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Damn Fine Coffee! A Twin Peaks fanzine

A Twin Peaks Fanzine? Oh, yes.

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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What on Earth are You Wearing? September’s Book of the Month

September Book of the Month

Witty, brash, amusing, and cheeky to the extreme, What on Earth are You Wearing? hails from a planet much more engaging than your typical coffee table book.

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Required Reading: ModCloth Employees’ Favorite School Books

Whether your days of required reading are far behind you or fresh in your mind, sometimes what starts as an assigned book can become an all-time favorite. If you’re looking for a new novel to add to your shelf, our helpful ModEmployees are here with their own reading list recommendations.

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Page Turners: Klimt Meets Couture

Image via Ciao Vogue. Inspired by Klimt’s Expectation (1909).

Upon seeing this 1965 Vogue Italia editorial (the likes of which are cousin to our Fashion from the ‘Art’ stylebook), I couldn’t help but utter a litany of ooh

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The Indie Rock Coloring Book: August’s Book of the Month Giveaway

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Book of the Month: The Indie Rock Coloring Book

Going to an art gallery–pretty sophisticated, huh? Attending an indie rock show–super cool. Coloring–FUN! That’s exactly what you can do with The Indie Rock Coloring Book, our August Book of the Month!

Created by the do-gooders at Montreal organization …

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Welcome to Miami: Retro Beach Photos to Fall For

When I came across Ann Armbruster’s book The Life and Times of Miami Beach at local thrifting mecca Urban Ore, I immediately knew I had to add it to my collection of retro tomes. I whip it …

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Shelf Life: Reading & Riding


Girls in Trucks by Katie Crouch. Image by UNYPL.

The daily commute can indeed be dull, so it’s no wonder why many of us pop in earbuds, immerse ourselves in digital doodads, and muddle through it every day. But, …

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Quote of the Day: Eleanor Roosevelt on To-dos

As writers, our Literature Loves board on Pinterest holds a place near and dear to our hearts. So much so that we asked one of our graphic designers, Sam, to use her magic to make some of our favorite …

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More Badder Grammar!: July’s Book of the Month Giveaways

So we all make mistakes sometime. There’s not enough time to properly revise your term paper, you need a second pear of eyes to look over that blog post. But you just want to get it done. Receiving feedback for …

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