Tag Archives: The New Yorker

tawdry and salacious : the taming of innocence

by Art Chantry (art@artchantry.com) dirty books. with bent pages. stains. yellowed. icky. THE underground world of the dirty book market seems to have gone away, finally nailed into it’s coffin by the internet. it’s sort of hard to believe now, … Continue reading

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at the apex of hip and cool

Arthur Getz and and when the New Yorker was hip… Art Chantry (art@artchantry.com): The thing that is so marvelous about the covers from the New Yorker magazine is that those people who put them together strived SO HARD to reflect … Continue reading

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Fool On The Hill

A forty-five year non-publishing silence. Thats a lot of writers block. Or perfectionism. Or something else. Perhaps the paranormal. Conflicting accounts have emerged of what J.D. Salinger’s been doing in the years since the 1965 publication of his last story … Continue reading

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