Fan Art Tuesday: A Stunning Lightbringer Bookcase

Patrick Heffernan (of Mysterious Galaxy infamy) made this striking board and vinyl case that perfectly holds all five Lightbringer hardcover books.

The picture doesn’t do it justice!
In case you can’t see it, LIGHTBRINGER is the vertical word, and BRENT & WEEKS are the horizontal words.
Like a glove.

Not much else to say about this one, except well done, Patrick! He gave this one-of-a-kind case to Brent during his book tour stop in San Diego last year.

Ahhh, I remember book tour events… And bookstores… Book signings… Book festivals… Author speaking engagements… Browsing library stacks… Eyeballing tchotchkes and board games and socks at Powell’s… Lurking among the packed and crooked shelves that made the too-narrow aisles in my favorite used bookstore, petting the shop cat while I chatted with the staff, the smell of old paper lingering on my shirt after I left.

Sorry, I wandered off there.

Any way, hold fast and stay the course, friends. We’re all doing this quarantine thing for each other.

3 thoughts on “Fan Art Tuesday: A Stunning Lightbringer Bookcase

  1. Dan says:

    That is an awesome! Does it happen to be for sale anywhere? I’d love to buy that to add to my Weeks collection!

  2. Jasper says:

    Hi, are you planning on doing a 10th year anniversary cover redesigns?

    1. brent says:

      They never tell me these things. However, I don’t expect it. The trade paperback will be coming out in late summer, and I could see them worrying rightly about screwing up its sales by doing a refresh of the earlier books’ cover art. You don’t want your new book that’s just hit the shelves to have an “old” looking cover. (Which isn’t old looking at all, unless you put out a new style.) Cover art refreshes are definitely a thing publishers keep in their arsenal, but I wouldn’t expect it for several years yet (if ever).

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