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novels

Fictional works of over 100 pages or with over 40,000 words.

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childrens fiction

Fictional works for juvenille or young adult audiences.

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short stories

Short fiction, including vignettes (4 pages or 1000 words), short stories (4-20 pages or 1,000-7,499 words), novelettes (21-45 pages or 7,500-17,499 words) and novellas (46-100 pages or 17,500-39,999 words). Illustrations may be included but are not primary to the storytelling.

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poems

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songs

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illustrated stories

Illustrated fiction in which the storytelling is not panel driven but illustration is part of the storytelling process.

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collections

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anthologies (Neil edited)

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anthologies

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comics

Illustrated fiction in which the storytelling is panel driven. Includes individual issues of a series and also one-shot stories which were not serialized.

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comic series

Illustrated fiction in which the storytelling is panel driven and the stories were originally released as a serial or part of a serial.

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television

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film

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videorecordings

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audiorecordings

Recordings either related to or including Neil's work.

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theater

Musicals and plays for the stage and for radio.

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nonfiction

Nonfiction works of over 100 pages or with over 40,000 words.

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short nonfiction

Journalism, articles, and book reviews.

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prefaces

Introductions, forwards and prefaces.

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people

Illustrators, editors, authors and other collaborators.

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related works

Books about Neil and/or his work.

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