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"Satan was a Lesbian" | Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperback Book Cover Art....Well, he does do that thing with his tongue. :)
Satan Was A Lesbian! Funny Vintage Book Cover.
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12 Insane Queer Pulp Novel Covers
I took Nir on Monday to one of my favourite shops in Soho - a vintage place - where we came across reproductions of the classic pulp cover for Satan Was a Lesbian (by Fred Haley, 1966). I talked about my love of pulp fiction before - admittedly, most of it is because of the…
When I saw a list of top ten book covers on Estella's Revenge, I immediately wanted to do my own post, and then the Book Blogger Hop had this as its question: Do You Judge a Book By Its Cover?; however, I'm not exactly a book cover connoisseur, and I quickly realized that any choices I made would be rather arbitrary and random. But then I remembered I Prefer Girls. I just adore old pulp fiction book covers, especially of the sexy, sometime lesbian, always sultry, now and then killer chick variety. They are so over-the-top, unique, and wonderful strange. I have five or six hanging in my office. I Prefer Girls may be my favorite of the bunch, but here are a few more that I love. First up, the book with the No Shit! award for a title: Next, we have what I consider to be a rather artful cover. I love the composition, and the skull in the mirror is wicked. This one has a pretty good title too. Then there's the down and dirty cracker girl, who easily pulls off the most lewd position... And we can't forget the smoke ring stylings of marijuana girl. And my absolute favorite, next to I Prefer Girls, is... I did not know that. Did you? I must say that it is the combination of title and cover art that appeals to me, for who can ignore those awesome, awesome titles. But I still hold that this counts for a top book covers post since the images are so unbelievably strange. To get down to the nitty gritty and answer the question: I think I'm more of a title person than I am a book cover person. While a cover can definitely strike my fancy, a title can make me buy a book. For example, I bought Maureen Dowd's Are Men Necessary? and A Field Guide to Burying Your Parents by Liza Palmer entirely because of the titles. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On a side note, for those of you who don't know, the Book Blogger Hop is hosted over at Crazy for Books. Alternately referred to as "A Great Way to Get to Know Other Bloggers" and "A Freaking Hazard to my Google Reader", the Book Blogger Hop gets over 300 links per week. Again, GR overload.