May 01, 2016

Creative Corner - Spring Edition, Part 1

What have our creative friends been up to, this spring?
James K. Burk
We have a lot to catch up on, in this edition. That's why this is Part One of Three. Our friends have been busy, and the feature has been on a bit of a hiatus for the last few weeks! Watch for Part Two this Thursday, and Part Three next Sunday.

James K. Burk has submitted The Long Way Home, an action-adventure novel, to Wolfsinger Publications. Watch "Creative Corner for news of a release date. 

Bryan Thomas Schmidt's YA Anthology Decision Points will be published by WordFire Press. A mix of science fiction, fantasy and horror chosen from among top and emerging authors in the field, these 20 stories include six brand-new stories and reprints making their first appearances in an anthology. 

Schmidt also recently signed a contract to create Infinite Stars: A Definitive Space Opera and Military SF Anthology for Titan Books. Planned release date: October 2017. It will include new stories from the universes of favorite book series of top authors, including Orson Scott Card, David Weber, Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, Jack Campbell, Elizabeth Moon, Lois McMaster Bujold, James S.A. Corey, and many, many others. "We have a long time to go, but [it's] obviously, a dream project for me. Honored and excited to work on this. This will be a big, thick book, my largest ever," Schmidt said. 

Wolfsisters Creations, the joint studio of Sandra SanTara and Christy Grandjean has released ANTHROPOMORPHICS, a coloring book full of anthropomorphic (human-like) wolves, tigers, foxes, birds, and more, in the artists' characteristic styles. 

The book's 24 images of new and retro line art from both artists evoke their trademark Native American and anthropomorphic themes.
The line art images can be colored with crayons, colored pencils, or markers. The book is now available through their WindWolf Studio Etsy Shop

IMAGES: Many thanks to James K. Burke for his author photo. The Decision Points cover image is courtesy of Planet Comicon; the cover image for the Wolfsisters coloring book is from the WindWolf Studio Etsy Shop.

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