A range of T-shirts for Robert McCammon’s The River of Souls, featuring my cover design, are now available through Robert McCammon’s Worlds Shop at Spreadshirt. Besides these, T-shirts for Mister Slaughter, The Providence Rider, The Hunter from the Woods and The Five are also still available.
Here’s a couple of foreign language Stephen King books that have used my artwork.
Stephen King Sprzedawca Strachu is a Polish language book published by Replika. The title translates as ‘Stephen King the Seller of Fear’ and it’ll be the first book to be published in Poland about Stephen King’s works and movies that’s written by a Polish author (Robert Ziębiński). The book will be out this year.
The cover image was originally commissioned for Stephen King Goes to the Movies for Subterranean Press.
The three colour images I created for the covers of the various Cemetery Dance editions of Doctor Sleep, along with my three interior images, have all been used as interior illustrations for the Ukranian edition, published by Book Club, which is out now.
Above are the four interior illustrations I did for the Subterranean Press edition of Blood Rites, Book Six of The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, which is out now.
I should be starting work on the next book in the series, Dead Beat, in the near future.
Here’s a bunch of artwork I did for The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafón; his follow-up to The Shadow of the Wind and The Angel’s Game. First off, here’s the cover design:
Next up are a couple of the colour interiors I did:
Finally here are a couple of the small duotone images for the section divider pages:
The Prisoner of Heaven is scheduled for release this summer by Subterranean Press and can be preordered now. The Shadow of the Wind and The Angel’s Game are amongst my favourites of the books I’ve worked on, and I think fans of those two will not be disappointed by this latest entry in the series.
Here’s my cover art and design for World War Cthulhu, a forthcoming anthology from Dark Regions Press, of Lovecraftian war stories. Edited by Brian M. Sammons and Glynn Owen Barrass, the collection will feature 19 war stories rooted in the mythos of H.P. Lovecraft, as well as a number of original interior illustrations by M. Wayne Miller.
Dark Regions Press have launched an Indiegogo campaign to help fund the project, which is live now and will run till April 20th. The book will be available in ebook, trade paperback and signed limited edition hardcover formats, and furthermore, all the physical editions offered during the Indiegogo campaign will be campaign exclusive editions featuring unique designs and extras not offered in any market versions for sale after the campaign.
There’s a range of perks available for different levels of contribution from a $5 contribution for the ebook edition through to $1000 for the ultimate fan package, so there’s something for anyone, no matter what your budget. Some examples of the perks available are: to have your name inserted as a character’s name in a story within the collection; an author writing a flash fiction story with you as the main character; dinner at NecronomiCon with several of the anthology’s authors at the 2015 Lovecraftian convention in Rhode Island. There are many more perks available and it’s shaping up to be a treat for all Cthulhu fans out there so be sure to check out and support the campaign at:
Here’s the cover for the latest book in Joe Ducie’s The Reminiscent Exile urban fantasy series. The book is in the editing process right now and Joe plans to release Lost Grace in May. The first three books in the series: Distant Star, Broken Quill and Knight Fall are all still available in both paperback and ebook formats.
Here’s my cover design for Academic Exercises, which is the first collection of shorter work by K. J. Parker. Amongst the thirteen stories included in this collection are the novellas, Purple & Black and Blue & Gold, which I previously did covers for. Academic Exercises is scheduled to be published in July by Subterranean Press; you can see a full list of contents and preorder here.
Shanti – La Città Santa (which translates as Shanti – The Holy City), the new novel by Caleb Battiago, is now out from Mezzotints Ebook in various ebook formats. You can watch the book trailer for Shanti here.
The cover image is a piece personal work I did back in 2005, and this is the first time it’s been used on a cover.
One of my old illustrations for the interior of Heart-Shaped Box has been used for the current issue (#10) of Midnight Echo Magazine, the official magazine of the Australian Horror Writers Association, which features fiction, art, comics, features and more. The theme of issue 10 is dedicated ghosts.
Midnight Echo is available in both print and digital formats.