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'The remarkable imagination of Kathleen Jennings is familiar to, I’d guess, many thousands of people across the world. Her work as an illustrator has garnered her multiple awards and nominations, and she has designed book covers for Small Beer Press, Tor.com Publishing, and other presses. Her work feels like Quentin Blake crossed with Jane Austen, with a whisper of Angela Carter. There’s delight and fancy – line drawings of people with dots for eyes and small decorative elements dancing around their heads – but there are also creeping vines and transformed creatures.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Locus vol. 85 no. 1 July 2020 19635412 2020 periodical issue 2020 pg. 19
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