Neil Gaiman

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(1960 --)

A British-born pro writer who lives in the US. He has written Hugo-winning sf and fantasy novels and short fiction, as well as having an extensive career in script writing and comics. He has become e media star.

Awards, Honors and GoHships:


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Also involved with: 1993 World Fantasy Convention - 2000 Best Related Book Hugo - 2004 Best Short Story Hugo - 2006 Best Novel Hugo - 2007 Best Short Story Hugo - 2008 Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Hugo - 2010 Best Graphic Story Hugo - 2012 Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form Hugo - Arcana 27 - BSFA Award - Cepheid Variable - Ed Kramer - ICFA 34 - Julie Award - Lisa Snellings - Microcon 8 - Science Fiction Foundation
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