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Wrote the comic book limited series, "Death: The High Cost of Living".

Wrote the Sandman comic series and two spin-off mini series featuring the character, Death.

(1999) Wrote the illustrated novel "Sandman: The Dream Hunters", illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano.

Wrote the story for issue #9 of Todd McFarlane's comic book, "Spawn".

Wrote the children's book, "The Day I Traded My Dad for Two Goldfish"

Novel, "Stardust," Published by HarperCollins Publishers, New York City, NY, Copyright 1999, ISBN0-06-093471-9.

Writer of numerous comics, including "Black Orchid", "Violent Cases", "Death: the High Cost of Living" and the legendary "Sandman".

Author of "Don't Panic: The Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Companion" (1988), a reference guide to the world of Douglas Adams.

Author of "Now We Are Sick" (1986) with Stephen Jones, a collection of macabre poems. The title parodies "Now We Are Six" by A.A. Milne.

Author of Ghastly Beyond Belief" (1991) with Kim Newman, an hilarious collection of bad quotations from science fiction stories, blurbs and movie ads.

Novel: "American Gods"

Novel: "Neverwhere"

Novel: "Smoke and Mirrors"

Comic book (with John Romita Jr.): "Eternals"

Essay, "Ghosts in the Machines," The New York Times, October 31, 2006

Novel, "Anansi Boys," New York City, NY, HarperCollins Publishers, 2005, ISBN0-06-051518-8, 352 pages.

Short Story, "Other People," Published in "The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (USA)," Volume 101, No. 4 & 5 (Whole No. 600), October/November 2001.

Short Story Collection, "Fragile Things," Published by HarperCollins Publishers, New York City, NY, Copyright 2006, ISBN0-06-051522-5.

Article, "Happily Ever After," Published in "The Guardian (UK)," 13 October 2007.

Wrote a children's book, The Dangerous Alphabet, with Gris Grimly making the illustrations. Book published by Harper Collins in 2008.

(2010-2011) His novel, "Neverwhere," was adapted by Robert Kauzlaric at the Lifeline Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Alan Donahue was scenic designer. Mikhail Fiksel composed original incidental music and sound designer. Kevin D. Gawley was lighting designer. Elizabeth Powell Wislar was costume designer. Kimberly G. Morris was puppet designer.


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