Tag Archives: Penguin Books

Don’t let the bastards cheer you up

I never tire of London-based artist Harland Miller’s brilliant send-ups of iconic Penguin book covers. His faux vintage covers are always on point.

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Be More Pirate

First-time author San Conniff Allende’s new book Be More Pirate: Or How to Take On the World and Win is all about audacity and risk taking. To prove that he walks the walk, Allende, disguised as a contractor, plastered an eight-meter-long … Continue reading

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When The Bookstores Are Closed

Singapore bookstore BooksActually has launched the first two of a new series of book vending machines. The machines are located at the Singapore Visitors Centre and the National Museum of Singapore. The book vendors will be rotated every three months … Continue reading

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It’s Lost Novel Season

Last week, Jack Kerouac‘s first novel, The Sea is My Brother, was finally published (Penguin, UK) 40 years after his death and 70 years after it was written. Long thought to be lost forever, the freshman novel was supposedly discovered … Continue reading

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