Now, Tor Books has brought out a beautiful new edition of the public-domain text of the novel, deisgned by Chesley-Award-winning art director Irene Gallo (who is astonishingly good at her job, and who has a special fondness for this book, I'm told), and lavishly (and I do mean lavishly) illustrated by Gris Grimly, in sepia-toned macabre ink drawings that are as angular and jocularly grim as the text itself. I got a copy of the book in the mail last week, and I've laid aside the book I'm supposed to be reading to read this one -- to devour it again. It's wonderful to have this brilliant text married to this brilliant package. Link
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