Neil Gaiman

Don’t Miss #CBLDF DEFENDER Magazine, in Stores TODAY!

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  • April 15, 2015

 

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The COMIC BOOK LEGAL DEFENSE FUND is proud to announce that CBLDF Defender, a new free quarterly news magazine coming to you from the front lines of the fight for free speech, is now available! You can find it at comic book stores across the nation, on comiXology, and you can always get it for free at CBLDF.org!

Each issue of CBLDF Defender will bring engaging creator interviews, detailed analysis of current censorship news, and in-depth features that tell the story of the people fighting for the freedom to read! Neil Gaiman kicks off the first issue with an in-depth interview on his battles with censorship. We’re also taking you to the front lines, with news and analysis on the latest censorship battles raging in schools and libraries across the USA. Take a look at international cartoonist rights issues and the free speech fallout from the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Plus, a lively history of Bill Gaines, the U.S government, and the birth of the Comics Code!

Let’s take a look at the attack on reading and how CBLDF is working to fight censorship!

 

Download the PDF here. Interested parties may also subscribe directly, by mail, here.

CBLDF Defender is made possible with the support of The Gaiman Foundation and CBLDF’s Corporate Members — ABRAMS, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, BOOM! Studios, comiXology, DCBS, Diamond Comic Distributors, Dark Horse Comics, DC Entertainment, Graphitti Designs, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Half Price Books, Random House, ReedPop, TFAW.com, Scholastic, SPX, and Valiant — and members like you. Thank you!


 

VIDEO – Neil Gaiman on Terry Pratchett and writing, in conversation with Michael Chabon

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  • March 18, 2015

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An extraordinary evening of storytelling, readings, and memories of Sir Terry Pratchett on the eve of his passing with Neil Gaiman and Michael Chabon. The event took place at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco on March 12th, 2015.

 



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