Regina Flath

Regina is a book designer and illustrator. She graduated in 2009 with a BFA in Illustration from the University of the Arts. She's hapa: half Filipino and half American and 100% constructed from witchcraft, yarn, sewing needles, and snacks. She's a friend to imaginary creatures everywhere.

Regina is represented by Teresa Kietlinski at Bookmark Literary. View her portfolio here.

Regina is also the cohost of the podcast Which Witch is Witch, a pop culture podcast about ladies who use magic. If you want to hear her and Derrick Sanskrit wax poetic about witches, feminism, and lots of tangents about X-Men, check that out here!

Clients

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bloomsbury USA, Walker Books for Young Readers, Random House, Sourcebooks, The University of the Arts, Amazon Publishing Company, Simon and Schuster Simon Pulse, and others.

Awards

  •  2017  Best Children's Book Series Category 1st Place, New York Book Show: Night World Series (cover art direction and designer, interior art direction and design)
  • 2016 Best Children's Book Category 3rd Place, New York Book Show: Diary of a Haunting (jacket art direction and design, cover art direction and design,  interior art direction and design)

Interviews and Speaking Engagements

If you're interested in interviewing Regina for your blog or website, or if you'd like her to join your panel or be a guest speaker at your design/illustration event, drop her a note! She loves any opportunity to talk about book design, illustration, and art direction! Bonus points if you need a visual presentation; her animated gif game is strong.

On the Internet and Beyond:

2018:

Interviewed on Smart Bitches Trashy Books podcast

Guest on New Visions podcast with Society of Illustrators

Panelist on Diversity in Design at Penguin Random House, in associate with the Young to Publishing Group

Interviewed by the author of The Window

Behind the Scenes for THE DARK DESCENT OF ELIZABETH FRANKENSTEIN on GetUnderlined

2017:

New York Comic Con panel speaker: Women of Color Break Out the Books

Readers recreate my design for When Dimple Met Rishi

Casual Optimist Best of 2017 for This Mortal Coil and When Dimple Met Rishi

Paste Magazine Best of 2017 for When Dimple Met Rishi

Bookish Best of 2017 for This Mortal Coil and When Dimple Met Rishi

2016:

Magination Press

BookRiot

2015:

BookMachine Week 2015 panel speaker

Covers featured in Best of 2015 round-ups: HIT, HIT, HIT & Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls

YA Highway

2014:

Guest speaker for UArts Illustration Seniors

Stay Bookish

Books Make Me Happy

2013:

Guest speak for UArts Illustration Seniors

Creative Ladies

WovenMyst

NonSlick

That Cover Girl