Neil Gaiman In Talks To Write Doctor Who Novel

We speculated as much, based on his interview a couple of weeks ago.

Well, the Names Not Numbers event in New York, an “annual thought leadership symposium” sponsored by the Financial Times and Jaguar was held over the last two days. Described as “an invitation only annual ideas conference held in New York, designed to bring together the key players and thinkers across politics, business, media, culture, academia and technology to discuss and debate what individuality in a mass age means.”

And according to reports given to Bleeding Cool, that included John Hodgman interviewing Neil Gaiman, discovering that Neil has been talking to the BBC about writing the novelisation to his Doctor Who episode, The Doctor’s Wife.

Which would sit gloriously on my bookshelf next to this, don’t you think?

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