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Baker, Bill (Hg.): Neil Gaiman On His Work and Career. A Conversation with Bill Baker. (Talking with Graphic Novelists.) New York: Rosen, 2008. (118 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9781404210783
BibTeX citation key: Baker2008e
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Categories: General
Keywords: Authorial poetics, Biography, Gaiman. Neil, Interview, United Kingdom
Creators: Baker
Publisher: Rosen (New York)
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Neil Gaiman is the well-known and hugely popular writer of numerous fantasy and science fiction works, including many graphic novels. His series, The Sandman, became a cultural phenomenon and produced a devout following. These interviews offer an illuminating look into Gaiman's work and career. Gaiman discusses storytelling, the themes in his work, current and future projects, the adaptation of his work for film and television, and his work habits and family life.

Table of Contents

Interview: All He Has to Do Is Dream (4)
Interview: Running Down a Dream (43)
Interview: The Last Guardian Angel Visitation (86)

Selected Works (97)
Selected Awards (102)
Glossary (107)
For More Information (110)
For Further Reading (112)
Index (113)

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