- Cover Stories
The beginning of a trilogy.Takeaway: The title, Montana Creeds: Logan, implies there are more stories about other cowboys to come.Hodder & StoughtonWill You Be There?
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Eventually, a final cover was born, which you see here.
- Cover Story: 'The Guineveres'
The main story of the novel, he adds, "is interspersed with tales of female saints.
- Cover Story: 'Little Nothing'
.), blends realism and fantasy in a story whose setting is unspecified.
- Cover Story: ‘Yesterday’
But these comps overemphasize the science fiction component of the story.
- Cover Story: 'Neon in Daylight'
With fiction in particular, Martinez explained, the pair finds it “visually crippling” not to know the whole story.
- Cover Story: 'Census'
And what better representation of the story than discovering hidden and unanticipated beauty?"
- Cover Story: 'Still Here'
He found the art close to home: “My phone’s screen was broken at the time, which I decided worked with the story.
- Cover Story: 'The Bone Queen'
The cover uses the bird constellation Corvus.There are several battles in The Singing, Roeser says, but the sword on the cover also references Maerad’s journey over the course of the series.
- Selling DK's Cover Story
America 24/7 is the collaborative work of an enterprising publisher (DK), the bestselling team that produced the Day in the Life... series (Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen) and the most massive photographic shoot ever (25,000
- Cover Story: Faber Nature Poets
Each cover also features a red accent, to tie the set together.
- Cover Story: ‘Like One of the Family’
“I even kept a tab open with the original 1956 cover,” he says.
- Cover Story: The Night Ocean by Paul La Farge
Lovecraft as a major story element.”
- Cover Story: ‘The Mandibles: A Family, 2029-2047’
Welcome to Cover Story, a new PW column that looks at the art and science of book-jacket design, and the evolution from early concept to finished product.
- Cover Story: 'The Girl Who Knew Too Much'
But a cover composed only of graphic images tends to suggest literary rather than commercial.