About the Program
Author Neil Gaiman delivers the Mason Award lecture and answers questions from the Fall for the Book festival audience. The Mason Award, presented annually at the Fall for the Book festival, honors authors who have made "extraordinary contributions to bringing literature to a wide reading public." Past recipients include Chinua Achebe, Sherman Alexie, Greg Mortenson, and Stephen King. This event was held at George Mason University, where many of the Fall for the Book festival events are held.
Neil Gaiman is the author of many books, including "American Gods," "The Graveyard Book," and "Stardust." He has been the recipient of both the Newbery and the Carnegie Medals for his childrens books and is the creator and writer of the DC Comics series "Sandman." For more, visit: neilgaiman.com.
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