Neil Gaiman in conversation with Marlon James

Monday 26th October 2020
20:00 at Waterstones, Online Events

The Neil Gaiman Reader: Selected Fiction

Neil Gaiman in conversation with Marlon James

A transatlantic virtual event with independent booksellers in both the UK and USA

in association with William Morrow and Headline Publishing Group


Monday 26th October

4pm EST / 8pm GMT


Join Neil Gaiman and Marlon James for this very special one-night virtual event to celebrate the publication of The Neil Gaiman Reader: Selected Fiction

With a writer as eclectic as Neil Gaiman, where do you begin? Or how do you know what to read next?

Spanning his career to date, this collection of ambitious, ground-breaking and endlessly imaginative fiction will be your guide. Introduced with a foreword by Booker Prize-winning author Marlon James, it is both an entryway to his oeuvre and a literary trove Gaiman fans old and new will return to time and again.

Start where it suits you. There aren't any rules.



The conversation between Neil and Marlon will be pre-recorded and Neil will join the event to answer attendee questions in a live chat following the discussion broadcast.

Tickets come with a copy of The Neil Gaiman Reader. These will be posted after the event. UK postage only, please do not purchase a ticket if you cannot provide a valid UK postal address as you will not receive the book and may still be charged. 


Waterstones, Online Events
Monday 26th October 2020

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