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Neil Gaiman Delves Deep Into Norse Myths for New Book
New York Times
The novelist Neil Gaiman has been fascinated by Norse mythology since he was a boy. When he was about 7, he read Jack Kirby's comic “The Mighty Thor,” about the hammer-wielding Nordic god. He moved on to Roger Lancelyn Green's “Myths of the ...
Neil Gaiman to Tackle Norse Mythology With a New Nonfiction NovelGizmodo
Neil Gaiman is rewriting Norse Mythology in his new bookThe Verge
Neil Gaiman to release Norse mythology retellingEntertainment Weekly
Nerdist -Inverse -Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Neil Gaiman's next project is an ambitious, nonfiction retelling of Norse mythology
Pictured above: Skyrim. You try finding pictures of actual ancient Norsemen. Image resolution back then was shaky, at best. He's never been shy about his love for all things Norse mythology, and now geek icon Neil Gaiman has announced his next project ...
Neil Gaiman announces new Norse mythology novelRadio Times

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Entertainment Weekly

Neil Gaiman is really glad he didn't take that job at Penthouse — exclusive
Entertainment Weekly
The dreams of Neil Gaiman fans will come true when a new documentary about the Sandman scribe and all-around fantasy overlord is released on Vimeo on July 8. Titled Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously and directed by Patrick Meaney, features ...
'Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously': First clip from Sequart/Respect Films' new documentaryThe Reel Bits

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Los Angeles Times

Neil Gaiman on making art, mistakes and his 'View from the Cheap Seats'
Los Angeles Times
Neil Gaiman is as big a rock star as you'll find in the literary world, and not just because he's close friends with actual rock star Tori Amos or married to Amanda Palmer, one half of rock duo the Dresden Dolls. He's a rock star because he succeeds at ...
Neil Gaiman: boredom is a writer's best friendVox

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Here And Now

Author Neil Gaiman Releases Collection Of Non-Fiction Work10:26
Here And Now
Writer Neil Gaiman attends the screening for "Coraline" during the Entertainment Weekly CapeTown Film Festival Presented By The American Cinematheque & Sponsored By TNT's "Falling Skies" at the Egyptian Theatre on May 5, 2013 in Hollywood, ...

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