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Anna Green

Anna Green - Designer

Cheshire, UK

Freelance book designer at Siulen Design. I like to make words look beautiful.

Overview

I specialise in book covers and interiors, please get in touch if you have a project in mind!

Clients include:
Penguin Random House
Granta
Headline
Harper Collins
Faber & Faber
Head of Zeus
Quercus
Kyle Books

Services
Languages
English
Fiction
Classics Cultural & Ethnic Themes Fantasy Historical Fiction Literature Poetry Science Fiction
Non-Fiction
Arts & Architecture & Photography Biographies & Memoirs Cooking & Food Wine & Spirits DIY & Crafts History Home & Garden Life Sciences Mathematics & Statistics Sports & outdoor recreation Travel

Certifications

  • BA (Hons) Graphic Arts

Work experience

Freelance Designer

Siulen Design

January, 2011 – Present (almost 6 years)

I set up Siulen Design in 2011 and have worked on a huge range of projects, from the top UK publishers through to self-published authors.

Senior Designer

Random House

April, 2004 – January, 2011 (almost 7 years)

In 7 years at Random House I worked across all of their literary imprints including Vintage, Jonathan Cape, Square Peg, Chatto & Windus and Harvill Secker; designing for covers, interiors and marketing materials.

Portfolio (7 selected works)

The Food of Italy

Claudia Roden

Like Elizabeth David, Claudia Roden can write about anything. Whether it's Middle Eastern, Spanish or Italian food, she is the cook to turn to. She is world renowned for her classic books like Arabesque and the Book of Jewish Food. These draw on her Egyptian Jewish roots so it's no wonder Middle Eastern chefs like Ottolenghi are among her biggest fans. But it is interesting to see that Russell... read more

Like Elizabeth David, Claudia Roden can write about anything. Whether it's Middle Eastern, Spanish or Italian food, she is the cook to turn to. She is world renowned for her classic books like Arabesque and the Book of Jewish Food. These draw on her Egyptian Jewish roots so it's no wonder Middle Eastern chefs like Ottolenghi are among her biggest fans. But it is interesting to see that Russell... read more

Train Dreams

Denis Johnson

Robert Grainer is a day labourer in the American West at the start of the twentieth century - an ordinary man in extraordinary times. Shipped by train in 1893 into the woods of the Idaho panhandle, he grows up, works on logging gangs, falls in love, and loses his wife and baby daughter to a particularly pernicious wildfire. Derailed by the loss of his family, Grainer struggles to make sense of... read more

Robert Grainer is a day labourer in the American West at the start of the twentieth century - an ordinary man in extraordinary times. Shipped by train in 1893 into the woods of the Idaho panhandle, he grows up, works on logging gangs, falls in love, and loses his wife and baby daughter to a particularly pernicious wildfire. Derailed by the loss of his family, Grainer struggles to make sense of... read more

The Report

Jessica Francis Kane

It is an early spring evening in 1943 when the air-raid sirens wail out over the East End of London. From every corner of Bethnal Green, people emerge from pubs, cinemas and houses and set off for the shelter of the tube station. But at the entrance steps, something goes badly wrong, the crowd panics, and 173 people are crushed to death. When an enquiry is called for, it falls to the local mag... read more

It is an early spring evening in 1943 when the air-raid sirens wail out over the East End of London. From every corner of Bethnal Green, people emerge from pubs, cinemas and houses and set off for the shelter of the tube station. But at the entrance steps, something goes badly wrong, the crowd panics, and 173 people are crushed to death. When an enquiry is called for, it falls to the local mag... read more

Secrecy

Rupert Thomson

It is Florence, 1691. The Renaissance is long gone, and the city is a dark, repressive place, where everything is forbidden and anything is possible. The Enlightenment may be just around the corner, but knowledge is still the property of the few, and they guard it fiercely. Art, sex and power - these, as always, are the obsessions.Facing serious criminal charges, Gaetano Zummo is forced to fle... read more

It is Florence, 1691. The Renaissance is long gone, and the city is a dark, repressive place, where everything is forbidden and anything is possible. The Enlightenment may be just around the corner, but knowledge is still the property of the few, and they guard it fiercely. Art, sex and power - these, as always, are the obsessions.Facing serious criminal charges, Gaetano Zummo is forced to fle... read more

Arctic Chill (Reykjavik Murder Mysteries Book 5)

Arnaldur Indridason

A dark-skinned young boy is found dead, frozen to the ground in a pool of his own blood. The boy's Thai half-brother is missing; is he implicated, or simply afraid for his own life? While fears increase that the murder could have been racially motivated, the police receive reports that a suspected paedophile has been spotted in the area.Detective Erlendur's investigation soon unearths the tens... read more

A dark-skinned young boy is found dead, frozen to the ground in a pool of his own blood. The boy's Thai half-brother is missing; is he implicated, or simply afraid for his own life? While fears increase that the murder could have been racially motivated, the police receive reports that a suspected paedophile has been spotted in the area.Detective Erlendur's investigation soon unearths the tens... read more

Nobody Is Ever Missing

Catherine Lacey

Without telling her family, Elyria takes a one-way flight to New Zealand, abruptly leaving her stable life in Manhattan, her home, her career and her loving husband. As the people she has left behind scramble to figure out what has happened to her, Elyria embarks on a hitchhiker's odyssey, testing fate by travelling in the cars of overly-kind women and deeply-strange men, tacitly being swept i... read more

Without telling her family, Elyria takes a one-way flight to New Zealand, abruptly leaving her stable life in Manhattan, her home, her career and her loving husband. As the people she has left behind scramble to figure out what has happened to her, Elyria embarks on a hitchhiker's odyssey, testing fate by travelling in the cars of overly-kind women and deeply-strange men, tacitly being swept i... read more

The Letter Bearer

Robert Allison

The Rider has no memory of who he is, or how he came to be lying - dying - in the brutal heat of the North African desert. Rescued by a band of deserters, the Rider begins to piece together his identity, based on shards of recollection and the letters in his post bag. The Letter Bearer is unlike any other novel of World War Two. It asks profound questions about trauma, warfare and the experien... read more

The Rider has no memory of who he is, or how he came to be lying - dying - in the brutal heat of the North African desert. Rescued by a band of deserters, the Rider begins to piece together his identity, based on shards of recollection and the letters in his post bag. The Letter Bearer is unlike any other novel of World War Two. It asks profound questions about trauma, warfare and the experien... read more

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