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Sleaze paperbacks for sale

Sleaze paperbacks for sale

Sleaze paperbacks for sale

You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. These, in turn, took on a "no holds barred" approach, in which the books were mostly about sex and plot was just sort of secondary. Not that I'm necessarily opposed By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. Only book numbers follow that. That section includes: The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. Home I define "sleaze" as using sensationalism to explore the borders of what is considered acceptable in the current literary environment. The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. Later in its run, Midwood would print more and more photo covers, often on "Double-Novels. While quite a few of those accounts end up in John Harrison's excellent book, there is also a tremendous amount of original research and specially commissioned articles. If you really love sleaze covers, check out the " Sexy Digests " and the " Other Publishers " folders. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. We have segued as a society from the judgmental "sleazy" to pallid delineation of "inappropriate," which is as about a meaningless word as you can get. Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. Court System still had a very broad definition of "pornography," which was illegal. In the second category the "sex books" , the largest publisher was Greenleaf, which had numerous labels seen at the left. The closer a book, topic or cover gets to that line, the "sleazier" it is. In the case of the first category sort of the "R-rated" sleaze books the largest publishers were Beacon and Midwood. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. I've attempted to keep books together in the database within publishers' groupings. Sleaze paperbacks for sale



Later in its run, Midwood would print more and more photo covers, often on "Double-Novels. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. I sort of put "Sleaze" into two categories. The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. For example, most covers by Zenith are pretty sleazy. The closer a book, topic or cover gets to that line, the "sleazier" it is. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. To read excerpts from his email to me, click HERE. In the second category the "sex books" , the largest publisher was Greenleaf, which had numerous labels seen at the left. You'll also find "sleazy cover art" in other sections of the database, like Popular Library, Gold Medal, various Avon publications, Berkley, Crest, and Monarch. Therefore, I've moved several publishers OUT of the "Sleaze" folder that probably have a right to be here. The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. What's taboo anymore?

Sleaze paperbacks for sale



I sort of put "Sleaze" into two categories. See my brief blog post about Greenleaf in the " Oddities " section. But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. Home I define "sleaze" as using sensationalism to explore the borders of what is considered acceptable in the current literary environment. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. Court System still had a very broad definition of "pornography," which was illegal. The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually worked under one or more aliases, or established "house-names. Therefore, I've moved several publishers OUT of the "Sleaze" folder that probably have a right to be here. Beginning with , they are identified as Midwood Tower Books. Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. According to the more liberal elements of society First is the type of publication used sex to sell books that might otherwise be categorized as mystery or romance. Midwood was published by Tower Publications.



































Sleaze paperbacks for sale



But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. The closer a book, topic or cover gets to that line, the "sleazier" it is. What's taboo anymore? The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. See my brief blog post about Greenleaf in the " Oddities " section. I've attempted to keep books together in the database within publishers' groupings. Therefore, I've moved several publishers OUT of the "Sleaze" folder that probably have a right to be here. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. In the case of the first category sort of the "R-rated" sleaze books the largest publishers were Beacon and Midwood. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. Not that I'm necessarily opposed John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. Midwood was published by Tower Publications. While quite a few of those accounts end up in John Harrison's excellent book, there is also a tremendous amount of original research and specially commissioned articles. According to the more liberal elements of society Only book numbers follow that. First is the type of publication used sex to sell books that might otherwise be categorized as mystery or romance. For example, most covers by Zenith are pretty sleazy.

The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. In the second category the "sex books" , the largest publisher was Greenleaf, which had numerous labels seen at the left. Later in its run, Midwood would print more and more photo covers, often on "Double-Novels. See my brief blog post about Greenleaf in the " Oddities " section. According to the more liberal elements of society And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. Home I define "sleaze" as using sensationalism to explore the borders of what is considered acceptable in the current literary environment. But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. That section includes: In the case of the first category sort of the "R-rated" sleaze books the largest publishers were Beacon and Midwood. Not that I'm necessarily opposed The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. For example, most covers by Zenith are pretty sleazy. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. To read excerpts from his email to me, click HERE. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually worked under one or more aliases, or established "house-names. You'll also find "sleazy cover art" in other sections of the database, like Popular Library, Gold Medal, various Avon publications, Berkley, Crest, and Monarch. Therefore, I've moved several publishers OUT of the "Sleaze" folder that probably have a right to be here. Sleaze paperbacks for sale



You'll also find "sleazy cover art" in other sections of the database, like Popular Library, Gold Medal, various Avon publications, Berkley, Crest, and Monarch. Midwood was published by Tower Publications. These, in turn, took on a "no holds barred" approach, in which the books were mostly about sex and plot was just sort of secondary. By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. While quite a few of those accounts end up in John Harrison's excellent book, there is also a tremendous amount of original research and specially commissioned articles. If you lose track, click the image and see the publisher's name in the picture's web address. Home I define "sleaze" as using sensationalism to explore the borders of what is considered acceptable in the current literary environment. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. Beginning with , they are identified as Midwood Tower Books. The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. The closer a book, topic or cover gets to that line, the "sleazier" it is. I sort of put "Sleaze" into two categories. Court System still had a very broad definition of "pornography," which was illegal. I've attempted to keep books together in the database within publishers' groupings. According to the more liberal elements of society To read excerpts from his email to me, click HERE. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. That section includes: We have segued as a society from the judgmental "sleazy" to pallid delineation of "inappropriate," which is as about a meaningless word as you can get. But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder.

Sleaze paperbacks for sale



But I simply couldn't bring myself to put "The Oral Roberts Reader" in this group, so I moved the whole publisher out and into the "Other Publishers" folder. These, in turn, took on a "no holds barred" approach, in which the books were mostly about sex and plot was just sort of secondary. Court System still had a very broad definition of "pornography," which was illegal. The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. If you really love sleaze covers, check out the " Sexy Digests " and the " Other Publishers " folders. If you lose track, click the image and see the publisher's name in the picture's web address. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. John Harrison's book is more than just lurid covers and checklists of authors and artists. The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. Midwood was published by Tower Publications. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. See my brief blog post about Greenleaf in the " Oddities " section. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. I sort of put "Sleaze" into two categories. In the second category the "sex books" , the largest publisher was Greenleaf, which had numerous labels seen at the left. According to the more liberal elements of society Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. Later in its run, Midwood would print more and more photo covers, often on "Double-Novels. And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. The closer a book, topic or cover gets to that line, the "sleazier" it is. To read excerpts from his email to me, click HERE.

Sleaze paperbacks for sale



Later in its run, Midwood would print more and more photo covers, often on "Double-Novels. The Adult labels of the 's, such as the later Beeline and Liverpool Library books are not, in my opinion, candidates for "sleaze. I've attempted to keep books together in the database within publishers' groupings. Many of these books published in the 50's and 60's might have been marketed as hardboiled mystery or romance novels, but the publisher believed that the work could make a larger profit by packaging it as a sexually oriented work. In the case of the first category sort of the "R-rated" sleaze books the largest publishers were Beacon and Midwood. This book is a great resource for both the collector and the social historian. This is a wonderful examination of a time when our morality was defined by what we kept under the counter or in plain brown wrappers. It's really a look back at the way America used to be, back in the days when it actually was possible to be sleazy; now, all the strictures of society seem to have fallen away. I sort of put "Sleaze" into two categories. We have segued as a society from the judgmental "sleazy" to pallid delineation of "inappropriate," which is as about a meaningless word as you can get. While quite a few of those accounts end up in John Harrison's excellent book, there is also a tremendous amount of original research and specially commissioned articles. Midwood was published by Tower Publications. What's taboo anymore? By , there was little discernable difference between "pornography," i. If you lose track, click the image and see the publisher's name in the picture's web address. If you really love sleaze covers, check out the " Sexy Digests " and the " Other Publishers " folders. Collector Jim Mix tries to make some sense out of Midwood-Tower's strange numbering system. You'll also find checklists of writers, artists and publishers, the lifeblood of serious collectors, and very much needed in a publishing realm where artists and writers usually wor People interested in the world of adult paperbacks and trashy novels have had to glean information from obscure journals and micro-press monographs. Beginning with , they are identified as Midwood Tower Books. You'll also find "sleazy cover art" in other sections of the database, like Popular Library, Gold Medal, various Avon publications, Berkley, Crest, and Monarch. The Beacon label would eventually give way to Softcover Library, starting somewhere around B, but it kept the same lighthouse colophon. According to the more liberal elements of society In the second category the "sex books" , the largest publisher was Greenleaf, which had numerous labels seen at the left. And so, they pressed the edges of that particular envelope very hard, and often had books questioned in court. The second type of publisher wanted to sell "sex books" but couldn't because the U. Not that I'm necessarily opposed For example, most covers by Zenith are pretty sleazy. Court System still had a very broad definition of "pornography," which was illegal.

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