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With characters like Coraline and the Sandman to his name, Neil Gaiman is one of the best-loved authors in the world today, a creative force in comics, fiction, and the movies and TV, a serial award-winner, and a social media phenomenon whose every work is a guaranteed number-one bestseller.
Told in Neil's own words and enriched with visuals from his own archive, Hayley Campbell brilliantly evokes the literary and comics scene of 1980s London and places pop culture milestones in the context of a busy, multistranded creative life, making sense of Gaiman's diverse career, relating it to his storytelling gifts, his talent for being in the right place at the right time, and his passionate drive to, as he himself has put it, 'Make Good Art.'
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