Neil Gaiman is a major author of fantasy and science fiction in multiple media. His 2001 novel American Gods won both Hugo and Nebula Awards, and his comic book series The Sandman ran for 75 issues from 1989 until 1996. He has also written for film and television, including scripting the 1996 BBC series Neverwhere, as well as episodes of Babylon 5, Doctor Who, and The Simpsons.
Fairy Tales about the Modern World
"He transcended genre and became a genre of one; often emulated, absolutely inimitable."...