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Love Street: Pulp Romance for Modern Women
Visually arresting, irresistibly sexy, and ferociously funny, this faux 1980s pulp love magazine is the perfect beach read, coffee table accessory, or gift from the brain that brought you @theyellowhairedgirl.
Dedicated to broken-hearted girls who will always love again, Love Street: Pulp Romance for Modern Women was thoughtfully written by Leah Rachel, who knows how you feel.
Have you ever hooked up with a homeless hottie who stole your heart, but then also your potato chips? Flaked out on friends and changed the course of your entire life after meeting the “perfect” guy before discovering his multiple undiagnosed anti-social personality disorders? Planned a What-Would-Dolly-Parton-Do day but then realized you have no hair spray and just ate raw cookie dough by yourself instead? If it’s happened to Leah Rachel, it can happen to you. Instagram’s insanely popular Yellow Haired Girl, unloads in this brutally funny and vibrantly illustrated book about love, fluids, resilience, pain, and owning the whole marvelous mess we call womanhood.
Filled with quizzes, recipes for the lost, mad libs, puzzles, horoscopes, and raw personal essays, Love Street is packed with screw-it-all advice on sex, drugs, diets, dating, self-esteem, body image, friends, romance, masturbation, fashion, and crashing into love so fast and hard you’re as sure as your lost dignity it’s the real thing. This unique, eye-popping work of pulp art is both aspirational and cringingly relatable. This is for any woman who isn’t afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve, no matter how many times it’s been through the washer. Paper dolls included.
Leah Rachel lives in Laurel Canyon, CA. She spends her days writing, fantasizing, and messing up her relationships. She written movies and television shows for Universal, Lionsgate, Amazon, and HBO. She is currently working on the Netflix series "Chambers" starring Uma Thurman, which she created and wrote. In addition to all that name-dropping Hollywood f*ckery, Leah’s alter-ego, @TheYellowHairedGirl has become one of her most honest and fulfilling artistic expressions.