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fastcompany:

The publishing industry’s packaging of women’s literary fiction in stereotypically girly covers makes great books seem trashy.
“Even when their artistic merits are equal, women writers often still lack the cultural authority of their male counterparts, and this rampant trashy branding contributes to that disparity.”
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fastcompany:

The publishing industry’s packaging of women’s literary fiction in stereotypically girly covers makes great books seem trashy.

Even when their artistic merits are equal, women writers often still lack the cultural authority of their male counterparts, and this rampant trashy branding contributes to that disparity.”

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teachingliteracy:

Book shop (by Alan Fife)

teachingliteracy:

Book shop (by Alan Fife)

hollyhocksandtulips:

Vacation, 1950s

hollyhocksandtulips:

Vacation, 1950s

ladiesagainsthumanity:

RUTH. BADER. GINSBERG. 

via @sethdmichaels

hollyhocksandtulips:

Los Angeles, 1951

hollyhocksandtulips:

Los Angeles, 1951

nationalbook:

50 BookBench sculptures have been installed throughout London, in conjunction with a study from the National Literacy Trust that shows the number of young people who enjoy reading is on the rise.

(Via The Bookseller)

teachingliteracy:

[outdoor] reading space.

teachingliteracy:

[outdoor] reading space.

hollyhocksandtulips:

Pepsi, 1950s

hollyhocksandtulips:

Pepsi, 1950s

teachingliteracy:

Sunny nook (by ovunquebellezza)