Hear a Dramatization of Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys: Free for a Limited Time

A quick heads up: The BBC is now stream­ing a new, six-part adap­ta­tion of Anan­si Boys, Neil Gaiman’s myth­i­cal fan­ta­sy nov­el from 2006. Only avail­able for the next few weeks, each episode runs about 30 min­utes. Find them here.

Fans of Neil Gaiman will also def­i­nite­ly want to check out this post in our archive: 18 Sto­ries & Nov­els by Neil Gaiman Online: Free Texts & Read­ings by Neil Him­self.

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