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Mind Fields is a book featuring paintings by the Polish artist Jacek Yerka and short stories by the American author Harlan Ellison. The 34 paintings by Yerka were created first. Ellison then wrote a short story based on his reaction to each of these paintings. The only exception was the story "Under the Landscape" which was based on two similar paintings.

Jacek Yerka 's work can be seen in Mind Fields, a book in which Harlan Ellison has provided narration for each of Yerka's selected pieces. See Mind Fields: The Art of Jacek Yerka : The Fiction of Harlan Ellison, Morpheus International (1993), ISBN 0962344796 - reviewed by Robert K.J. Killheffer, At play in the fields of the weird - surrealist painter Jacek Yerka, in Omni magazine, Dec 1993

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