First Look at Miniatures by John Scalzi and an Interview!

Author John Scalzi received his copy a few weeks ago and it's a thing of beauty. 

 

Check it out over at John's site!

 

The lettered edition is sold out (Woohoo!) and--from what the SubPress elves have whispered to me--there aren't very many copies of the limited edition left. Good news, though, there still is time to pre-order your copy. AND! This also includes a copy of the ebook.

 

It's a super delightful collection of bite sized humorous fiction and I highly recommend--which I would do even if I didn't have a hand in this project. It's just good stuff, folks. So good.

 

Here's that pre-order link again

 

ALSO! SubPress was kind enough to interview John and myself about this book. It's a bite sized interview in the theme of the book. Thanks to Gwenda Bond for interviewing us!

 

Thanks again to everyone at SubPress and John for making this book a thing!

 

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UPDATE (12/28/16): I received my copies yesterday and they are glorious. Behold the glory.

Miniatures goes to the printer!

Good news everyone!

 

Miniatures by John Scalzi, illustrated by myself, is going to the printers! This means it'll be an actual touchable in your hands glorious thing in December. This is earlier than the original early 2017 publication estimate. Woo!

 

Here's the official announcement from Subterranean Press: John Scalzi’s MINIATURES goes to the printer

 

Pre-orders are still open AND an ebook version is included with each pre-order.

 

 

 

Miniatures Cover Revealed!

Subterranean Press recently revealed the cover to Miniatures by John Scalzi. Now I can finally show you all what I've been working on. Yay! Behold!

There is also interior spot illustrations at the beginning of each story. However, you have to get the book to see those. Mwaahaahaahaa! ::drops link::

 

PREORDER FANCY MINIATURES BOOK HERE!

 

Oh, would you look at that. There's the link to buy the book. How convenient!

 

I've enjoyed this project immensely. All the behind the scenes folks at Subterranean Press and John Scalzi have been beyond wonderful to work with, and the material was super fun to illustrate too. Thanks all!