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Posts Tagged 'Stephan Martiniere'

  1. The Final Cover for “Geosynchron”  • 
    Here it is, the complete and final front and back cover for Geosynchron. Art, of course, by the peerless Stephan Martiniere, cover design by Prometheus' Jacqueline Cooke, back cover copy by Yours Truly.
  2. “Geosynchron” Cover Art and Synopsis  • 
    My editor Lou Anders has posted on the Pyr blog the cover art and synopsis for "Geosynchron," the last book in my Jump 225 Trilogy. Here, without further ado, it is.
  3. Martiniere Wallpapiere  • 
    Solaris Books is offering "Infoquake" wallpaper on the Downloads section of their website. So if you've ever wanted a hi-res closeup of Stephan Martiniere artwork on your desktop, now's your chance.
  4. It’s Not Real… It’s “MultiReal”  • 
    A copy of my latest novel "MultiReal" is literally sitting in my lap as I type this, having arrived from the publisher today. Here are some of my thoughts and first impressions.
  5. Final Front and Back Cover for “MultiReal”  • 
    I've been told that "MultiReal" has finally gone to the printers. I've got a PDF of the whole thing, and man, does it look stunning. Read the article to see the final front and back cover and download the PDF of the cover.
  6. The “Infoquake” Mass Market Has Arrived  • 
    I am extraordinarily proud to give you the first look at the mass market version of "Infoquake," the first copy of which arrived in my mailbox yesterday. For the inordinately curious, you can also see the spreadsheet of the 155 changes I made to the text from the trade paperback edition.
  7. The Final Cover for “MultiReal”  • 
    I mentioned that Pyr was moving in a new direction for the "MultiReal" cover art. Well, feast your eyes on the final cover of "MultiReal," hitting bookshelves early summer 2008.