October 1, 2011

October is COVERED!

I have had the great honor of having my illustration selected as this month's cover for the kid lit magazine
 Underneath the Juniper Tree.  I hope you have fun reading this scary, gory, and irreverently fun literary magazine.  Aslo, be sure and look for a couple of Teddy limericks (p. 117), and an illustration for a story called, "Bedtime,"
(p. 83).
Enjoy...if you dare ;)
http://issuu.com/underneaththejunipertree/docs/octoberissue/1

Click on the link
Let me know what you think ;)

Cover hint:
copyright 2011 Elizabeth Rose Stanton

31 comments:

  1. In Artichokistan we do not have Halloween, so I do not have much affinity with it.

    But we have woman that sits every night on de side of the bed...... Actually she looks almost the same as on your drawing. Bedtime is great illustration.

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  2. Congratulations. Fabulously scary illustration!

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  3. I'm THRILLED for you, my beautifully-talented Lizzie!!

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  4. Congratulations Elizabeth and well deserved! Go scare em!
    Helenxx

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  5. Congratulations! Can't wait to read it, but first I want to say: what a great illustration, love it! Halloween, I'm ready!

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  6. me encantan estos personajes de halloween, aca en Chile no se celebra mucho, saludos!!

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  7. Oh Elizabeth, that is SO GREAT!!! CONGRATULATIONS and this is splendid!!! Anita

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  8. fat roots, some of these pumpkins have. Pretty pale, though, is that why this pumpkin scowls? Was it left sitting on the soil too long?

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  9. Congratulations on your cover! Love this piece!

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  10. The cover looks great! Congratulations!

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  11. Congratulations and well deserved! Deliciously ghoulish!

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  12. Wonderful - just love your line work

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  13. fabulous! That is wonderful! I just love your eerie drawings :)

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  14. yum yum and YUM!!!!!
    Your image for "Bedtime" was for me the most frightening image in the whole issue. absolutely love it!

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  15. congrats, that is great news! love the cover!

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  16. Fantastic!! Love this season, and your work captures it to the creepy core. Congratulations!

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  17. Congrats:)Love the cover,perfect for the mag:)

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  18. Haha! What do I think? Superb! And very scary!
    Congrats on the cover. It's just right.

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  19. How very cool
    and the cover reveals more danger than you show here...

    congratulations... is more publishing on the way?


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  20. FABULOUS illustration, Elizabeth! Congratulations..I want to read the limericks and see your other illos, but for some reason the site keeps crashing my web browser!! Bummer!!! I hope to see them sometime soon..but wow, the cover is fantastic!

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  21. Fabulous is right!! That will keep the kiddies up long past bedtime!

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  22. Congratulations! Amazing cover, I love this illustration!!

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  23. Heisann!

    Congratulations, so cool :OD)

    Do you like to walk as well?

    Put on your walking shoes, bring with your camera or paper and pen and document what you see on October 9 and link to my blog!
    More information: http://viltogvakkert.blogspot.com/2011/10/bloggers-sunday-walk.html

    Join us ;:OD)
    Comment on my post on Sunday, and I collect the links and make a new post on Monday!

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  24. congrats, you really deserve it!

    i've bothered you enough i think :))
    well, forgive me i'll let myself out ^_^

    congrats, once again!

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  25. Yea, you!!!

    When my son was two, my husband carved a giant pumpkin to wear on his head. He lit it from inside and draped the rest of himself in orange sheets and real vines. The trick-or-treaters loved having the Great Pumpkin answer the door and his little sidekick always went with him. Unfortunately, my husband had lost his lower peripheral vision from inside the pumpkin and failed to see my son slip out the door to join a group of kids. It was several minutes before we discovered he was missing (thought he'd gone to his room to get toys), and several more terrifying minutes on the street before an observant mom brought our little guy home.

    Your pumpkin-headed creature carries just the right sinister mood to match my recollection of that Halloween.

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  26. Hey, congratulations on that cover, and it works really well with the whole cover layout. It's got that wonderfully nostalgic feel to it, not the modern made-in-china Halloween we've come to know.

    Thanks for stopping by. I have discovered your magic!

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  27. Looks great! They made the right pick! :D

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  28. I hope I can sleep tonight... Lovely work, and the graphics are just amazing.

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