Personally Signed by Ania Ahlborn and Dolce Paganne. Limited to only 350
Suntup Editions 2021. Ania Ahlborn "Seed". The Numbered edition of 350 copies is a quarter cloth flatback binding with Indiana Corn handmade paper boards. This unique archival paper is made from 100% corn stalk and leaf. The cover is foil stamped, and the endsheets are Hahnemühle Ingress. The edition is printed offset on Cougar Natural and is housed in an embossed paper covered slipcase. This is number 90 of 350 produced.
Signed Limited Edition
- Signed by Ania Ahlborn and Dolce Paganne.
- 6” x 9” trim size.
- 246 Pages.
- Limited to 350 copies.
- Quarter cloth, flatback binding with Indiana Corn handmade paper boards made from 100% corn stalk and leaf.
- New exclusive introduction by the author.
- Six full color illustrations by Dolce Paganne.
- Cover is foil stamped.
- Endsheets are Hahnemühle Ingress.
- Housed in an embossed paper covered slipcase.
- Bookmark with all pre-orders.
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ABOUT THE EDITIONS
The signed limited edition of Seed by Ania Ahlborn is presented in two states: Lettered and Numbered. The editions measure 6” x 9” and feature six full color illustrations by Dolce Paganne as well as a new exclusive introduction by the author. Both editions are signed by Ania Ahlborn and Dolce Paganne. This is the first limited edition of the novel.
THIS LISTING IS FOR THE NUMBERED STATE
Illustrated by Dolce Paganne
A spine-tingling story of Southern gothic suspense, Seed is the first novel by bestselling horror novelist, Ania Ahlborn.
As a young boy, Jack Winter fled his rural roots in Georgia, vowing to never look back. Years later, the new life he has built is threatened by a sinister presence that looms dead ahead. When Jack, his wife Aimee, and their two small children survive a near fatal car accident, six-year-old Charlie starts to change, taking on a new and frightening personality. Aimee struggles to understand what is happening to her little girl, but Jack already knows: the horror that once came to him as a child has found him again.
Seed was originally self-published by Ania Ahlborn on July 17, 2012. It clawed its way up to the #1 spot on Amazon’s horror chart, earning her a multi-book deal and a legion of readers. This is the first signed limited edition of the novel.
Reminiscent of such classics as The Exorcist and The Bad Seed, Ania Ahlborn’s page-turning terror is atmospheric and brutal, with a poetic narrative that holds you in a vice grip and doesn’t let go.
About the author
Born in Ciechanow Poland, Ania Ahlborn has always been drawn to the darker, mysterious, and morbid side of life. Her earliest childhood memory is of crawling through a hole in the chain link fence that separated her family home from a large wooded cemetery, where she’d spend hours among the headstones, breaking up bouquets of silk flowers so everyone had their equal share.
Ania’s first novel, Seed, was self-published. It clawed its way up the Amazon charts to the number one horror spot, earning her a multi-book deal and a key to the kingdom of the macabre. Eight years later, she has published ten titles. Her work has been lauded by the likes of Publishers Weekly, New York Daily News, and The New York Times.
She lives in Greenville, South Carolina with her husband and son.
About the artist
Dolce Paganne a.k.a Ceren Aksungur is an Istanbul origin artist based in Antwerp.
Artist focus in her surreal drawings on the “sinister” aspect that reside in the details of daily life.
Obsessed with the hypnotic aspects of geometric forms, she loves constructing her work originated from a feeling like “sleep paralysis”, around images like dream/nightmare sequences.
Besides that, she loves examining plants and birds, reading asian horror comic books, occult history, ancient mythology, watching dark movies and enjoys a lot listening to music.
- Suntup Editions 2021
- Signed Limited Edition of 350
- Dolce Paganne
- Ania Ahlborn
- Guarantee of Signature Authenticity:
- Personally Signed by Ania Ahlborn and Dolce Paganne directly onto the limitation page. The autographs are not facsimiles, stamps, or auto-pens