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Essays By Neil

The Bride of Frankenstein
from Cinema Macabre edited by Mark Morris
Terry Pratchett: An Appreciation
Neil Gaiman on Dave McKean by Neil Gaiman
All Books Have Genders by Neil Gaiman (February, 2001)
Originally published on bn.com and Powells.com
How Dare You by Neil Gaiman (March, 2001)
How can an Englishman write a novel about American myths and culture? The following essay was originally posted on Borders.com to coincide with the publication of American Gods.
SIMCITY by Neil Gaiman
Neil wrote this essay for SIMCITY.
Where do you get your ideas? by Neil Gaiman (1997)
The question authors fear most ... Neil tackles it here.
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett at EosCon IV, 2001
Neil and Terry share their thoughts on their books, chat symbols and more at EosConIV, 2001.
"Some Strangeness in the Proportion: The Exquisite Beauties of Edgar Allan Poe."