The Art of Leo and Diane Dillon

As a follow-up to my article about Ali Mirdrekvandi’s book, No Heaven For Gunga Din, here’s a page dedicated to the Art of Leo and Diane Dillon. They illustrated the covers of books by Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut, Clifford D. Simak, A.A. Milne, Madeleine L’Engle, Mark Twain, Philip K. Dick, Roald Dahl, and many, many more.

4 responses to “The Art of Leo and Diane Dillon”

  1. Hello . My name is Khalil Rashnavi . I am story writer and documentary filmmaker. I live in Iran and researched about ” Ali mir drikvand ” and collected some information about his life . Also i access to some of Mirdrikvand,s family members .
    I would be happy if you kindly give me more details about the publishers of “No heaven for Gunga din ” and the languages it might be translated into and the prizes it has received .
    I am going to make a film based on this writer,s life .
    unfortunately i have to tell you that this writer has died many years ago in full poverty and he was unkown among his fellow citizens .
    my email address :
    dastanjan@gmail.com
    Khalil Rashnavi

  2. I should say, they appeared in the newspaper in 1977, which was the same year Uncle Corbett died, He may have written them previous to 1977.

  3. They were written in 1977.

    1. I should say, they appeared in the newspaper in 1977, which was the same year Uncle Corbett died, He may have written them previous to 1977.

  4. When were the Hatfield-McCoys Feud articles written for the Cumberland Times of Clintwood, Va.

    1. They were written in 1977.

      1. I should say, they appeared in the newspaper in 1977, which was the same year Uncle Corbett died, He may have written them previous to 1977.

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