Monsters of Modern Literature

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Who wants candy for Halloween when you can get trading cards of your favorite un-dead writers? From the spooky mind of Lincoln Michel, these pun-filled portraits show literary heavyweights in their most monstrous form, like Thomas Python, Roboto Bolaño, and Bone Didion.

They’re just $5 on Etsy and make a perfect halloween treat for you boyfriend or ghoulfriend. Collect them all!

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