English author Neil Gaiman has created and written novels, comic books, short stories and graphic novels. A winner of countless literary awards, including the prestigious Newbery and Carnegie medals for his 2008 work, The Graveyard Book, Gaiman is truly an author to be reckoned with.
Several of Gaiman’s writings have been adapted into film, most notably Coraline and Stardust. Beyond the silver screen, Gaiman has also written episodes for the long-running science fiction series Doctor Who.
Well-known for vocalizing his support of file sharing, Gaiman uses a book borrowing analogy to explain how readers discover new authors, resulting in purchases, which is similar to sharing free, artist authorized content.
In the video below, Gaiman addresses the subject of file sharing with Open Rights Group.
We’ve curated a collection of Gaiman’s works that he’s made available through various outlets in ebook torrent and audio/video format. For anyone unfamiliar with his writing we hope this will serve as good introduction and inspire you to purchase complete versions from his online store.
The Graveyard Book (Gaiman reads live with illustration)
American Gods (first five chapters are available for free)
Neverwhere (read the first chapter)
Are you a Gaiman fan? What do you think about Gaiman’s view point on file sharing?
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