Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It’s all about books, lists and sharing the love we have of both with our bookish friends. This week, we’re admiring colourful book covers.
I’ve been wanting to introduce a series of posts showcasing SF artists for a while, and I’m delighted to kick it off for SciFiMonth with UK artist Alex Storer. Alex is a graphic artist with a love of SF, who has been exploring the genre through art and music for over ten years. I’m delighted to feature him and his work today – join us for a virtual exhibition followed by a chat with the artist!
I love doing cover art features (and I don’t do them often enough: note to self, up your game), so when I celebrated spacescape covers back in January I was determined to flip the coin and bang the drum for some fantasy covers for Wyrd and Wonder.
Time for one of my intermittent efforts to catch up on the greats of science fiction. For SciFiMonth (ahem, and the Hive prompt for Dancing with Fantasy and SciFi) I chose Arthur C Clarke’s first novel – one of his earliest and apparently one of his best.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, in which we talk about a bookish topic and have fun making lists. We’ve got a free topic, so I want to talk about beautiful cover art.