Tagged Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman Runs Out of Cash

Neil Gaiman has reached a point that many first time Doctor Who writers come to when creating their script for the show, in terms of his imagination on the page and the budget that has been allocated for the episode not merging well! The writer has been blogging recently about his experiences when writing for…

Terraphiles To Come A Week Early

You may recall our enthusiastic report (and believe us, we’re still still just as stoked a month later) concerning the fast-approaching Doctor Who novel:  The Coming of the Terraphiles by Michael Moorcock (whose legendary status is right up there with Neil Gaiman’s). Forbidden Planet has decided to up-the-awesome and host a book signing with Moorcock…

“They Let Me Write!”

Neil Gaiman has talked about his latest book, The Graveyard Boy, in an interview with the BBC. Gaiman mentions his influences that helped him shape his career that would later come. When asked if coming from a comic book writing background, did he worry that he wasn’t being taken seriously he replied: “I think being…

Next Series News!

It’s not been a week since The Big Bang, and reports are already surfacing about the progress of and what is to be expected from Series 6 (or as we prefer here at Kasterborous, the traditional title of Season 32)! First, Digital Spy’s recent interview with some guy who thinks he’s in charge named Steven…

2011 Writers Named?

Have several writers for the 2011 series of Doctor Who been discovered? Apparently so according to Digital Spy. Paul Cornell (who wrote Father’s Day, 2005 and Human Nature/Family of Blood, 2007) may be returning to pen a new episode as well as Tom MacRae (Rise of the Cybermen/Age of Steel, 2006). Cornell dismissed the news…

Gaiman’s Graveyard Award

Future Doctor Who writer and brilliant fantasy author Neil Gaiman has won the prestigious children’s fiction prize – the Cilip Carnegie Medal – for his fantasy tale The Graveyard Book. The novel about a small boy brought up by ghosts achieved a literary double by also picking up the Newbury medal – the US equivalent…

Short Stories are Not Fish From Space…

… because the Saturnynians were rendered extinct in The Vampires of Venice, remember? An interview conducted by BBC News primarily designed to promote Stories (a soon-to-be-available compilation of short stories by various authors that was co-edited by Stardust, Coraline, and Season-32-Episode-3 (?) writer Neil Gaiman) addressed the issue of whether short stories are dead by…

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