Book cover for Brandon Hackett’s APD

Should you feel interested, click the following link to get a preview of the book cover I’ve made for Brandon Hackett‘s brand new Hungarian sf novel titled “The Posthuman Decision” (A Poszthumán Döntés) soon to see print.

What makes this one special is that it was done by me entirely, using fractals, my own photos and (crops of) quality photos published under a Creative Commons licence. (You’ll find all the credits under the preview image.)

Sorry, no image here this time, you’ll have to click the link for real. :)


2 thoughts on “Book cover for Brandon Hackett’s APD

  1. Hungarian science fiction? Sounds fascinating. Is there an English translation pending? I’d love to see an anthology of SF from Eastern Europe, from the 1960’s to present day. I had a story translated for a Hungarian SF magazine–dang, or was it Czech?–years ago and it was one of the high points of that year. I love the notion of being read in far-off lands. Thanks for drawing my attention to this author and topic.

  2. Hello Cliff,

    First of all, thank you for your comment. Indeed, there’s a number of young (and older) Hungarian writers of sf/f/slipstream, and some of them can be read here and there in English as well – and of course we hope to see more stories translated and published internationally.

    As for a translation of this book: I’m not aware of such a project, but that doesn’t mean there are no plans for that – I’m sure the author would love to get a chance outside Hungary as well. (I surely would, and plan to do my best as a writer to get one. :))

    Finally, as for the anthology of Eastern European speculative fiction – let’s hope some editor in the west chances upon that idea and comes to like it! :D

    Thanks again for the comment.

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