It is with great pleasure that IFWG can reveal the cover for Veny Armanno’s upcoming novel, The Crying Forest. It contains wonderful artwork by Daniele Sera, an artist well known in the horror and dark fantasy market.
The novel will be finalised in coming months, to wait in the release queue, available for sale when the marketplace is stabilised following the current COVID-19 crisis.
Agata Rosso, a once-mighty yet now prematurely aged European witch, believes that the special gifts in a young girl named Lía Munro can restore youth and vitality both to herself and her bedridden husband. She sets a deadly plan in motion to capture and use Lía—but will the girl have enough power to protect herself, plus the father she loves so much?
An earlier version full cover wrap of the art is also striking:
It is with great pleasure that we reveal the front cover of Russell Kirkpatrick’s upcoming novel, Silent Sorrow, book 1 of his The book of Remezov series. It will contribute to our Masters of Fantasy sub-imprint of titles.
Luke Spooner, a long-standing artist and cover designer with IFWG, has masterfully echoed the atmosphere and vibe of the artist Vermeer, which in turn captures the fantasy setting depicted from Kirkpatrick’s book.
We will reveal more in the near future, leading to its world-wide release on 1 June 2020.
It is with pleasure that we announce the release dates for Andrew Cull‘s chilling horror novel, Remains. It will be released in North America on 16th September 2019, and Australia/UK/New Zealand 1st August 2019.
The absolutely wonderful artwork and design is by our welcome regular, Luke Spooner (a very different style to his usual, beautifully echoing classic horror movie poster designs, but at the same time capturing the essence of Andrew’s work).
Preorders will be available soon.
Grief is a black house.
How far would you go? What horrors would you endure if it meant you might see the son you thought you’d lost forever?
Driven to a breakdown by the brutal murder of her young son, Lucy Campbell had locked herself away, fallen deep inside herself, become a ghost haunting room 23b of the William Tuke Psychiatric Hospital.
There she’d remained, until the whispering pulled her back, until she found herself once more sitting in her car, calling to the son she had lost, staring into the black panes of the now abandoned house where Alex had died.
IFWG is pleased to reveal the cover for Gillian Polack’s upcoming science fiction novel, The Year of the Fruitcake. The wonderful artwork and design is by Luke Spooner from Carrion House.
The novel tells of the Earth-based life of a mostly-mindwiped alien anthropologist inhabiting a human perimenopausal body instead of her own more rational body with its capacity to change gender. Polack describes her novel as, “Bleak. It’s political. It’s angry. It’s also sarcastic, cynical and funny.”
When you commission talent like Greg Chapman, you don’t just expect a quality product – you aren’t surprised when they work lightning quickly. Such is the case with this awesome front cover artwork and design for Claire Fitzpatrick’s upcoming collection, Metamorphosis. We are looking forward to its publication more than ever!