The many squids of Sci-fi-Scarborough

Having sorted out my accommodation for the forth coming SciFiScarbrough event I needed to make a little flyer for the two new releases I’ll have on the table that weekend. A weekend I am looking forward to after the last two years were cancelled due to the plague. Previously it was the first big event I ever attended as an author as part of the Harvey Duckman team and with my own stuff way back in 2019, which seems like another age now…

As I sorted out a flyer I also received the cover art for the next Harvey Duckman collection (which I have a story in I am sure you will be shocked to learn…) So as that will also be a new release for this event I thought I would put that on the little flyer as well…

There was some unexpected, yet delightful, over lap and a theme developed…

I love Graham at SixthElements cover art for all the Harvey’s but this latest one just fits with the other two new releases I have so nicely.

SciFiScarborough 2020 is at the Spa center in Scarborough on the weekend of the 9th/10th of April

A Squid on the shoulder, the third Hannibal novel and the final one in the first trilogy is, as you may be aware, out now

Harvey Duckman volumne 9 is out soon

As for The Lexicromicon, the collected and expanded guide book to the works of old tentacle hugger himself I am hoping to have it out on the 15th of March to ‘celebrate’ the death of HP Lovecraft, which also happens to be my birthday and a generally bad day for people called Julius….


About Mark Hayes

Writer A messy, complicated sort of entity. Quantum Pagan. Occasional weregoth Knows where his spoon is, do you? #author #steampunk
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