|FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION: COVER ART (by date)
||cover illustrates "True Believer" by Esther M. Friesner
||cover illustrates "Everything's Eventual" by Stephen King
||cover illustrates "In the Bleak Mid-Solstice" by David Bischoff
||cover illustrates "Reading the Bones" by Sheila Finch
||cover illustrates "Home Time" by Ian R. MacLeod
||cover illustrates "White Magic" by Albert E. Cowdrey
||Beecher, William Ward
||cover illustrates "So Many Miles to the Heart of a Child" by Richard Bowes; Beecher's only cover for F&SF
||W-1998 CHS, for Best Magazine Cover; cover illustrates "The Allies" by Mark S. Geston; see Eggleton interview in LOC 2001 AUG(#487), in which he says he was influenced by the artists Ferdinand Delacrcroix, John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, Frederic Church
||(1968- ) cover illustrates "The Naked Face of God" by Sheila Finch; his only cover for F&SF; born Swampscott, MA; 1st pub. work comic book cover "Wild Kingdom," Issue 2; 1st sf/f book cover, Stanley Weinbaum: The Black Flame(1995); website www.michaeldashow.com
||N-1998 CHS, for Best Magazine Cover; cover art depicts a theater marquis & an sf/f/horror line of customers; for the F&SF Goes to the Movies Special Issue
||cover illustrates "On the Penal Colony" by Kit Reed; Harden's only cover for F&SF; she has had many interior cover illustrates in ASI since 1991, & in children's books, incl. Claire H. Blatchford: Nick's Secret(2000), & in coll. Barbara G. Walker: Feminist Fairytales(1996)
||cover illustrates "Painbird, Painbird, Fly Away Home" by Larry Tritten
||Hardy, David A.
||cover illustrates "All the Birds of Hell" by Tanith Lee; this cover was Hardy's 1st cover for F&SF that was completely digitally produced; his 1st digitally produced cover for ANA was for its 2001 JAN issue; great fan of AppleMacs computers
||cover illustrates "The Island in the Lake" by Phyllis Eisenstein
||cover illustrates "How to Make Unicorn Pie" by Esther M. Friesner
||cover illustrates "Pocketful of Dharma" by Paolo Bacigalupi
||cover illustrates "Back Door Man" by Paul J. McAuley
||N-1999 CHS, for Best Magazine Cover; cover illustrates "Hestwood" by Rob Chilson; Walotsky was also N-2000 CHS, for Artistic Achievement
||cover illustrates "Game of the Century" by Robert Reed; Smith 1st approached by Ed Ferman to do covers for sports stories; he says, "I've produced the covers on the side to try to help support up & coming writers ... I know how hard it is to break into the business"
||N-1999 CHS, for Best Magazine Cover; cover illustrates "The Secret History of the Ornithopter" by Jan Lars Jensen; Bauman was also N-1999 CHS, for Artistic Achievement
||cover illustrates "Lizard Men of Los Angeles" by Lewis Shiner
||W-1999 CHS, for Best Magazine Cover; cover illustrates "Strongbow" by R. Garcia y Robertson; Eggleton says other influences for him were Albert Bierstadt, Gustave Moreau & Gustave Doré; worked on animated sf movie Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius(2001)
||Di Fate, Vincent
||cover illustrates "Ninety Percent of Everything" by Jonathan Lethem, James Patrick Kelly, & John Kessel; Di Fate N-LOC, for Best Artist 23 times thru 2001; W-1997 CHS, for Artistic Achievement; has nf book Infinite Worlds(1997; W-1997 LOC; N-1997 HUG)
||titled "Saturn from Mimas," the 50th Anniversary Issue; designed by Rob Catalano
||cover illustrates "The Actors" by Eleanor Arnason
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