Some upcoming cover art:
Gollancz in the UK are reissuing their George R.R. Martin books in new covers. Neither The Armageddon Rag nor Tuf Voyaging have been available in UK editions for well over twenty years. Incidentally, the Eye of Sauron is on the cover of The Armageddon Rag as it's about a rock band called the Nazgul.
Meanwhile, the UK paperback editions of A Dance with Dragons launch in late March. Incidentally, this leaves the UK paperback sequence of A Song of Ice and Fire now listed as:
A Game of Thrones: Book One of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Clash of Kings: Book Two of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Storm of Swords - Steel and Snow: Book Three Part One of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Storm of Swords - Blood and Gold: Book Three Part Two of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Feast for Crows: Book Four of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Dance with Dragons - Dreams and Dust: Book Five Part One of A Song of Ice and Fire
A Dance with Dragons - After the Feast: Book Five Part Two of A Song of Ice and Fire
Seems a bit unwieldy. I think Voyager need to find a way of getting ASoS and ADWD in one paperback volume apiece. If much larger books in the UK can be published as one volume (Hamilton's The Naked God, several of Diana Gabaldon's novels, most things by James Clavell), then so can these.
Meanwhile, there's the first non-tie-in, original novel by Paul S. Kemp, The Hammer and the Blade: Tales of Egil and Nix, on its way from Angry Robot Books in July.
Finally, Stephen King's Dark Tower sequence is getting a new lick of paint for its UK editions. These should be percolating onto shelves in the near future.