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Book Jacket Trends: Tattoo You II

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After yesterday’s item about books wearing their titles on their covel models’ sleeves, so to speak, readers sent in their own examples of tattoo-based cover design, this time on the much broader canvas offered by the backside…and Jennifer Joseph at Manic D Press reminded us of Myriam Gurba‘s Dahlia Season, which “has a cover tattoo babe whose tattoos are neither wussy nor photoshopped,” she says enthusiastically. “And, no, it’s not the author… though she has some nice tats, too.”

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