#Art of Fantasy 92: Bruce Pennington (Legends)

A lot has happened this past weekend which contributed to this week's post being late. I'll talk a little about that in a separate post. This week I'm featuring Bruce Pennington. His first cover illustration appeared in 1967 for the New English Library 1970 paperback edition of Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. During the … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 92: Bruce Pennington (Legends)

#Art of Fantasy 91: Michael Whelan (Legends)

Today's legend is still active but I'm listing him here because, well, he truly is a living legend, and because his book covers took me on so many fantasy adventures as a kid during the 80s. I used to fantasize about the covers and the characters before I even read the stories inside. That is … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 91: Michael Whelan (Legends)

The New World of Publishing: Having Fun

As you probably know, I follow Dean Wesley Smith's blog regularly. A few months ago I blogged about how he completed a 70,000 word novel in only ten days. Dean is a veteran writing machine and regularly provides useful advice for us newbie writers. I don't necessarily adhere to all his instructions, but I do … Continue reading The New World of Publishing: Having Fun