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Posts from March 2011

The big news of the day is that we've unveiled the cover of Foreshadows: The Ghosts of Zero on foreshadows.net. It may see some tweaks and title adjustment before the end, so consider this a preview more than anything else. Still, this awesome digital painting is the work of none other than Michael Komarck, the same guy——not coincidentally——who graced the cover of my novel The Darkwood Mask. I'm a lucky guy.

For this great fortune, I'd like to once again thank our Kickstarter supporters and especially contributing author Brian Matthews, who's been a boon to this project on so many levels.

In other news, my first Dragon magazine article has gone live on the Wizards of the Coast website. "Faith and Heresy" is an article that explores the complexities of the cleric in the D&D game and offers some new twists on religious obedience——and disobedience! Friend and foreshadower Ken Hart co-authored this one with me, and we had a blast working on it together.

posted on 03.29.2011

To the many people who've been patiently waiting for the release of Foreshadows: The Ghosts of Zero, and especially to those who have supported us during our Kickstarter campaign, thank you. The end is nigh.

While juggling many things, I'm currently working on the final writing and editing of the anthology. The music producers of The Very Us Artists are working on the final mixing. We've got the cover art, created by the unrivaled Michael Komarck, in hand. This is going to be one kick-ass (we mentioned that, didn't we?) product.

The experience of wrangling and editing so many renowned authors and benefiting from the talents of so many musicians has been amazing. And working with industry folks like the esteemed Ed Greenwood and the boundless, globe-trotting Keith Baker has been nothing short of awesome, as well as a hefty dose of personal geekery.

The next time I post about Foreshadows, I'll have a release date to announce or some cover art to show you.

posted on 03.02.2011