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I Like Food, Food Tastes Good: February’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Touring with your band is hard. The hunger for music sometimes overcomes practical day-to-day necessities, like filling your belly with wholesome meals. Brooklyn writer Kara Zuaro reached out to noted musicians in favorite indie bands to uncover their on-the-road recipes in I Like Food, Food Tastes Good.

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So You Created a Wormhole: January’s Book of the Month Giveaway

“It’s not unlikely that this guide has been clandestinely placed in your path precisely to create a time traveler out of you…” reads our latest Book of the Month, So You Created a Wormhole.

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Book It: Creative Bookcases For Your Literary Loves

Disaster Bookshelf

The only furniture to survive the six apartments I’ve passed through in my adult life is my bookshelves – my cherished bookshelves, which are filled with my most prized possessions.

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The Star Wars Cookbook Kit: December’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Episode VII, BOOK OF THE MONTH. It is a period of festive joy and cheer at the ModCloth offices. Our featured title, The Star Wars Cookbook Kit, dazzles many a merry Mod bounty hunter with its clever recipe names and character-shaped cookie cutters.

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Page Turners: Inspiration from the Wonderful Andy Warhol

This holiday, for us, has been all about mid-century charm. When concepting our Holiday Gift Guide, graphic designer Ryan looked to the work of a well-known, ModCloth favorite – Andy Warhol!

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One Good Deed a Day: November’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Though any time is a good time to do a good deed, why not start a daily diary of your friendly gestures? Chronicle Books’ One Good Deed a Day: A Journal encourages you take a moment and do something nice for others, yourself, and the world.

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Page Turners: Life in a Bubble Has Never Looked So Good

It’s an undoubtedly incredible work, but I want to know how Melvin Sokolsky came up with the concept for this 1963 Harper’s Bazaar editorial.

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Pinhole Cameras: October’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Book of the Month: Pinhole Cameras - A Do-It-Yourself Guide

Chris Keeney’s Pinhole Cameras: A Do-It-Yourself Guide shows you how to build and operate your own camera by using everyday household materials and a few specialty items.

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A Twin Peaks Fanzine? Oh, yes.

Damn Fine Coffee! A Twin Peaks fanzine

If you’re a longtime follower of the ModCloth Blog, you know that every few months – like clockwork – one of us will write something about Twin Peaks.

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Page Turners: The Wishful Thinking Behind Wish Magazine

What’s better than a pull-out infographic poster that tells you whether or not you have indeed turned into an ‘Early Granny’? Nothing – exactly! Carrie Harwood and Lucy Nicolls, the creators of the illustration- and quirk-rich Wish Magazine, have successfully identified exactly what all of us trinket-loving and nefariously knitting ‘zine queens want, and boy did they deliver.

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