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by Neil Gaiman,Stephen Jones
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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Neil Gaiman,Stephen Jones
  • ISBN:
    0963094408
  • ISBN13:
    978-0963094407
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  • Publisher:
    DreamHaven Books (1991)
  • Pages:
    93 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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    4.7
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Alex Stewart, David Sutton and Gene Wolfe.

Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones have gathered together a unique collection of funny, frivolous and frightening poems by thirty of the world's best known science fiction, fantasy and horror authors. You are guaranteed to scream with laughter and chuckle in fear as you enter the warped imaginations of these masters of the macabre, for better or verse. Alex Stewart, David Sutton and Gene Wolfe.

Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones have gathered together a unique collection of funny, frivolous and frightening poems . Used books may not include companion materials; notes or highlighting may be present.

Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones have gathered together a unique collection of funny, frivolous and frightening poems by thirty of the world's best known science fiction.

Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones have gathered together a unique collection of funny, frivolous and . I have also long been a fan of Neil Gaiman. I picked this up as a gift, but had to check it out before giving it away, and found the best nonsensical/horror poetry I've seen since that of Mr Gorey. As a matter of fact, I immediately called all of my local comics and bookstores, trying to track down a few more copies, so I could give them to all my family, also Gorey fans.

Now we are Sick", Now we are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse, eds. Gaiman and Stephen Jones (1991). The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection (2004) (Children's stories: "Wolves in the Walls", "Day I Swapped my Dad for Two Goldfish", "Cinnamon", "Crazy Hair"). An Honest Answer" (illustrated by Bryan Talbot), Wiindows No. 21 (1993). Cinnamon", Overstreet's Fan No. 4, Gemstone (1995).

Now We Are Sick book. Poems by: Brian Aldiss, Neil Gaiman and Stephen Jones have gathered together a unique collection of funny, frivolous and frightening poems by thirty of the world's best known science fiction, fantasy and horror authors.

Used availability for Neil Gaiman's Now We Are Sick. January 1991 : USA Hardback. August 2005 : USA Paperback.

by Rudyard Kipling · Stephen Jones · Neil Gaiman. Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse. by Neil Gaiman · Jo Fletcher · John M. Ford · Stephen Gallagher · David Garnett · John Grant · Colin Greenland · James Herbert · Richard Hill · Diana Wynne Jones · Garry Douglas Kilworth · Stephen Jones · Harry Adam Knight · . Lafferty · Samatha Lee · Alan Moore · Kim Newman · Ian Pemble · Terry Pratchett · Jessica Amanda Salmonson · Jody Scott · . Somtow · Brian W. Aldiss · Alex Stewart · David A. Sutton · Gene Wolfe · Sharon.

Cover by Graham Wilson

Cover by Graham Wilson. A long awaited poetry anthology Collecting the works of Brian Aldiss, Sharon Baker, Robert Bloch, Ramsey Campbell, Simon Ian Childer, Storm Constantine, Galad Elflandsson, Jo Fletcher, John M. Ford, Stephen Gallagher, David Garnett, John Grant, Colin Greenland, James Herbert, Richard Hill, Diana Wynne Jones, Garry Kilworth, Harry Adam Knight, . Lafferty, Samantha Lee, Alan Moore, Kim Newman, Ian Pemble, Terry Pratchet, Jessica.

Then he’d tried believing in the Universe, which seemed sound enough until he’d innocently started reading new books with words like Chaos and Time and Quantum in the titles. He’d found that even the people whose job of work was, so to speak, the Universe, didn’t really believe in it and were actually quite proud of not knowing what it really was or even if it could theoretically exist. They’re more for the sinking o’ things, ye ken. Newt’s mouth opened and shut a few times. If we’re strong in the fight against witchery we can’t afford to be sidetracked by this style o’ thing, Shadwell went on. Haven’t ye got anything more witchcrafty?

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