Cover Back

The good, the bad, the ugly of vintage paperback covers.
newyorker:

For the first post in a series where we ask New Yorker writers what book they have revisited most often, Maile Meloy writes on J.D. Salinger’s, “Nine Stories”: http://nyr.kr/Lb0Yza

newyorker:

For the first post in a series where we ask New Yorker writers what book they have revisited most often, Maile Meloy writes on J.D. Salinger’s, “Nine Stories”: http://nyr.kr/Lb0Yza

bookorithms:

Always loved this book - Men at Arms by Evelyn Waugh. This is a Penguin edition from 1964 illustrated by Quentin Blake.

bookorithms:

Always loved this book - Men at Arms by Evelyn Waugh. This is a Penguin edition from 1964 illustrated by Quentin Blake.

writersbloqinc:

Some books have the power to give you the goosepimples before you even open them.

writersbloqinc:

Some books have the power to give you the goosepimples before you even open them.

She’s reading The Fountainhead. I suppose we should just be happy celebrities read.
roboflaneur:

Bridget Fonda

She’s reading The Fountainhead. I suppose we should just be happy celebrities read.

roboflaneur:

Bridget Fonda