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Upcoming Events

June 15, 2010

Neil Gaiman Returns to Columbia Teachers College

Tuesday, 7:00pm

Teachers College - Columbia University
Cowin Center Auditorium
525 West 120th Street (on the corner of 120th & Broadway)
New York, NY 10027

For questions call 212.678.3920

This event is not ticketed; seats are free and available first come/first serve. The space holds approximately 600.

The final list of panelist is:
Kurt Andersen
Lawrence Block
Jeffrey Ford
Neil Gaiman
Joe Hill
Kat Howard
Walter Mosley
** unfortunately, Al Sarrantonio will not be in attendance

August 7, 2010

Neil Gaiman: The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains

Saturday, 8:00pm

Neil Gaiman: The Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains
Illustrations: Eddie Campbell
Music: FourPlay String Quartet

Sydney Opera House
Concert Hall
Sat 7 Aug, 8pm

In a world first, Gaiman will read aloud his previously unreleased story  Mountains, in the spectacular surrounds of the Concert Hall. Sydney Opera House has commissioned the renowned artist Eddie Campbell to illustrate the story and FourPlay String Quartet to create an entirely new underscore to the story.

Event page:

September 26, 2010

Boston Public Library: Literary Lights for Children

Sunday, 2:00pm

The Associates of the Boston Public Library will hold the twelfth Literary Lights for Children tea party on Sunday, September 26th in the beautiful Bates Reading Room at the Boston Public Library. Starting at 2:00 in the afternoon, the event will honor these four authors, all of whom will speak to the audience. After the party, there will be book sales and signing in the adjacent Abbey Room.

"Literary Lights for Children" seeks to raise awareness of Children's literature, promote literacy, honor children's authors, and raise money for the Library's children's services and collections. Four students selected from Boston area schools introduce and present the awards to each of the honored authors. The honorees then discuss their writing careers and share their love of books with the audience of over 450 children and adults. Tea refreshments are served. Immediately following the event, there will be book sales and signings with the authors. The book sales & signing portion of the program following the event begins at approximately 3:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Tickets are $60 per adult and $40 per child; children must be accompanied by an adult. Sponsorship opportunities are also available at the Grand Benefactor ($2,000), Special Benefactor ($1000), Benefactor ($500) and Patron ($250) levels. People are encouraged to sponsor children who would otherwise be unable to participate, by purchasing and donating extra tickets to the awards presentation & tea party. Proceeds from this event will fund children's services and special programs for children and young adults.

For more information and sponsorship opportunities, please contact the
Associates Office 617.536.3886.


October 3, 2010

The New Yorker Festival 2010

Sunday, 1:00pm

I'll be interviewed by Dana Goodyear for the New Yorker Festival on Sunday October the 3rd at 1.00 pm.

Complete Schedule:

Tickets will go on sale Friday 10 September at noon, Eastern time. http://www.newyorker.com/festival/tickets for info.

January 15, 2011

Secret Midnight Practice Gig (Hobart, Australia)

Saturday, 12:01-1:00am

WHERE: Brisbane Hotel

"Tonight Amanda plays a secret midnight practice gig as a rehearsal for her new Australian band (it's at the Brisbane Hotel. You didn't hear it from me), and she's invited me along to do something onstage, but I suspect that if I've been up since 6 am, I may not feel like performing or even feel like being awake at midnight. We'll see."

January 15, 2011

Mona Foma Main Stage: Neil and Amanda

Saturday, 8:00-11:00pm

WHERE: Mona Foma Main Stage

8pm: Neil reads THE TRUTH IS A CAVE IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS, accompanied by FourPlay and Eddie Campbell paintings.

9:30pm: Amanda performs.

"Tomorrow both Amanda and I play at the Mona Foma Main Stage (it's on the other side of the white building in the photo). I go on at 8 pm to read THE TRUTH IS A CAVE IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS, with FourPlay accompanying me, and Eddie Campbell paintings (and, I hope, Eddie Campbell there too, but am not yet certain about Eddie: he's coming from flooded Brisbane, after all).

Amanda goes on at 9:30pm."

January 26, 2011

Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under - An Australia Day Spectacular , guest starring Neil Gaiman


Sydney Opera House
Concert Hall
Main Stage

"Amanda's playing Sydney Opera House Main Stage on the 26th of January, and she's decided she wants other people up on the stage, for guest spots, and, because I loved playing the Opera House last year, I've agreed to be one of them.

Not sure what I'll do yet -- either some "Best Of..." moments, or something completely new.

Either way, it's bound to be an extremely unlikely evening."

More Info
April 12, 2011

Neil Gaiman and Audrey Niffenegger

Location: Chicago, IL
Tuesday, 6:00-7:00pm

Gaiman is joined by visual artist and writer Audrey Niffenegger (Her Fearful Symmetry, The Time Travelerâs Wife) for a conversation about imagination and creativity.

Harold Washington Library Center, Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
400 S. State Street


April 13, 2011

Neil Gaiman Reading and Lecture

Location: Chicago, IL
Wednesday, 7:00-8:00pm

Join us to hear from @neilhimself (as his over 1.5 million Twitter followers know him) about writing, life, art and what became of Richard Mayhew.
Presented in partnership with the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, University of Chicago
5850 S. Woodlawn Avenue


April 14, 2011

An Evening with Neil Gaiman

Location: New York, NY
Thursday, 7:00-9:00pm

Author, graphic novelist, and screenwriter Neil Gaiman (Sandman, American Gods, Coraline, The Graveyard Book) has been described by the Dictionary of Literary Biography as "one of the top ten living post-modern writers." Join Paul Levitz, former publisher of DC Comics and lecturer at Columbia University's Center for American Studies as he talks with Gaiman about his life and his writing.

Presented by the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies and the Center for American Studies, Columbia University.

Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th street


April 27, 2011

Selected Shorts: Magical Realism: The World of Marvelous Stories with Neil Gaiman

Location: New York, NY
Wednesday, 7:00pm

Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
$27; Member $23; 30 & Under $15 (SOLD OUT!)
Standing Room Tickets Will Be Available the Day of Show

Neil Gaiman hosts an evening of haunting tales from around the world, in which the everyday intersects with fantastic and magical occurrences.


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