Art Archives

Here’s the cover and synopsis for Suzanne Johnson’s upcoming novel Pirate’s Alley, the fourth in her Sentinels of New Orleans series.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for V.E. Schwab’s A Darker Shade ofagic.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction by Judd Trichter.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel The Machine Awakes by Adam Christopher, follow-on to Burning Dark….

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It’s time another Book Cover Smackdown! This time around, covers of forthcoming steampunk titles go head-to-head. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Pass artistic judgment!

Tell us:

  • Which of these covers do you like the most?
  • What works and what doesn’t work with these covers?
  • Do any of them make you want to learn more about and/or read the book?

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming shared world collection Wild Cards IV: Aces Abroad edited by George R. R. Martin.

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Here’s the synopsis for the Tonia Brown’s new Southern horror novel, Sundowners:

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming California Bones sequel Pacific Fire by Greg van Eekhout.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for Sharon Lynn Fisher’s upcoming novel Echo 8.

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Here’s the cover art and synopsis of the upcoming novel Gemini Cell by Myke Cole, the latest in his military fantasy Shadow Ops world. It’s sporting a new look with this fourth (standalone) volume, using an eye-catching illustration by Larry Rostant.

A larger version appears below. Here’s the synopsis:
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Bob Garcai and Bob Weinberg sent along some excellent Virgil Finlay art for us to share with our readers. This art is featured in the soon-to-be-ending Kickstarter project for The Collectors Book of Virgil Finlay being published by American Fantasy Press.

Bob says:

Virgil Finlay (1914-1971) was born in Rochester, New York on July 23, 1914. Which means we celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth this year. Why celebrate? Because Finlay was, without a doubt, the finest science fiction artist of the 20th century. He began illustrating for Weird Tales magazine in 1935, where he composed masterpieces for the pulp’s greatest writer, H.P. Lovecraft. Soon, he was working for all the great pulps – from Amazing Stories to Thrilling Wonder. He continued to illustrate SF magazines and books till his untimely death in 1971. Was he the best? Decide yourself with The Collectors Book of Virgil Finlay, available in November.

Here’s a preview of the book that is on it’s final days in Kickstarter!

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Hugo Award–nominated artist Julie Dillon is kickstarting a series of annual art books featuring exclusive new fantasy illustrations. It’s called Imagined Realms and it’ll knock your proverbial socks off.

Catch a peek at some of the awesome illustrations after the jump.
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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the forthcoming novel Daughter of Gods and Shadows by Jayde Brooks.

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for Jo Walton’s forthcoming novel The Just City.

[UPDATE: This is apparently not going to be the final cover. See comment below. ]

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Here’s the cover and synopsis for the upcoming novel Tainted Blood by M.L. Brennan, the third book in the Generation V vampire series.

Here’s the synopsis:
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Melanie Rawn’s upcoming novel Window Wall is coming out in April 2015. Here’s a peak at the synopsis and cover…
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If you know a middle-grade reader, you’ve already turned them on to Django Wexler’s book The Forbidden Library, right? Right?

Now Bibliosanctum has revelaed the cover for the upcoming second book in Django’s Forbidden Library series, The Mad Apprentice!

Here’s the book synopsis (larger cover appears below):
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It’s time another Book Cover Smackdown! This time around, covers of forthcoming space opera titles go head-to-head. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Pass artistic judgment!

Tell us:

  • Which of these covers do you like the most?
  • What works and what doesn’t work with these covers?
  • Do any of them make you want to learn more about and/or read the book?

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Here’s the Gene Mollica cover and the synopsis for the upcoming novel Unbound by Jim C. Hines. This is the third book in the Magic Ex Libris series.

Here’s the synopsis for Unbound:
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Here’s the cover (designed by Galen Smith) and synopsis for the beautiful and upcoming steampunk book The Steampunk User’s Manual: An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical Guide to Creating Retro-futurist Dreams by Jeff VanderMeer and Desirina Boskovich, coming out in October 2014.

Here’s the synopsis (larger cover version appear below):
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