Category Archives: May Christie

Recycled Cover Art, Round Four!

The good news is that I have a working draft of an upcoming book review for a really neat book.  The bad news is that said draft is in dire need of serious editing, and in a few hours the … Continue reading

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Recycled Cover Art, Round Two!

Why design new cover art during a Great Depression when one can simply recycle?  My favorite middlebrow mid-century publisher seems to have used this technique often.  I will now emulate this virtuous notion of hasty production by writing a blog … Continue reading

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Playgirls in Love

As this past semester ended, all I could think about is what I’d rather be reading.  Playgirls in Love by May Christie was at the top of that list.  It’s got everything one could ever want in a 1932 romance:  an … Continue reading

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