"These are terrific books by great authors that I handpicked from the Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX), matched up with just the right narrators and personally produced. I hope you'll enjoy them as much as I do."
—Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman talks about the audiobooks he produced

On <i>The Fall of the Kings</i>
  • On The Fall of the Kings
  • By Ellen Kushner, Delia Sherman
"Multi-voiced scenes set like jewels in the gold of Ellen Kushner’s own narration"
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On <i>Dimension of Miracles</i>
  • On Dimension of Miracles
  • By Robert Sheckley
"Not just a suave, sensible, sane narrator, but [his] peculiar accents and incarnations"
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On <i>Jurgen</i>
  • On Jurgen
  • By James Branch Cabell
"An admired but semi-obscure author of literary satiric fantasy"
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On <i>The High Place</i>
  • On The High Place
  • By James Branch Cabell
"The story of Sleeping Beauty when told as a cautionary – yet somehow rollicking – fairy tale"
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On <i>Figures of Earth</i>
  • On Figures of Earth
  • By James Branch Cabell
"Capable of making the dirtiest of dirty jokes with a straight face"
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On <i>The Privilege of the Sword</i>
  • On The Privilege of the Sword
  • By Ellen Kushner
"Casting Felicia Day is a coup for me – incredibly satisfying as an audiobook producer"
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On <i>The Drowning Girl</i>
  • On The Drowning Girl
  • By Caitlin R. Kiernan
"Someone who [can] catalog the sharp-detailed Imp's carefully observed daily life"
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On <i>White Apples</i>
  • On White Apples
  • By Jonathan Carroll
"That's a tall order for any narrator"
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On <i>Dr. Eszterhazy</i>
  • On Dr. Eszterhazy
  • By Avram Davidson
"If you love fantasy, alternate worlds, or just love stories well-told, that's who Avram Davidson is"
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On <i>Viriconium</i>
  • On Viriconium
  • By M. John Harrison
"A punk-sensibility London in a post-apocalyptic future"
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On <i>Anita</i>
  • On Anita
  • By Keith Roberts
"An almost forgotten novel by one of the finest UK writers"
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On <i>Swordspoint</i>
  • On Swordspoint
  • By Ellen Kushner
"A fairy tale of sorts, but a fairy tale for grown-ups"
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On <i>The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break</i>
  • On The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break
  • By Steven Sherrill
"In Steve Sherrill's fiction, the Minotaur is alive and relatively well"
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On <i>The Land of Laughs</i>
  • On The Land of Laughs
  • By Jonathan Carroll
"Edoardo Ballerini conveys a certain wistfulness and vulnerability underneath Abbey's grumpiness"
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On <i>Pavane</i>
  • On Pavane
  • By Keith Roberts
"It was the first time a short story made me cry"
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On <i>Light</i>
  • On Light
  • By M. John Harrison
"It's a dark book, but there's a lot of light in here too"
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On <i>You Must Go and Win</i>
  • On You Must Go and Win
  • By Alina Simone
"Alina Simone uses her life as material to tell stories that are funny, heartwarming, [and] tragic"
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  • On The Fall of the Kings
  • "Multi-voiced scenes set like jewels in the gold of Ellen Kushner’s own narration"
  • On Dimension of Miracles
  • "Not just a suave, sensible, sane narrator, but [his] peculiar accents and incarnations"
  • On Jurgen
  • "An admired but semi-obscure author of literary satiric fantasy"
  • On The High Place
  • "The story of Sleeping Beauty when told as a cautionary – yet somehow rollicking – fairy tale"
  • On Figures of Earth
  • "Capable of making the dirtiest of dirty jokes with a straight face"
  • On The Privilege of the Sword
  • "Casting Felicia Day is a coup for me – incredibly satisfying as an audiobook producer"
  • On The Drowning Girl
  • "Someone who [can] catalog the sharp-detailed Imp's carefully observed daily life"
  • On White Apples
  • "That's a tall order for any narrator"
  • On Dr. Eszterhazy
  • "If you love fantasy, alternate worlds, or just love stories well-told, that's who Avram Davidson is"
  • On Viriconium
  • "A punk-sensibility London in a post-apocalyptic future"
  • On Anita
  • "An almost forgotten novel by one of the finest UK writers"
  • On Swordspoint
  • "A fairy tale of sorts, but a fairy tale for grown-ups"
  • On The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break
  • "In Steve Sherrill's fiction, the Minotaur is alive and relatively well"
  • On The Land of Laughs
  • "Edoardo Ballerini conveys a certain wistfulness and vulnerability underneath Abbey's grumpiness"
  • On Pavane
  • "It was the first time a short story made me cry"
  • On Light
  • "It's a dark book, but there's a lot of light in here too"
  • On You Must Go and Win
  • "Alina Simone uses her life as material to tell stories that are funny, heartwarming, [and] tragic"