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Diggler’s Art Direction: Lets put a big black phallic symbol on a moon surface and have the men running in fear while the women gawk.
Tagged with: Bantam Books • damsel • hunk • Jerry Sohl • Richard Powers • space • wtf
Costigan called. He said can you change the title to Costigan’s Mighty Thrusting Monolith?
it’s about tiny people trying to get off a meat-feats pizza to the far-off lands of poppadom-and-chutney on the horizon.
It’ll be a fantastic adventure. In time.
Now? Not so much. Mostly pointy.
Serious lack of clothing options on this planet. I like the 2 figures way in the background pointing in different directions.
Umm, no to the post in general. One of my favorite covers. The colors, the space needle, the AMAZING landscape. Boo boo boo boo boo. The perfect pulp sci-fi cover creation.
I think this is a great cover, too. And you can’t blame the tiny people for running: they’re being attacked by a giant black clothespin.
Part of the Haberdashery Sequence, other titles being Costigan’s Thimble, Costigan’s Crochet Hook and Costigan’s Pinking Shears.
Sadly they have no rope to thread this needle.
There used to be a SF writer named ‘[X]-OHL’ for every letter of the alphabet, Sadly, only Frederick Pohl and Jerry Sohl have survived.
Does anyone have a camel? There’s something I need to test…
Meh… Wellworths needles were just as good and half the price.
“Look out, the aliens are starting to do cross-stitches! RUN!!”
Is it me, or is that “needle” making everyone do the twist?
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