Project Description

Mark Twain considered his contemporary, Fitz Hugh Ludlow to be one of the foremost writers in America. A fiction author, essayist and journalist, Ludlow is famous for binging cosmopolitan attention to the American continental interior by traveling through the Western territories with then-unknown landscape painter Albert Bierstadt for a series of travelogues for the Atlantic Monthly. Ludlow is also known for writing about addictions, including early treatments for opioids.

Over the next few months, Logosophia Books is releasing his collected works in seven volumes, for which I am designing the covers.