I am cheating here the only recent arrival is Dick's Galactic Pot-Healer. I got The Art of Ian Miller, Titan Books, a couple of months ago. I have had A Maze of Death for years. But it's a theme. I love Ian Miller's covers. I have to say I would have liked to have seen more of the work he did for the paperback editions of Bradbury and Lovecraft in The Art of Ian Miller, but I understand that was only one aspect of his career. I love Dick and have a weakness for the many cover iterations the various paperback editions of his work have undergone. I also have to confess to enjoying his less-heralded early work Ace Double warts and all. The unsubscriber has lovely photos of some of Miller's wraparound covers, as well as a post on Philip K. Dick's paperbacks that I can recommend. I have been posting more on my HPL blog lately but I will try to pick up the pace here. I hope everyone is doing well. Guy
Ian Miller is a truly original artist. I wish I owned more volumes with his covers.... nice finds!ReplyDelete
And A Maze of Death is on the short list of SF novels I want to reread.
Thanks for your comment, Joachim.ReplyDelete
I used to read a lot of Dick, including biographies and criticism, but I have not read much of his work in years. I need to do a deep dive into his work because I find him an interesting and intriguing writer.