Neil Gaiman Reissued Books x Henry Sene Yee Covers


Neil Gaiman x Henry Sene Yee

I’m loving this set of reissued Neil Gaiman books with covers by designer Henry Sene Yee. I love Neil Gaiman books, but the book covers for most of his novels don’t really match my aesthetic.

The new reissued paperback set features a minimalist look with gorgeous watercolors. It looks like they’ll be released one at a time, with the first title being Neverwhere.

neverwhere by neil gaiman, cover by henry sene yee

Neverwhere Reissue (January 2021)

the ocean at the end of the lane by neil gaiman, cover by henry sene yee

anansi boys by neil gaiman, cover by henry sene yee

stardust by neil gaiman, cover by henry sene yee

I’ve already ordered the first book of the set (the only one currently available as of January 2021) from Amazon. The others are currently only available for pre-order. A promo for it (at the end of this post) confirms they’ll be released at a rate of one reissue per month. The second one, Stardust, will be available mid-February.

Available January 2021: Neverwhere (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available February 2021: Stardust (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available March 2021: American Gods (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available April 2021: Anansi Boys by (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available May 2021: The Ocean at the End of the Lane (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available June 2021: Smoke and Mirrors (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available July 2021: Fragile Things (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon

Available August 2021: Trigger Warning (Henry Sene Yee Cover Reissue 2021) on Amazon


Over twitter, designer Henry Sene Yee showed off the prep work he did in coming up with this set.

Neil Gaiman x Henry Sene Yee

Also, below is a promo for the set that was shared on Instagram.

P.S. I heard about this set being released thanks to Robin Sloan’s newsletter (author of Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore and Sourdough), which is delightful to read if you love books, design, typography and/or techy stuff. It’s free and not sales-y, just interesting content.

Neil Gaiman x Henry Sene Yee

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