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29 Sep 2007 Bath Festival of Children's Literature
02 Oct 2007 Neil Gaiman in conversation with Claire Armitstead
17 Nov 2014 Fantasy Matters Conference

September 29, 2007

Bath Festival of Children's Literature

Location:
Saturday, 6:00pm

Location: The Forum
http://www.bathkidslitfest.co.uk/event_J19.htm

World famous for his Sandman graphic novel series, and acclaimed as a children's author for his novel Coraline, and his picture books which include The Wolves in the Walls and The day I Swapped my Dad for Two Goldfish, Neil Gaiman is one of today's great cult writers. In this book festival exclusive, Neil Gaiman travels from America to talk about his writing, his films and some of the many influences on his incredible imagination. Supported by Bloomsbury Children's Books.
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October 2, 2007

Neil Gaiman in conversation with Claire Armitstead

Location:
Tuesday, 6:00pm

Location: The Criterion, Piccadilly

Neil Gaiman in conversation with Claire Armitstead, literary editor of the Guardian The Criterion, Piccadilly Book signing following the event. The film of Stardust premieres in London on Wednesday 3 October. We have a pair of tickets to the premiere: all ticket-holders to the Hay Festival event at The Criterion will be entered into a draw and the winner announced at the book signing.

Tickets £5
Book at http://www.hayfestival.com/
or 0870 990 1299.

"Probably worth mentioning that the Criterion seats 600 people, which is slightly less than the last event in London, a year ago, so if you want to be sure that you can come, get tickets early."
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November 16-18, 2007

Fantasy Matters Conference

Location:
Friday - Sunday

Location: University of Minnesota
http://www.fantasymatters.org/html/reads.html
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