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Great Drinkers Shot Glasses
Is there a connection between literary greatness and alcohol? Well, let's see -- Lord Byron, Yeats, and Dorothy Parker all drank heartily, but Stephen King doesn't touch the stuff. You draw your own conclusions. Our Great Drinkers Shot Glass Set celebrates six immortal literary figures who are as famous for their drinking as they are for their work. Raise your glass and down a shot in the company of Oscar Wilde, Dorothy Parker, Winston Churchill, Yeats, and Baudelaire. Each 2 oz. shot glass features an illustration of the author along with a memorable quote about drinking. (For example, Yeats' shot glass includes the quote "The problem with some people is that when they're not drunk, they're sober.") So grab a Great Drinkers Shotglass and down a few, but remember to drink and write responsibly.
Literary Map of Cape Cod
This handsome poster is a wonderful tribute to the literary traditions of Cape Cod. You'll find listings of classic writers like e.e. cummings and Eugene O'Neil as well as contemporary writers like Mary Oliver and Nathaniel Philbrick. There is also a listing of more than a dozen literary landmarks, such as the the Norman mailer Center & Writer's Colony, the Edward Gorey House, and the Thornton Burgess Museum.

Sales tax is additional for Massachusetts residents.
Much Ado About Nothings
When you've written 38 plays and 154 sonnets, you have to be really organized. Most people praise William Shakespeare for his use of language, plot, and character -- but we're totally blown away by his ability to keep track of everything. Hundreds of characters... hundreds of locations... and enough plot twists and turns to make a lesser man dizzy. But The Bard stayed on top of things, and you can too, with these Much Ado About Nothings Sticky Notes. They come in a handsome 3 1/4" X 4 1/4" booklet that features William Shakespeare himself on the cover. Inside you will find hundreds of sticky notes in varying shapes and sizes and colors. As Shakespeare himself wrote in Much Ado About Nothing: "Do it in notes!"
Writers Cards Set
Boxed sets have 8 cards. 4 different styles, 2 of each card: Shakespeare, Austen, Joyce and Woolf. 4 sticker sheets of greetings, quotes, and pictures included.