Archive for Cover Art
You may have spotted this rather striking monochrome marvel over at This is Horror already this morning – Michael scooped the exclusive pre-reveal and has posted a Q&A with Joseph about the new series as well.
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Not quite the full in-your-hand effect there, as the printed edition will be finished in lovely silvery ink on rough black card-stock, so it should be a thing of textured loveliness when all is said and done. Design and execution on this one is by ARGH! Oxford.
Cover reveal number three is the rather lovely artwork that will grace Between Two Thorns – the first book in Emma Newman’s Split Worlds series – which we will be publishing in a few months: March 2013 to be precise.
If you’re a member of Emma’s Split Worlds mailing list then there’s a good chance you’ll have seen this one over the weekend. But if this is the first time you’ve seen it, please feel free to make a small “ah…” sound as you feast your eyes on all its swirly loveliness:
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Connoisseurs of book cover art will surely recognise the work of Sarah J. Coleman, who has also created covers for the likes of Gregory Maguire, John Connolly, Holly Black, Christopher Fowler and many, many more.
Cover reveal the second: it’s The Big Reap – the third book in Chris F. Holm‘s Collector series – which we will be publishing in August 2013. That’s quite a while to wait, we know, but in the meantime you can tantalise your imagination with a good, long look at this:
Shadowhawk of The Founding Fields scooped the exclusive on this one and interviewed Chris into the bargain, so head on over to find out what he thinks of the new cover.
As per the first two books in the Collector series – Dead Harvest and The Wrong Goodbye – the artistry has been provided by Amazing15, who are certainly living up to their own billing. Won’t they all look handsome together on the bookshelf? Yes. Yes, they will.
The first of three cover reveals that we’ve got lined up for you involves the gruesomely gorgeous frontage for The Marching Dead – the second book in Lee Battersby‘s Marius don Hellespont series, which we will be publishing in April next year – and it looks a lot like this:
Admit it, you just can’t wait to get your hands on it, can you? Lee seemed quite keen, too…
In a recent review iO9 really enjoyed Mockingbird, but this final sentence caught our eye:
I doubt she’ll ever be the kind of character people cosplay at conventions, but she sticks in your brain all the same.
Well, you know how we can be… Challenge accepted!
We’d like you to send us a picture of you dressed as Miriam Black. The best* of the bunch will win some random Angry Robot goodies (and we have lots of goodies stashed around the office). You can see artist Joey HiFi’s interpretation on the book covers (right), but don’t feel you have to follow his lead (equally, don’t feel you shouldn’t).
You have until Sunday night (December 2nd) to get your entries to us. The entries will be judged by Chuck Wendig and Lee Harris.
Send your entries to: IamMiriam@angryrobotbooks.com
*For the purposes of this competition, “best” is defined as “whatever made us snort with laughter / incredulity / admiration”. No purchase necessary. Coupons are not redeemable for cash. Your home may be at risk if you do not keep up payments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it. Competition open to men / women / pugs / goldfish** / whatever.
**Probably not the best idea.
That, people of Earth, is the cover for Adam Christopher‘s next Angry Robot novel, The Age Atomic, sequel to the mighty Empire State, and it is the product of the utterly awesome creative mind of design wizard Will Staehle.
Click the pic for an even larger and more glorious version and do please feel free to download it and plaster it all over your blogs and social media channels of choice. And then look for it online and in bookstores everywhere from April 2013.
Today we’re ‘ellishly excited to bring you our latest cover-reveal: the devilishly delightful Hell to Pay, the forthcoming (March 2013) third novel in the To Hell and Back series – starring mild-mannered actuary-turned-superhero Chesney Arnstruther – from the infernally inventive imagination of Matthew Hughes.
Click this image for a larger, even more impressive version, which you should most definitely feel free to share on your own blogs, websites and social media places (if you happen to be so inclined):
Artwork and design is by the terrifically talented Tom Gauld, who of course created the covers for the first two books in the series as well:
They look damned good together, don’t they?
You may have seen this one in the wild already, as it’s fed through to a few online retailers’ catalogue pages. But if not, then now’s your chance to feast your eyes!
Comprising the three volumes The Bookman, Camera Obscura and The Great Game, this handy and value-packed omnibus edition will be available from all good bookstores, high street and online alike, as of early March 2013.
Cassandra Rose Clarke is already setting the imaginations of YA bloggers and reviewers aflame as her Strange Chemistry debut, The Assassin’s Curse starts shipping out to stores for its October launch. Here at Angry Robot we’re readying the second stage of her plans for world domination with a heartbreakingly wonderful novel of love, loss and robots, The Mad Scientist’s Daughter.
Set in a collapsing future America, the novel tells of Cat. When she is a young girl, her father brings an experimental android to their isolated home to serve as her tutor. Finn stays with her, becoming her constant companion and friend as she grows to adulthood. But then they take the relationship much further than anyone intended – which ultimately threatens to force them apart forever.
This unnerving but deeply sensitive mix of science fiction speculation and heartfelt emotion demanded a very different cover approach for us. As you can see, designer Stewart Larking came up with the goods in a lovely understated, almost melancholy style. The Mad Scientist’s Daughter will be published by Angry Robot in February 2013. We cannot wait for you to read it.