An illustrator for over thirty years, Dandi Palmer has been commissioned by the Radio Times, Prima, UNESCO, BBC Focus, and many more publications. www.dandi.me.uk has a selection of picture books as well as samples of other illustrations and portfolio of published work.
The illustrator also writes science fiction, fiction, and supernatural/fantasy novels for adults under the name of Jane Palmer.
Some people, like Selena, blithely skip through life without bothering to read warning notices until they breathe in fumes which propel them into an alternative dimension of chattering moons, floating cities and aquatic genies.
Don’t look now because the clown from Hell is right behind you, the smog is melting people away into another dimension, and monsters roam the golf course.
Your friendly, helpful smartphone could be the portal to Purgatory and that mysterious toyshop holds a secret to turn the toughest teenage mind.
Not suitable for younger children.
Reality can be more astounding than fantasy, and often unfurls a mysterious tendril to draw in the unsuspecting person. Encounters with troglodytes in a crypt, fluorescent honey and the house that goes to the ultimate extreme to get rid of its inhabitants, can happen.
A hypochondriac prince is cursed with the love for three oranges for laughing at the disguise of the wicked witch, Fata Morgana.
Adapted from the opera by Sergei Prokofiev which is based on the commedia dell'arte play by Carlo Gozzi.
Tales about sticky confectionary, talking fish, restless gargoyles, mysterious magical eggs in the depths of space, a reasonable giant rat, worlds made with words and worlds drowned in rivers of chocolate… For teenagers and children. (Some suitable for adults as well.)