Fiction

About A Boy

I’ve designed three Nick Hornby titles, this, How to be Good, and A Long Way Down. Each has a quirky sensibility that suits each book’s comic and contemporary tone. This book won Best in Category at the New York Book Show 1998.

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The Bride from Odessa

A collection of provocative, mysterious short stories by an Argentine writer “looking back nostalgically to the Europe of his ancestral memory”.

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The Mineral Palace

The debut novel of one of my favorite authors. A couple in 1934 are living as newcomers in a western mining town. The title page photo is one I found in the Library of Congress’ Prints and Photographs division, FSA-OWA Collection.

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Pattern Recognition

William Gibson’s 2004 novel of cool hunting and the search for an enigmatic underground filmmaker.

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I Dream of Microwaves

“The linked misadventures of one of the most endearing ne’er do wells to grace American fiction.”

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How to be Good

Nick Hornby’s 2001 novel.

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Missy

A western novel set in the 1800′s about the adventures of a young female con artist, addicted to laudanum.

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Long Way Down

Nick Hornby’s 2005 novel

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Edenborn

The third in a science fiction series by Nick Sagan. son of Carl Sagan. The plot centers on bioengineered children raised to repopulate earth after it’s decimation by a plague-like virus. Each character’s voice is represented by their own symbol. The baby on the title page is my youngest daughter Anna!

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Madras On Rainy Days

A young Indian American woman leaves America for India to undergo an arranged Muslim marriage—with disastrous results.

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Urinetown

Playscript of the hit broadway musical.

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