|Vintage Pulp||Jan 17 2020|
Remember when politicians were motivated not by money and power, but by a desire to help people? Neither do we.
Below, a small collection of vintage paperbacks all featuring images of the U.S. Capitol. They're reminders that the building has always been a place of intrigue and treachery. Which is exactly why it's perfect for our website.
Jack LaitLee MortimerA.H. BerzenLarston D. FarrarBooth MooneyDashiell HammettHarriett H. CarrJan WarrenMargaret ScherfElliott Arnoldcover artcover collectionliterature
|Vintage Pulp||Aug 9 2015|
Please let me go back—I forgot to remind my publisher to credit me as the cover artist!
Above is a very nice cover with a wraparound element for J.B. O’Sullivan’s 1957 novel Nerve Beat. Digit Books had a high standard for cover art, and a correspondingly low frequency of identifying artists, but this piece is at least signed—Mortimer. We have no idea who that is. Nice work, though. You can see a comprehensive collection of Digit book covers at this link.