I'm not here to do a hot take on The Handmaiden's Tale—there are so many other better researched and argued essays you could be reading if you wanted that—I'm here to talk about how surprised I was at the sexual imagery that some of the passages evoked.
Spotted: Mexican Pulp Art by Maria Christina Tavera. This book immediately got my attention with that cover! Giant bee women? UFOs? SCREAMING TREES??? Yes, please! The collection consists of Mexican pulp fiction covers from the 60s and 70s. The introduction below gives an overview of the genre and its artists: These covers are beautiful and terrifying! [...]
My brain must be in the gutter because I enjoyed these. This one's for the pervs out there.
Everyone can do this tag, even people who don’t own or haven’t read any books that fit the descriptions below. So there’s no excuse! The purpose of the tag is to promote the kinds of books that may not get a lot of attention in the book blogging community.