Pulp Librarian @PulpLibrarianToday in pulp I look back at one of the most popular paperback genres of all time, now all but forgotten about.
This is the story of gothic romance... pic.twitter.com/W8d6mmNX9Z
Great thread and I'd love to see more Gothic romance queries in my inbox! #MSWL
Women Film Directors @women_directBorn this day: Actress/director/writer Ida Lupino. During her entire feature film directorial career (which spanned 1949-1966) she was the only woman working as a director in Hollywood. She would have turned 100 today. #IdaLupino100 pic.twitter.com/zAw8U77tm7
#MSWL I love her work!
#MSWL Last year, I received a ton of queries about fantastic female scientists and mathematicians. This year, I'd love to see female entrepreneurs, historical athletes, authors (Agatha Christie, Beatrix Potter bios), and politicians (Shirley Chisholm, Victoria Woodhull).
Witchcraft is afoot here. Or, if not, it should be. I'd love to see a scene like this in a manuscript! #MSWL || Murmurations: The Mesmerizing Beauty of Birds in Flight twistedsifter.com/videos/the-art…
Kirklees Museums @KirkleesMuseumsShoes found hidden in the roof of a building in Honley. Hiding shoes acted as a charm to protect the house from witchcraft #folkloreThursday pic.twitter.com/1cHxjWOPBH
I have a fascination with hidden objects in houses. I'd love to see some MG or adult witchy stories incorporate this! #MSWL
Adam Ellis @moby_dickheadI made a Storify of all my Dear David threads for easier viewing. I'll keep it up to date. storify.com/moby_dickhead/…