Tag: John Coulthart

Cover Art

COVER REVEAL: Darius Hinks’ The Ingenious

Humans, we have official news.

It has come to our attention that the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog has recently posted an article detailing the cover art for Darius HinksThe Ingenious by none other than John Coulthart, creator of such covers as Under the Pendulum Sun and Moonshine.

It is important that you head to the site right now and take a look at the brand new, super shiny artwork without hesitation, because it is fucking beautiful and your eyes deserve that kind of treat.

Here’s a sneak peek to tide you over until you click

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Cover Reveal: Moonshine by Jasmine Gower

We couldn’t very well publish MoonshineJasmine Gower‘s fast paced and fun secondary world novel, set in the Roaring 20s – without covering it in a truly beautiful art deco cover, now could we?

No, no we couldn’t. So that’s just what we’ve done. Our thanks, as always, to the absolutely wonderful John Coulthart for once more realising all of our dreams and creating the most wondrous geometric cover, with beautiful bold colours and alluring nymphs and flapper girls.

Sound like your kind of cover? Click on the teaser below and head over to the B&N

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

ICYMI – COVER REVEAL: Under the Pendulum Sun

It was one of those beautiful moments in the office. We’d agreed to the purchase of Jeannette Ng’s amazing debut novel Under the Pendulum Sun and the discussion had turned to covers. Without thinking we, as one, uttered “John Coulthart”, because who could better bring to life the creepy gothic imagery Jeannette’s words painted? Happily John was onboard with our idea and the wonderful process of researching for the design began.

That’s not our tale to tell though. Head over to Fantasy Faction to hear what John had to say about the creative process, as well as Jeannette’s thoughts on

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Book Announcements, Cover Art

Cover Reveal: The Song of The Dead

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Watch out: we have an absinthe-soaked, illuminati-tinged, steampunk dream for your visual cortex!

We absolutely love the first two covers in Carrie Patel‘s Recoletta series – the spectacular fantasy-whodunit set in an underground city where the classes are at war and intrigue and deceit lie around every corner.

Now, we’re incredibly happy to show off the beautiful cover for the gripping third title in the series, The Song of The Dead, created by the peerless

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Angry Robot

Barnes & Noble SFF Blog: Exclusive Cover Reveal

Head on over to the Barnes & Noble SFF blog, for the exclusive cover reveal of The Contrary Tale of The Butterfly Girl, the second book from Ishbelle Bee. Contrary Tale follows on from the magnificent Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath.

All thanks must go to the wonderful John Coulthart for the great image. You can see more of his work over at his blog.

The cover has caused quite a stir already, with blog blackteaandmilk68 exclaiming:

I really need this book, I want to float away again to some weird and wonderful world,

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Books, Cover Art

The Buried Life Cover Reveal & Giveaway

SF Signal have exclusively revealed the brilliant cover of Carrie Patel‘s The Buried Life, wonderfully created by John Coulthart. They also have 3 copies (ebook or physical, winner’s choice!) of The Buried Life to give away; to enter, go to SF Signal for all the entry details.

 

The Buried Life by Carrie Patel

 

TheBuriedLife-144dpiThe gaslight and shadows of the underground city of Recoletta hide secrets and lies. When Inspector Liesl Malone investigates the murder of a renowned historian, she

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover Reveal: The Eighth Court by Mike Shevdon, Cover Art by John Coulthart

Here’s the cover for The Eighth Court, the fourth book in Mike Shevdon‘s utterly fantastical Courts of the Feyre series, which we’re publishing in June 2013.

This one has been packed with gorgeous, twiddly detail by the one and only, World Fantasy Award Winning artist, John Coulthart. Regular readers of The Qwillery will have seen this one already, but everyone else should immediately click the pic for a larger version, in order to see it in all its glory. Go on, you know you want to…

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Angry Robot, Awards

Huge Congrats to World Fantasy Award Winners Lavie Tidhar & John Coulthart!

The 2012 World Fantasy Awards were announced over the weekend at the World Fantasy Convention in Toronto and as a result the Angry Robot crew will be raising a toast today to not one, but two winners whose work will be very well known to Angry Robot aficionados the world over.

Firstly, the winner of the Best Novel award, Lavie Tidhar, for Osama, originally published by PS Publishing in signed hardcover, hardcover and ebook editions, with a paperback from Solaris in October of this year.

Secondly, the winner of the Best Artist award,

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Angry Robot, Other people's business, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 10.02.12

Hello and welcome to this week’s (temporarily) minimalist version of the Robot Round-Up!

[Okay, so normally between us we take a bit of time to introduce the links, maybe extract a few choice quote-snippets, that sort of thing. But what with the SFX Weekender taking place last weekend and the inevitable post-Con lurgi taking its toll today (all together now: awwwwww, he’s got the man-flu!) I’ve just rolled two weeks’ worth of links up into a single post. And in order to save time, eyeball-strain and keyboard-wear, I’ve just gone with the basics. Your patience and understanding is most appreciated.

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Angry Robot Cover Art Reveal: Shevdon x3 + Beukes

June 2012 sees the publication of Strangeness and Charm, the third volume in Mike Shevdon‘s Courts of the Feyre series. To mark the occasion we’ve taken the opportunity to re-issue the whole series-to-date in new and, we’re sure you’ll agree, extremely fetching livery, courtesy of the enormously talented John Coulthart.

Here’s what the matching series will look like:

Sixty-One Nails by Mike Shevdon, new cover art

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