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Monday, April 08, 2013

YOUR LONG, PAINFUL WAIT IS OVER! A Cover is Revealed!


This is the cover of the UK edition of Fortunately, The Milk, illustrated by the amazing Chris Riddell.

And when I say illustrated, I mean there is a glorious Chris Riddell drawing on pretty much every page.



This is quite possibly the most exciting adventure ever to be written about milk since Tolstoy's epic novel War and Milk. It has aliens, pirates, dinosaurs and wumpires in it (but not the handsome, misunderstood kind), also a never-adequately-explained-bowl-of-piranhas, not to mention a Volcano God.

It will now be released on the same day as the US edition, September the 17th.

If you are wondering what Fortunately, The Milk is about, here is a video of me describing it:





REMINDER:

I'LL BE ON THE ROAD A LOT THIS SUMMER AND AUTUMN.

The information on where I will be will be continually updated over at  Where's Neil, which is http://www.neilgaiman.com/where/. (It looks like the thing I've cut and pasted in below.)

The Portland signing has already sold out. The London Royal Society of Literature event has sort of sold out -- they're not selling any more tickets but are keeping a large handful to go out on the day.

 Canadian dates and Summer UK dates and events haven't been announced yet. And then there's the Autumnal Amazing FORTUNATELY THE MILK special event I am not even allowed to mention here...


05 May 2013Los Angeles, CAEW CapeTown Festival: Coraline screening with Q&A
14 Jun 2013Bath, UKNeil Gaiman in the Bath
17 Jun 2013London, UKMemory, Magic and Survival: Neil Gaiman in conversation with Claire Armistead
18 Jun 2013Brooklyn, NYThe Last US Signing Tour: A Night at the Opera
19 Jun 2013New York, NYThe Last US Signing Tour: Broadway Neil
20 Jun 2013Saratoga Springs, NYThe Last US Signing Tour: The Shire
21 Jun 2013Washington, DCThe Last US Signing Tour: Mr. Gaiman Goes to Washington
22 Jun 2013Decatur, GAThe Last US Signing Tour: Gaiman on My Mind
23 Jun 2013Coral Gables, FLThe Last US Signing Tour: Coral (signing) Line
24 Jun 2013Dallas, TXThe Last US Signing Tour: Fright-Hair on Elm Street
25 Jun 2013Denver, COThe Last US Signing Tour: Under Cover Gaiman
26 Jun 2013Phoenix, AZThe Last US Signing Tour: Phoenix
27 Jun 2013Los Angeles, CAThe Last US Signing Tour: Visitations and Angels
28 Jun 2013San Francisco, CAThe Last US Signing Tour: Mr. Gaiman, with the book, in the Conservatory
29 Jun 2013Portland, ORThe Last US Signing Tour: City of Books
02 Jul 2013Seattle, WAThe Last US Signing Tour: Call of Clarion
06 Jul 2013Santa Rosa, CAThe Last US Signing Tour: When We Walk in Fields of Copper
07 Jul 2013Ann Arbor, MIThe Last US Signing Tour: A Man, A Book, A Theater, Ann Arbor
08 Jul 2013Bloomington, MNThe Last US Signing Tour: Rock 'n' Roll High School
09 Jul 2013Chicago, ILThe Last US Signing Tour: Gaiman Unabridged
10 Jul 2013Nashville, TNThe Last US Signing Tour: Of Course You Know This Means War Memorial
11 Jul 2013Lexington, KYThe Last US Signing Tour: Manchester Reservation
13 Jul 2013Cambridge, MAThe Last US Signing Tour: The Parish at the End of the Tour



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