Posts Tagged: literature

The Record Books • The Black Keys

A publishing phenomenon. A dirty one.

The Record Books • The Black Keys

A publishing phenomenon. A dirty one.

The Record Books • Our Version Of Events

This thoughtful novel, set during World War I, deals with the phenomenon of perception influenced by prejudice, as it follows the European travels of an American jeweller.

The Record Books • Our Version Of Events

This thoughtful novel, set during World War I, deals with the phenomenon of perception influenced by prejudice, as it follows the European travels of an American jeweller.

The Record Books • X

Futuristic-virus sci-fi: ginger people are dying during illegal procedures designed to extract their unique X nucleii/pituitine-chromospurs, which ‘produce sex appeal’. 

The Record Books • X

Futuristic-virus sci-fi: ginger people are dying during illegal procedures designed to extract their unique X nucleii/pituitine-chromospurs, which ‘produce sex appeal’. 

The Record Books • White Ladder

1958 English bank clerk referees his internal wrestling match: tardy sexual awakening v catholic guilt. Guilt wins, TKO.

The Record Books • White Ladder

1958 English bank clerk referees his internal wrestling match: tardy sexual awakening v catholic guilt. Guilt wins, TKO.

The Record Books • Exile On Main Street

A real life road-to-Damascus tale on an epic larger-than-life 60s New York City scale.

The Record Books • Exile On Main Street

A real life road-to-Damascus tale on an epic larger-than-life 60s New York City scale.

The Record Books • Déjà Vu

“Am I literally living in the past?”, “Can thoughts think?”, “Am I whoever you think I am, based on who I appeared to be when you last thought about me?”

The Record Books • Déjà Vu

“Am I literally living in the past?”, “Can thoughts think?”, “Am I whoever you think I am, based on who I appeared to be when you last thought about me?”

The Record Books • Get Behind Me Satan

A frightful children’s educational story from 1962 dealing with themes of theology, ‘animal’ promiscuity and courtship. Published under the White Stripes brand, also responsible for Elephant.

The Record Books • Get Behind Me Satan

A frightful children’s educational story from 1962 dealing with themes of theology, ‘animal’ promiscuity and courtship. Published under the White Stripes brand, also responsible for Elephant.