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Art for May 2013
IN THE ARCHIVES:
Christopher Fowler mentioned on his blog: "I used to hire illustrators to create artworks for each of my stories, but it came out of my personal budget (the publishers don’t pay) and often cost me the whole advance."
So to Chris and to all of the authors whose cover art (or the artwork inside the book) is important to them: Let me give you reasons why you might want to consider choosing your book art from the artists of The Horror Zine:
1. All THZ artists would be extremely reasonably priced because exposure is important to them
2. I have personally hand-picked the best artistic talent in the world, from all over the world
3. You have an opportunity to go through the easiest to navigate site and the most user-friendly gallery in existance through the current issue and also through all the THZ archives
4. All artist contact information and their resumes are listed as easy access to you so no hassles! Instant contact and resume info, no hunting whatsoever
So, please, when you are crafting your next book, please consider The Horror Zine artists for your covers and help support The Horror Zine community. All of would bend over backwards to be of assistance, to keep your costs as low as possible, and to make your next book become not only stunningly beautiful, but to provide the easiest and most reasonably priced transaction ever for you and for your agent and/or publisher. No one has more gifted artists than The Horror Zine.
Many thanks for considering the artists of The Horror Zine!
Jeani Rector, Editor
The Horror Zine
The book Tainted Blood is recommended by The Horror Zine
Also recommended by The Horror Zine:
Writer. Comic. Werepig. For years, in one form or another, Gregory L. Hall has terrorized the masses with his stories, his wit and his radio broadcasts from the No Pants Zone. Here for the first time he's gathered 20 of his favorite darkly funky tales. And then added 2 more at the last minute to make things difficult for his publisher. From gigantic babies who destroy Des Moines to alien spaceships that cook people like bacon to vampires who suffer from erectile dysfunction, Werepig Fever is full of surprises. With this mixture of humor and horror, the message is clear. Buy this book - or Greg Hall marries your momma.
See Werepig Fever HERE