Jill Bauman

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Jill Bauman
Born Jill Bauman
Brooklyn, NY
Education Adelphi University, Queens College, Art Students League of NY
Known for Artist, Illustrator, Designer, Poet, Art agent for Walter Velez

Jill Bauman is an American artist. She has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award five times and nominated for the Chesley Award several times. Her art has been exhibited at the Delaware Art Museum, the Moore College of Art, Art Students League of New York, the NY Illustrators Society & and the Science Fiction Museum of Seattle. Jill Bauman has created hundreds of book covers for horror, mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and best selling books including 23 of the Cat Who… books by Lilian Jackson Braun during the 1980s and 1990s.

Jill Bauman got her Bachelor of Arts from Adelphi University. She did her Graduate work at Adelphi University and Queens College. She is a Life Member of the Art Students League of New York.

She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and she currently lives in Queens, New York and has two grown daughters.

Authors and magazines[edit]

Jill Bauman has illustrated the written works of many authors of horror, mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and speculative fiction. Including: J. G. Ballard, Clive Barker, Gregory Benford, Lilian Jackson Braun, David Brin, Orson Scott Card, John Crowley, Jack Dann, Harlan Ellison, Paul Di Filippo, Ray Garton, Jonathan Gash, Brian Keene, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Nancy Kress, Katherine Kurtz, Richard Laymon, Fritz Leiber, H. P. Lovecraft, Anne McCaffrey, Robert R. McCammon, Mike Resnick, Pamela Sargent, Dan Simmons, Peter Straub, Michael Swanwick, Chet Williamson, Jack Williamson, Gene Wolfe, and more

She has done artwork for many magazines. Including:

Notable works[edit]

Covers[edit]

Frontispieces and interior illustrations[edit]

Trading cards and collectable card games[edit]

Poetry and short stories[edit]

Poems[edit]

  • "Bedtime," from Silver Web magazine (Fall/Winter, 1993)
  • "The Wanderer," from Worlds of Fantasy and Horror magazine #3 (Summer, 1996)
  • "Black Ghost," from Weird Tales magazine #318 (Winter, 1999)
  • "Inhuman," from Inhuman magazine #2
  • "Nightlife," from Flesh & Blood magazine #11 (2003)
  • "The Storm," from Space & Time magazine #97 (2003)
  • "Dark," "Weaver of Dreams," and "The Empty House" from The Horror Express magazine #3 (Winter, 2004)
  • "Oracle," from Weird Tales magazine, Volume 60, #4 (December, 2004)

Short story[edit]

Guest of Honor appearances[edit]

  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 1982 at Necon, Bristol, RI (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)
  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 1992 at the World Fantasy Convention (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)
  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 1990 I-Con, Stony Brook University, NY (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)
  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 1996 Albacon, Albany, NY (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)
  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 1999 Philcon, Philadelphia, PA (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)
  • Artist Guest of Honor at the 2001 Chattacon, Chattanooga, TN (program book included an interview with Jill Bauman)

References[edit]

  • Starlog magazine, 1983, "Interview with Jill Bauman"
  • Silver Web magazine, 1993, "Jill Bauman—Queen of Darkness" (interview by Stanley Wiater)
  • Fangoria magazine #78 (October, 1988), "Interview with Jill Bauman"
  • "Jill Bauman—An Appreciation" by F. Paul Wilson for I-CON IX program book (1990)

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