News: Peripheral Visions ghost story collection by Robert Hood

It is with great excitement that IFWG Publishing Australia announces the April release of Robert Hood’s reference collection of ghost stories, Peripheral Visions. What’s more, we are delighted to offer a very special limited edition. Here is the hardcover edition cover, by Nick Stathopoulos: “There is no journey forward without ghosts; there is no telling without … Continue reading

Sneak Peek: Internal artwork of Peripheral Visions by Nick Stathopoulos (2)

This is the second sneak peek post related to Nick Stathopoulos’ collaboration with us for Robert Hood’s reference collection of ghost stories, Peripheral Visions. As we stated before we have decided to have an illustration for each of the six sections of the hardcover version, including the signed, limited edition, and it is shaping up to be … Continue reading

Sneak Peek: Internal artwork of Peripheral Visions by Nick Stathopoulos

We can’t express how excited we are with Nick Stathopoulos’ collaboration with us for Robert Hood’s reference collection of ghost stories, Peripheral Visions. As many of you know we have decided to have an illustration for each of the six sections of the hardcover version, including the signed, limited edition, and it is shaping up … Continue reading

News: Value Add to Robert Hood’s Peripheral Visions Limited Signed Edition

We are excited. Real excited! Readers who purchase (or have purchased) Robert Hood’s limited, signed edition will be getting an added bonus with the offer – instead of the bonus chap-ebook, Haunted Flesh: Zombie Stories with several stories amounting to approximately 20k words, it has been expanded to six stories (yes, six!) and a mocku-article titled … Continue reading

New Release: The Adventures of Ursus the Bear

IFWG Publishing Australia is extremely proud to announce the release of the young children’s storybook, The Adventures of Ursus the Bear, written by British author, Jack Eason, and lavishly colour illustrated by New Zealand artist, Frances Hutt. This is one of our longest projects, having commenced in 2012. The number of illustrations (filling 59 pages), … Continue reading