12 Doctors, 12 stories, 12 gorgeous covers.
Great sexpectations. Thanks to #PornBooks on Twitter.
Way better than a dick pic.
I know it’s not cool to admit this. But Rachel turns anything into sonic gold.
Jeffrey Miller needs to release an EP like NOW, like RIGHT NOW.
Introduce your baby to the rock gods without causing premature ear damage.
Let’s face the facts: Ace of Base is best when someone else does it.
(And also perfect wedding tunes.)
MØ is a Danish singer. And a genius.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
A puntastic hashtag took over literary Twitter on Sunday night, so we decided to turn the jokes into reality.
Prepare to click the replay button.
You guys, this “Emotions” cover is everything. Spot on. Flaws detected = 0.
Who knew the Gregory Brothers were really good singers too? Love this.
A new book, Lolita: The Story Of A Cover Girl, reimagines the cover of Vladimir Nabokov’s classic novel. Heart-shaped sunglasses not included.
Behind every mighty superhero is an even mightier publicist. Made by tumblr artist Kim McG.
I think the 30s swing version of “Get Lucky” is probably the best one.
Let’s guess how long it takes before the accompanying profile refers to her as a Fitzgeraldian “bright young thing.” (My guess: not long.)
Go ahead, world, just TRY and ruin this song. I dare you. It can’t be done.
Most people wonder why she looks so stunned or, perhaps more aptly, pre-fart.
You guys, this was and still is awesome.
Beyoncé is The Gentlewoman.
This is seriously gorgeous.
Jealous of these people. I hate you all.
The famously androgynous model Andrej Pejic lends his “do me” face to the cover of a “mainstream” fashion magazine for the first time.
British indie band The xx covered “Last Christmas” on BBC Radio 1 and gave it a dark, brooding spin. Take that, holiday cheer!
Who knew that underneath her hit pop song was a really gorgeous ballad?
Britt Daniel’s new band totally nailed a cut from the R&B star’s new album in Rhode Island last night.