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Strange Horizons Gallery Presents...

Colleen Crary

Colleen Crary is a writer, illustrator and graphic designer living in the New York Metropolitan area. Her work has appeared on the covers of books for Delirium, Overlook Connection, and Space and Time publishers. She has exhibited at EroticaUSA, the World Horror Convention and the Northeastern Writers Conference, and is a member of the Graphic Arts Guild. Her work can be seen this month on the cover of Space & Time magazine.

Space and Time Cover, Images © Colleen Crary 2001, all global rights reserved.

Tour Colleen's work, piece by piece. View thumbnails of Colleen's work.

Colleen Crary can be contacted at colleencrary@worldnet.att.net.

Please visit her at http://colleencraryillustration.home.att.net to view more of her work.


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Current Issue
28 Nov 2022

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