Adventures in the Dream Trade

by Neil Gaiman

updated 13 February 2002

We are now accepting advance orders

In order to make sure that Neil's fans will be able to get a copy,
there will be a limit to how many books any individual will be able to order in advance.
Being a Boskone Book,
Adventures in the Dream Trade, will be sold first to members of Boskone 39.
Remaining copies will be available for order by mail.
We anticipate shipping mail-order copies about March 1st, 2002.
This is a limited hardcover edition of
10 lettered boxed and signed copies (presentation copies — not for sale)
290 numbered boxed and signed copies
1700 numbered trade copies

cover photo Edited by Anthony Lewis and Priscilla Olson

Cover by Stephen Hickman; cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis

Hardcover state ISBN 1-886778-37-X, $26.

Slipcased state ISBN 1-886778-38-8, $40

8.8"x5.8", 286pp, February 2002


This volume contains the American Gods web log, plus stories, songs, poems, and essays.

Table of Contents

The Introduction (by John M. Ford)

Mostly Introductions and Essays

Poetry

Songs written for the Flash Girls

American Gods Web Log

Fiction

On Gaiman

Neil Gaiman

Here’s the problem—the constraints of this format mean we have to present a linear description of Neil Gaiman. But Neil Gaiman is a multi-dimensional—as well as a multi-media—creator. So, what you read here is a shadow of a projection. Some points to determine that line—born in the UK; came to the US in 1992; lives in the Upper Midwest. He writes; he writes songs, poems, short stories, novels—both graphic and prose. He writes by himself; he collaborates with Terry Pratchett. He edits anthologies. Probably as a result of his British schooling, he writes essays—excellent ones; sometimes they sneak in as introduction, forewords, or afterwords to someone else’s book. Often the book is only a launching platform into the vasty reaches of bibilospace. Oh, yes, he wrote The Sandman graphic novels. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” received the 1991 Best Short Story World Fantasy Award—imagine that, a prestigious award given to a comic book. For more information about Neil’s coming and goings and doings, look at his website.

Stephen Hickman

Boskone 39’s Official Artist was the first recipient of the annual juried Jack Gaughan Award for Emerging Artist presented at Boskone 23 in 1986. Since that time his book covers have won him a number of Chesley Awards from the Association of Science Fiction Artists. He won the 1994 Best Original Artwork Hugo for his Space Fantasy Commemorative Stamp Booklet issued by the USPS.  He has also created set designs,  comic book covers, and gaming materials. His art has been included in many of the annual collections of best science fiction and fantasy art. More information and samples of his artwork can be seen at his website.


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