Neil Gaiman Quotes and its meanings

Neil Gaiman has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Beauty Family Freedom Funny Home Learning Legal Morning Respect Science Time Trust Work

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What does Neil Gaiman write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Neil Gaiman?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Neil Gaiman.

  • Because, if one is writing novels today, concentrating on the beauty of the prose is right up there with concentrating on your semi-colons, for wasted effort.
  • I was one those kids who had books on them. Before weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, funerals and anything else where you're actually meant to not be reading, my family would frisk me and take the book away. If they didn't find it by this point in the procedure, I would be sitting over in that corner completely unnoticed just reading my book.
  • A nice, easy place for freedom of speech to be eroded is comics, because comics are a natural target whenever an election comes up.
  • The current total of countries in the world with First Amendments is one. You have guaranteed freedom of speech. Other countries don't have that.
  • So the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is out there preserving and fighting for, and sometimes winning and sometimes losing, the fight for First Amendment rights in comics and, more generally, for freedom of speech.
  • Great, big, serious novels always get awards. If it's a battle between a great, big, serious novel and a funny novel, the funny novel is doomed.
  • It's not a bad thing for a writer not to feel at home. Writers - we're much more comfortable at parties standing in the corner watching everybody else having a good time than we are mingling.
  • In many ways, it was much, much harder to get the first book contract. The hardest thing probably overall has been learning not to trust people, publicists and so forth, implicitly.
  • As far as I'm concerned, the entire reason for becoming a writer is not having to get up in the morning.
  • I think the short story is a very underrated art form. We know that novels deserve respect.