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F. Scott Fitzgerald, American Beauty, Gets a Bookplate in the New Yorker, 1925

Anne Margaret Daniel | Posted 07.01.2013 | Books
Anne Margaret Daniel

The idea of being beautiful and damned is one readers have always associated with F. Scott Fitzgerald. The New Yorker picked up on this theme in an illustration that largely went unnoticed -- but not by Fitzgerald himself.

'Art Of The Dead': New Book Celebrates Poster Art Of The Grateful Dead

Posted 12.15.2012 | Fifty

If you're a deadhead or have one in the family, we've found the perfect holiday gift for you. "Art of The Dead," released this month by Counterpoint P...