Category: Glad Rags
The Girl Stays in the Picture
The Girl Stays in the PictureEight Silent Films and the Women Who Made Them Legendary The silent-movie boom of the early 20th century left an indelible mark on pop culture, and is perhaps the cinema era that cinema loves best. From Singin’ in the Rain to The Artist, Hollywood often returns to those seemingly-halycon days of dashing men who made movies happen, and ingenues they loved.…
Glad Rags!
Glad Rags!I don’t even know how to start with how excited I am to be announcing this. Let’s cut to the chase. From today’s Publisher’s Lunch: Nebula Award nominee and Crawford Award winner Genevieve Valentine’s GLAD RAGS, a reimagining of the Twelve Dancing Princesses as flappers, set amidst the splendor and beautiful chaos of the roaring twenties in Manhattan, to Atria, in a pre-empt, for publication in 2014.…