Kate Farrell, who I previously worked with on the cover for her book My Name is Mary Sutherland, has a new collection of short stories coming out. Featuring 17 disturbing tales, And Nobody Lived Happily Ever After will be launched by Parallel Universe Publications on December 1st. The book will be available in both paperback and ebook editions.
The artwork for the cover was a piece I did back in 2006, originally for the book Assumptions and Carnations, which is now out of print. So it’s nice to have been able to find a good new home for it!
A few of my images have been included in The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History. The book, edited by Stephen Jones and including a foreword by Neil Gaiman, is a collection of horror art through the decades from early engravings to book illustrations, pulp magazines, comic books and movie posters, featuring contributions from over 100 writers and artists.
Published by the Elephant Book Company/Applause Theatre, The Art of Horror is out now.
This is the cover for the French edition of Grand Central Arena by Ryk E. Spoor which will be out this month from L’Atalante.
Here’s the final interior illustration I did for Robert McCammon’s short story collection Blue World, based on the story Children of the Bedtime Machine, which was previously uncollected. You can see the other two interior illustrations here.
Blue World is out now through Subterranean Press in limited and trade paperback editions, though the interior illustrations are exclusive to the limited edition.
Here’s the cover art for Mary SanGiovanni’s new novel, The Blue People, which is out now from Thunderstorm Books.
Here’s the cover design for the next Dresden Files book that’s coming out from Subterranean Press. White Night is available for preorder now in advance of its February 2016 release date.
Back to more Stephen King art… Here’s the cover for the Polish edition of The Bazaar of Bad Dreams which will be out in November through Prószyński i S-ka.
A new Italian language horror story by Caleb Battiago is available now in eBook edition; Midnight Baby – Horror Lolita is described as a bloody horror story of a killer lolita who loves the chainsaw and songs by Johnny Cash.
The story will also be published in English in the story collection Stockholm 2 by Stefano Fantelli and Caleb Battiago, which will be out from Kipple Officina Libraria on November 2.