Neil Gaiman is a writer of impossible range, having written short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films.
He’s won numerous awards for his work and been regularly adapted for television and film.
There’s so much material for you to go for – we’ve highlighted the best stuff.
Our Top Neil Gaiman Works
Smoke and Mirrors
Gaiman’s first mainstream collection of short stories.
Modern retellings of classic Norse myths, with a Gaiman spin.
A classic Gaiman novel.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
A deeply intimate and personal story, set in rural England.
A delightful, straightforward (for Gaiman) fairy tale.
This work with Terry Pratchett is two masters of their craft at work. Everyone loves this one.
A classic tale of early
His iconic work. A
1990 Good Omens
2001 American Gods
2005 Anansi Boys
2008 The Graveyard Book
2013 The Silver Dream
2013 The Ocean at the End of the Lane
2015 Eternity’s Wheel
1997 The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish
2003 The Wolves in the Walls
2008 Odd and the Frost Giants
2008 The Dangerous Alphabet
2009 Blueberry Girl
2009 Crazy Hair
2013 Chu’s Day
2013 Fortunately, the Milk
2014 Chu’s First Day of School
2014 Hansel and Gretel
2014 The Sleeper and the Spindle
Collected Short Stories and Poetry
1993 Angels and Visitations: A Miscellany
1998 Smoke and Mirrors
2006 Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders
2007 M Is for Magic
2009 Who Killed Amanda Palmer: A Collection of Photographic Evidence
2015 Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances
Filmography (as writer)
2003 A Short Film About John Bolton (writer)
2005 MirrorMask (writer)
2007 Beowulf (writer)
Television (as writer)
1998 Babylon 5
2009 10 Minute Tales
2011–2013 Doctor Who
2017 American Gods
2019 Good Omens
Gaiman has published a huge array of comics for various publishers and imprints.
He is still published by DC/Vertigo, having begun in 1988 with a stint at Marvel from 1994 – 2007