Up until now, the above jacket for SOME UNKNOWN GULF OF NIGHT was my all-time favourite of all the covers for my books. Matthew Jaffe's cover caught to perfection one of my personal favourite moments in the book, when a semi-mortal black witch, a woman with strange ancestral ties with Nyarlathotep, invades with mortal husk the Dreamlands, and there encounters the ghoul who was once Richard Upton Pickman. She has brought a chunk of charcoal with her, and with it she writes Pickman's name upon a graveyard slab. Matthew's depiction of this blew my mind--it was exactly right.
But I think--I think, my darlings--I think that I have a new favourite cover among my own books--for a book that is yet to be. BEHOLD:
My mind is blown. I knew that Santiago would give us something magnificent. But I never dreamed this!!!!