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December 27, 2016

John Steven Gurney’s 2017 holiday card illustrates jolly old souls of many nations and cultures, including but by no means limited to, Santa himself. Joy to the World! (more)

November 23, 2016

John Steven Gurney conceived and illustrated an imaginary cover for If, a science fiction magazine from the 1950's, conveying the very contemporary idea of genetic engineering.  (more)

April 20, 2016

John Steven Gurney announces the publication of his first graphic novel for young readers, Fuzzy Baseball, a humorous story of perennial losers and perpetually optimistic fans. The message?  Never give up hope no matter how long the odds! Order a copy for your little slugger in Theispot Bookstore. (more)

September 16, 2015

John Steven Gurney gives us the nosebleed view of Fuzzy Field in this detailed illustration from his forthcoming graphic novel, “Fuzzy Baseball,” due out from Papercutz in May 2016. (more)

September 10, 2015

John Steven Gurney gives us a peek at his graphic novel in progress, “Fuzzy Baseball,” due out from Papercutz in May 2016. The goal is nothing short of the Duck Soup/Citizen Kane of early reader-humorous-baseball graphic novels! (more)

March 4, 2010

“January Joker,” illustrated by John Steven Gurney is the first in a series of Calendar Mysteries for early readers by best-selling author Ron Roy. A tale of alien abduction during a sleepover, this mild mystery is peppered with humor and greatly enhanced by John’s chipper artwork. (more)