Who is the cover artist for the now obsolete edition?
The fabulous Raymond Swanland! I absolutely love his style, and can’t tell you how excited I was to hear he was doing my cover. Besides being a killer illustrator, he’s just a nice guy. I blogged about some of his other art here.
Note: while I love the map I have in the book, this one by Stewart actually has the right (scale) mileage.
Artist Dixon Leavitt does Hunger
Dixon Leavitt is an amazing artist. He recently emailed me saying: “Sometimes I just start sketching with no plan in mind. This just popped out. Thought you’d like to see it.”
See the steps to its creation here: http://dixondoodles.blogspot.com/2011/11/creation-of-hunger-from-servant-of-dark.html
Bead-maker Valerie Moore’s “The Grove”
Valerie Moore, an Arizona bead maker, loved Servant of a Dark God and was inspired to create a bead called “The Grove.” You can get them here.
Interviews & Articles
- 10/7/2009 interview with Bryce Dayton of the Intelli-Gent Reviews
- 10/8/2009 interview with Tia Nevitt of Fantasy Debut
- 10/12/2009 How To Get Ideas: Talk to Cows on BSC Review
- 10/13/2009 interview with Lon Prater
- 10/19/2009 interview with William Morris of A Motley Vision: Mormon Arts and Culture
- 10/20/2009 The Big Idea: John Brown on John Scalzi’s Whatever
- 10/23/2009 interview with Harry Markov of Temple Library Reviews
- 11/23/2009 interview with Donna of Fantasy Dreamer’s Ramblings
- 1/21/2011 interview with Nancy Fulda, owner of AnthologyBuilder.com