by Hy Bender, Vertigo/DC, 1999; The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003
  • Sandman: The Kindly Ones 'The Story So Far' (Manuscript Pages): The Sandman: King Of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney, Chronicle Books, 2003
  • Sandman: A Midsummer's Night Dream : Absolute Sandman V.1, Vertigo/DC, 2006; The Sandman: A Midsummer Night's Dream Script, Magian Line, 1993
  • Sandman: A Parliament Of Rooks (Excerpt): Hanging Out With The Dream King by Joseph McCabe,, Fantagraphics, 2004
  • Sandman: Season Of Mists Chapter Three : http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~afarrell/things/script.html
  • Sandman: Season Of Mists Part Five (Excerpt): Fear #30 (June 1991)
  • Sandman: The Wake Part One : Fiddler's Green: A Sandman Convention Book, 2004
  • A Screenplay (G*** O**** movie draft): A Screenplay by Neil Gaiman, Hill House Publishing, 2004
  • Snow Glass Apples Radio Play Script: Snow Glass Apples by Neil Gaiman, Biting Dog Press, 2002
  • Stardust (Manuscript pages): Sketch #14 (2002)
  • Stardust (Film) by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn: Stardust: The Visual Companion by Stephen Jones, Titan Books, 2007

Short Stories

  • Apple - see In The End
  • Babycakes: AV; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004; SM; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Being An Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines Assisted By Unwins LTD, Wine Merchants (Uckfield): 20/20 #11 (abridged) (February 1990); AV; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Bitter Grounds: FT; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.15 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2004; Mojo Conjure Stories edited by Nalo Hopkinson, Aspect/Warner Books, 2003
  • Case Of The Four And Twenty Blackbirds: AV (illustrated by Jill Karla Schwarz); Horrible Beginnings edited by Steven H. Silver and Martin H. Greenberg, Daw, 2003; Knave V.16 #9 (1984) (illustrated by Andrew Aloof); The Mammoth Book Of Comic Fantasy II edited by Mike Ashley, Carroll And Graf, 1999; The Mammoth Book Of Seriously Comic Fantasy edited by Mike Ashley, Robinson, 1999; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/shortstories/blackbirdstory
  • Changes: Crossing The Border edited by Lisa Tuttle, Indigo, 1998; SM
  • Chivalry: Advance Comics V.III #58 (October 1993); AV (illustrated by Michael Zulli); Cicada V.1 #1 (September/October 1998) (illustrated by Seth Fisher); Grails: Quests Of The Dawn edited by Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer, Roc, 1994; Grails: Quests, Visitations And Other Occurrences edited by Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer, Unnameable Press, 1992; Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); New Magics edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Tor, 2004; A Quest-Lover's Treasury Of The Fantastic edited by Margaret Weis, Aspect/Warner Books, 2002; Selected Shorts V.XVIII: Lots Of Laughs , The Symphony Space, 2004; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004; SM; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995
  • Cinnamon: Balticon 40 Program Book, 2006 (sculpture by Lisa Snellings-Clark); The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection, HarperChildren's Audio, 2004; Overstreet's Fan #4 (September 1995) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); http://www.neilgaiman.net/cinnamon/page1.htm (illustrated by Jill Schwarz)
  • Closing Time: FT; McSweeney's #10: McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury Of Thrilling Tales edited by Michael Chabon, McSweeney's Books, 2002 (illustrated by Howard Chaykin); McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury Of Thrilling Tales edited by Michael Chabon, Vintage Books, 2002 (illustrated by Howard Chaykin); The Mammoth Book Of New Terror edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2004; Year's Best Fantasy 4 edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Eos/HarperCollins, 2004
  • Daughter Of Owls: Overstreet's Fan #9 (February 1996) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); SM; Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004; Tales Of The Unanticipated #18 (Fall/Winter/Spring 1997/1998)
  • December 7, 1995: ADT; Tori Amos Boys For Pele Tour Book: 1996-1997 Tour, 1996
  • Desert Wind: Robin Adnan Anders - Omaiyo CD, Rykodisc, 1998; SM
  • Diseasemaker's Croup: FT; The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide To Eccentric & Discredited Diseases edited by Jeff Vandermeer and Mark Roberts, Night Shade Books, 2003 (illustrated by John Coulhart); The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide To Eccentric & Discredited Diseases World Fantasy 2002 Medical Sampler, Night Shade Books, 2002
  • Don't Ask Jack: Don't Ask Jack San Diego Comic Con Print, 1995 (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); Overstreet's Fan #3 (August 1995) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); SM
  • The Facts In The Case Of The Departure Of Miss Finch: FT (US); Frank Frazetta Illustrated #3 (Fall 1998) (Alternate cover exists, illustrated by Tony Daniel); SM (UK); Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004; Tales Of The Unanticipated #20 (August 1999-April 2000) (illustrated by Suzanne Clarke); Tropicon XVII Book, 1998 (illustrated by Linda Michaels, William Rotsler, Peter "Mal" Barker, Peggy Ranson, and Shirlene Ananayo-Rawlik)
  • Featherquest: Imagine #14 (May 1984) (illustration by Ed Dovey)
  • Feeders And Eaters: FT; Keep Out The Night edited by Stephen Jones, PS Publishing, 2002 (illustrated by Randy Broecker); Shrouded By Darkness edited by Alison L. R. Davies, Telos, 2006; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Sixteenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 2003
  • Fifteen Painted Cards From A Vampire Tarot: The Art Of Vampire The Masquerade edited by Ken Cliffe and Carl Bowen, White Wolf, 1998; FT (US); The Mammoth Book Of Vampires (New Edition) edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2004; Necon 18 Book, 1998; SM (UK and E-Book Editions)
  • The Flints Of Memory Lane: ADT; Dancing With The Dark edited by Stephen Jones, Vista, 1997; FT
  • Forbidden Brides Of The Faceless Slaves In The Nameless House Of The Night Of Dread Desire: Fantasy: The Best Of 2004 edited by Karen Haber and Jonathan Strahan, ibooks, 2005; FT; Gothic edited by Deborah Noyes, Candlewick Press, 2004; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.16 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2005; The Mammoth Book Of Comic Fantasy (2005 edition), Robinson, 2005; The Mammoth Book Of new Comic Fantasy, Carroll & Graf, 2005
  • Foreign Parts; AV; Fantasy Tales V.12 #6 (Spring 1991) (illustrated by R. Rawling); The Giant Book Of Fantasy Tales edited by Stephen Jones and David Sutton, The Book Company, 1996; SM; Words Without Pictures edited by Steve Niles, Arcane/Eclipse, 1990
  • The Goldfish Pool And Other Stories: David Copperfield's Beyond Imagination edited by David Copperfield And Janet Berliner, HarperPrism, 1996 (illustrated by Cathie Bleck); SM
  • Goliath: FT; The Matrix Comics, Burlyman Entertainment, 2003 (illustrated by Bill Sienkiewicz and Gregory Ruth); http://whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com/rl_cmp/rl_neil_g_index.html (illustrated by Bill Sienkiewicz and Gregory Ruth)
  • Good Boys Deserve Favours: ADT; FT; Overstreet's Fan #5 (October 1995) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings)
  • Hallowe'en: ADT, Time Out #1367 (October 30-November 6 1996) (Alternate cover exists)
  • Harlequin Valentine: FT; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.11 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2000; Lisa Snellings' Strange Attraction edited by Edward E. Kramer, Shadowlands Press, 2000 (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003; World Horror Convention 1999 Book (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Thirteenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 2000
  • How Do You Think It Feels?: Bento Story Art Box edited by Kent Williams, Allen Spiegel Fine Arts, 2001 (illustrated by JB Lowe and Sharon Eisley); FT (US); In The Shadow Of The Gargoyle edited by Nancy Kilpatrick and Thomas S. Roche, Ace, 1998; SM (UK)
  • How To Sell The Ponti Bridge: Imagine #24 (March 1985) (illustrated by Keith Cooper); MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen)
  • How To Talk To Girls At Parties: The Best Science Fiction And Fantasy Of The Year Volume One edited by Jonathan Strahan, Night Shade Books, 2007; FT; Fantasy & Science Fiction V.112 #1 (January 2007); MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen)
  • I Cthulhu: Or What's A Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing In A Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47º 9' S, Longitude 126º 43' W)?: Dagon #16-17 (January/February-April/May 1987; I Cthulhu is in #16, follow-up letter is in #17); http://www.neilgaiman.com/exclusive/shortstories/chulthhustory
  • In The End (aka Apple): FT (US); SM (UK and E-Book Editions); Strange Kaddish edited by Clifford Lawrence Meth and Ricia Mainhardt, Aardwolf Publishing, 1996 (illustrated by William Shane D. Liddell); Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • Keepsakes And Treasures: A Love Story: 999 edited by Al Sarrantonio, Hill House Publishers/Cemetery Dance Publications (later Avon), 1999; FT; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Thirteenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 2000; See also comics listings as The Court
  • The Lady And/Or The Tiger by Neil Gaiman and Roz Kaveney: Weerde Book 1 devised by Neil Gaiman, Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney, Roc, 1992
  • Looking For The Girl: AV; Demon Sex edited by Amarantha Knight, RhinocEros, 1998; Penthouse (UK) V.20 #10 (October 1985) (illustrated by Terry Pastor); SM
  • Manuscript Found In A Milkbottle: Knave V.17 #8 (1985) (illustrated by Nigel Hills)
  • The Mapmaker: Ancient Emperor Chapbook, Hill House Publishers, 2003; FT; Holiday Mailing 2000: Ancient Emperor
  • The Monarch Of The Glen: FT; Legends II edited by Robert Silverberg, Voyager/HarperCollins, 2003; Legends II: Shadows, Gods, And Demons edited by Robert Silverberg, Del Rey/Ballantine, 2004; Legends II Volume Three audio book edited by Robert Silverberg, Random House, 2004
  • The Mouse: AV; SM; Touch Wood edited by Peter Crowther, Little Brown, 1993
  • Murder Mysteries: AV (illustrated by P. Craig Russell); Lower Than The Angels (abridged) edited by Vonnie Winslow Crist & David W. Kriebel, Lite Circle Books, 1999; Midnight Graffiti edited by Jessica Horsting and James Van Hise, Warner, 1992; Murder Most Divine edited by Ralph McInerny and Martin H. Greenberg, Cumberland House, 2000; SM; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Sixth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1993
  • My Life: FT; Sock Monkeys (200 Out Of 1863) by Arne Svenson and Ron Warren, Ideal World Books, 2002
  • Nicholas Was...: AV; Drabble II - Double Century edited by Rob Meades & David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1990; Holiday Mailing 1989: Nicholas Was...; Nicholas Was... Christmas Cards, Dark Horse, 2002 (illustrated by Michael Zulli); SM; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995; A Yuletide Universe edited by Brian M. Thomsen, Aspect/Warner Books, 2003; http://www.neilgaiman.com/works/books/smokemirrors/excerpt?format=hb; http://www.neilgaiman.net/warning-contains-language.php
  • October In The Chair: Conjunctions: 39 The New Wave Fabulists edited by Peter Straub, Bard, 2002 (illustrated by Gahan Wilson); FT; The Locus Awards edited by Charles N. Brown and Jonathan Strahan, Eos/HarperCollins, 2004; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.14 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2004; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); Year's Best Fantasy 3 edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Eos/HarperCollins, 2003
  • One Life, Furnished In Early Moorcock: SM; Stranger Kaddish edited by Jim Reeber and Clifford Lawrence Meth, Aardwolf Publishing, 1997 (illustrated by Paty); Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales Of The White Wolf edited by Edward E. Kramer and Richard Gilliam, White Wolf, 1994
  • Only The End Of The World Again: Lord Of The Fantastic edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Avon/Eos, 1998; On Cats & Dogs by Neil Gaiman, DreamHaven, 1997 (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); Shadows Over Innsmouth edited by Stephen Jones, Fedogan & Bremer, 1994 (illustrated by Martin McKenna); SM
  • Other People: Fantasy & Science Fiction V.101 #4-5 (October/November 2001); FT; NewMan October 2005 (illustrated by Sonny Liew)
  • Pages From A Journal Found In A Shoebox Left In A Greyhound Bus Somewhere Between Tulsa, Oklahoma, And Louisville, Kentucky: Tori Amos Scarlet's Walk Tour Book: Scarlet's Walk, 2002; FT; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Sixteenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 2003
  • The Price: Dark Terrors 3 edited by Stephen Jones and David Sutton, Victor Gollancz, 1997; Horror Express #5 (Summer 2005) (illustrated by Kirk Alberts); Live At The Aladdin, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, 2001; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); On Cats & Dogs by Neil Gaiman, DreamHaven, 1997 (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); The Saturday Hermes Thylacon II Convention Book, 1998; A Short Film About John Bolton DVD, Docu Rama, 2004; SM; Speaking In Tongues, DreamHaven, 2004
  • The Problem Of Susan: Flights edited by Al Sarrantonio, Roc, 2004; Flights II edited by Al Sarrantonio, Roc, 2006; FT; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.16 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 2005; Year’s Best Fantasy 5 edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Eos/HarperCollins, 2005
  • The Return Of The Thin White Duke (Story to be expanded at a later date): V #29 (Summer 2004) (illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano)
  • Shoggoth's Old Peculiar: Acolytes Of Cthulhu edited by Robert M. Price, Fedogan & Bremer, 2004; Magian Line V.2.2 (October 1994; excerpt); The Mammoth Book Of Comic Fantasy edited by Mike Ashley, Robinson, 1998; Shoggoth's Old Peculiar Chapbook by Neil Gaiman, DreamHaven, 2004 (illustrated by Jouni Koponen); SM; Taverns Of The Dead edited by Kealan Patrick Burke, Cemetery Dance, 2005; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Twelfth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Griffin, 1999; http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/2-2.html#III (Excerpt); http://www.neilgaiman.com/audio/audio/cbldf_american_gods.mp3
  • Sir Gawain And The Green Knight: May (Tale told in 12 parts, each by different author): British Fantasy Society 2005 Calendar, British Fantasy Society, 2004 (illustrated by Russel Dickerson)
  • Snow, Glass, Apples: Love In Vein II edited by Poppy Z. Brite, HarperPrism, 1994; SM; Snow, Glass, Apples Chapbook, DreamHaven, 1994 (illustrated by Charles Vess); The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Eighth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1995; http://www.holycow.com/dreaming/stories/snow.html
  • The Spirit Of Seventy Five: Guest Of Honor Will Eisner, Chicago Comicon, 1996
  • Strange Little Girls: Tori Amos Strange Little Girls Tour Book: Strange Days, 2001; FT
  • A Study In Emerald: FT; Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003 edited by Karen Haber and Jonathan Strahan, ibooks, 2004; Shadows Over Baker Street edited by Michael Reaves and John Pelan, Del Rey, 2003; A Study In Emerald Print, DreamHaven, 2005 (illustrated by Jouni Koponen); The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Seventeenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant, St. Martin's Griffin, 2004
  • Sunbird: Fantasy The Best Of The Year 2006 Edition edited by Rich Horton, Prime, 2006; Fantasy The Very Best Of 2005 edited by Jonathan Strahan, Locus Press, 2006; FT; MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); Noisy Outlaws, Unfriendly Blobs, And Some Other Things That Aren't As Scary, Maybe, Depending On How You Feel About Lost Lands, Stray Cellphones, Creatures From The Sky, Parents Who Disappear In Peru, A Man Named Lars Farf, And One Other Story We Couldn't Finish, So Maybe You Could Help Us Out edited by Ted Thompson with Eli Horowitz, McSweeney's Books, 2005 (illustrated by Peter de Seve); Year’s Best Fantasy 6 edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, Tachyon Publications, 2006
  • Sweeper Of Dreams: Overstreet's Fan #8 (January 1996) (sculpture by Lisa Snellings); SM
  • Sweet Justice: Judge Dredd Annual 1988, IPC, 1987 (illustrated by Lee Baulch); Judge Dredd Yearbook 1995 ('updated' by Alison Potter without Gaiman's knowledge), Fleetway, 1994 (illustrated by Kevin Cullen)
  • Tastings: Sirens And Other Daemon Lovers edited by Ellen Datlow And Terri Windling, HarperPrism, 1998; SM
  • Troll Bridge: AV (Illustrated by Charles Vess); Cicada V.1 #6 (July/August 1999) (illustrated by David Miles); Comic World #30 (August 1994) (illustrated by Mark Buckingham); Fantasy Stories edited by Mike Ashley, Robinson Children's Books, 1996 (illustrated by Douglas Carrell); MM (illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen); The Prentice Hall Anthology Of Science Fiction And Fantasy edited by Garyn G. Roberts, Prentice Hall, 2001; Previews V.III #8 (August 1993); The Random House Book Of Fantasy Stories edited by Mike Ashley, Random House, 1997 (illustrated by Douglas Carrell); Realms Of Fantasy V.1 #1 (October 1994) (illustrated by Gary Lippincott); SM; Snow White, Blood Red edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, AvoNova/William Morrow, 1993; Warning: Contains Language, DreamHaven, 1995; The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror Seventh Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, St. Martin's Press, 1994
  • Very Short Story: Wired V.14 #11 (November 2006)
  • Wall: A Prologue: A Fall Of Stardust, Green Man Press, 1999; Stardust by Neil Gaiman, Review, 2005; Stardust by Neil Gaiman, Harper Perennial, 2006
  • Webs: AV (illustrated by Steve Bissette); The British Fantasy Society - A Celebration edited by Paul Kane and Marie O'Regan, The British Fantasy Society, 2006; Comics Scoreboard #48 (October 1993); More Tales From The Forbidden Planet edited by Roz Kaveney, Titan, 1990 (illustrated by Simon Bisley)
  • We Can Get Them For You Wholesale: AV; Bangs & Whimpers: Stories About The End Of The World edited by James Frenkel, Roxbury Park/Lowell House, 1999; Knave V.16 #7 (1984) (illustrated by Russel Walker); SM; Winter Chills #3 (1989) (illustrated by Sylvia Starshine)
  • The Wedding Present: Dark Terrors 4 edited by Stephen Jones and David Sutton, Victor Gollancz, 1998; The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror V.10 edited by Stephen Jones, Robinson, 1999; SM; Telling Tales, DreamHaven, 2003
  • When We Went To See The End Of The World By Dawnie Morningside, Age 11 1/4: The Apocalypse Readed edited by Justin Taylor, Thunder's Mouth Press, 2007; Scary 2 edited by Peter Haining, Souvenir Press, 2002; SM
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Round robin): Time Out #956/7 (December 14-28 1988)

Everything Else

  • Art commentary: The Alchemy Of MirrorMask by Dave McKean, Collins Design, 2005
  • Art commentary: Dustcovers: The Collected Sandman Covers 1989-1997, Vertigo/DC, 1997
  • Blog entries: ADT; http://www.neilgaiman.com/journal/weblog_view
  • Change Or Die ; Roundtable discussion: The One Collection, King Hell Press, 1989
  • Character Sketches For Tekno Comix: Magian Line V.2.3 (April 1995); http://www.woxberg.net/gaiman/magian/2-3.html#V
  • Complications credit: Redfox #19, Valkyrie Press, 1989
  • The Coolest Thing I Know; Quote: Details October 1999
  • Creative Consultant credit: World Walkthrough: Fas Ferox, Lulu.com, 2006
  • Death; Who's who entry: Who's Who In The DC Universe #8, DC, 1991
  • A Farewell From Friends Of Bone; Quote: Previews V.XIII #10 (October 2003)
  • Garden Correspondent credit: Skeleton Crew V.2 #2 (August 1990)
  • Neil Gaiman; Interview: Voices Of Vision by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, Bison Books, 2005
  • Neil Gaiman; Interview: Writers On Comics Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury, Titan Books, 1999
  • Neil Gaiman Interview; Interview: Following Cerebus #5, Aardvark-Vanaheim, 2005
  • Good Omens; Interview: Giants Of The Genre by Michael McCarty, Wildside Press, 2003
  • Legendary Sandman Scribe Neil Gaiman On Cricket Bats, How To Rid Your Balcony Of Vultures & A Town Called Gaiman; Interview: Vertigo X Anniversary Preview, Vertigo/DC, 2003
  • Magical Sayings (Invisible Advice): A Really Useful Book, Dark Horse, 2005
  • A Man For All Seasons; Interview: Comic Book Rebels: Conversations With The Creators Of The New Comics edited by Stanley Wiater and Stephen R. Bissette, Donald I. Fine, Inc, 1993
  • Professional Secrets; Advice: Write Now! #11 (January 2006)
  • Quotes: Dark Thoughts On Writing by Stanley Wiater, Underworld Books, 1997
  • Quotes: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy 25th Anniversary Illustrated Collector's Edition by Douglas Adams, Harmony Books, 2004
  • Quotes: Hot Tips From Top Comics Creators edited by Don Markstein, Fictioneer Books, 1994
  • Quotes: A Writer's Guide To The Business Of Comics by Lurene Haines, Stabur Press, 1995
  • Summer Reading List by various including Neil Gaiman, The Comics Journal #131 (September 1989)
  • Tekno Comix - Created various characters, including Mr. Hero, Lady Justice and Teknophage, which were developed and written by others
  • Transcription of Neil Gaiman reading Alan Moore's words at the Julie Schwartz memorial service: Alter Ego #40 (September 2004)

Unknown contributions in City Limits, The Good Book Guide, News On Sunday, The Observer Colour Supplement, Penthouse (UK), Publishing News, SHE, The Sunday Times Of London, Time Out, Today, and The Truth

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