Book notes: 'The Art of Leo and Diane Dillon'

Featuring hidden wolves, Hieronymus Bosch references, and an armadillo

Here’s the 1981 art book The Art of Leo and Diane Dillon, edited by Byron Preiss.

This is the first book I’ve taken notes on that doesn’t have page numbers! Very freewheeling.


Harlan Elison’s introduction focuses on how he’s bounded with Leo and Diane over how frequently their attention to detail makes editors dislike them: “We have grown a tot surly i…

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