Covers too (WasRE: titles...)
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Tue Aug 3 23:07:41 EDT 1999
On Tue, 3 Aug 1999 16:51:45 EDT, Tanaquil2 at aol.com wrote:
> >I did know this name. Now I can't remember. I don't think I have any books
> >with his covers...don't like Celts-in-space, don't have Kushner's
> >_Swordspoint_ or _Thomas the Rhymer_...but I remember that his name always
> >conjures up images of Celtic fantasy, for some reason. In fact, I'd
> >nominate his cover art as an example of tying text and cover together
> >closely, because as I think about it, almost all the stuff he's done has
> >been of those Celtic high fantasy things. He does a lot of Diana Paxson's
> >books too.
> Tom Canty I think
If you think so, it's probably right, because that's the name I came up with
but wasn't sure about.
> Someone mentioned the "Archer's Goon" covers. Did you mean the one
>where the Goon's speared a piece of chocolate cake on his knife (that knife)
>and he just looks too large for the room?
That's the one.
> No, wait a minute. Wasn't someone else talking at one time about
>casting "Howl's Moving Castle" ? Well, don't laugh, but how about Rupert
>Everett and Minnie Driver?
I like Minnie Driver for Sophie, especially after hearing her do the voice
for Jane in Disney's Tarzan. I love Rupert Everett...but isn't he maybe a
little too handsome for Howl? I think the description is something like, he
has a thin, interesting face, or is trying to have one. He could probably
play the part REALLY well, but I can't see him matching the physical
So, how did you like An Ideal Husband?
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