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Illustration by the great Jim Burns. Triad, 80s oeuvre of Sheila Finch, is unbelievably beautiful. It takes place on an extraordinarily sumptuous alien planet called Chameleon, or Omareemee, ¬†which changes color every time it’s perceived; sometimes it’s described as being … Continue reading

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Artistic Education: Jim Burns

I judge books by their covers. In the realm of science fiction — where voluptuous green-skinned babes and slimy androids roam free — an illustration can make or break the experience of a novel. The good ones build a tangible … Continue reading

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