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Published:July 24th, 2008 16:28 EST
Literary Greats Make Jump From Books to T-Shirts

Literary Greats Make Jump From Books to T-Shirts

By SOP newswire2

Atlantic City, NJ (July 24, 2008) " An online T-shirt company is pressing onto T-shirts the faces and quotes of the world`s most renowned novelists, poets, philosophers and dramatists.
 Literary Rags sell their T-shirts (always black shirts with white ink) at LitRags has over eighty authors to choose from, but plans on adding a staggering two hundred others in the future. Currently, we have a nice array of choices", says company founder, Dave Richardson, there is someone for everyone, but we want to continue to add writers because there have been so many great thinkers throughout history." has been operating for about two years and feels their website and the quality of their product shows with satisfied customers. We use only the highest quality T-shirts," says Richardson, that has been our idea from the beginning - we didn`t want to use poor quality T-shirts just to keep the cost down.  We want the customer to be extremely happy with the quality." market their T-shirts primarily through popular literary blogs, and have seen a wide range of customers, It`s been interesting and fun," says Richardson," we get e-mails and guest book entries from people of all walks of life," he adds.  LitRags has always believed that literature and the love of great authors is still very much alive in today`s hi-tech world.
 Literary Rags realizes that there are other T-shirt companies out there that dabble in some of the more well known authors, but feel what separates them is the company`s exclusivity to literature, and the uncommon list of authors. "What makes your site so different is the unique selection of authors," said Levi Asher of 
 Once asked what makes Literary Rags different, Richardson answered, "They are simply T-shirt people with an occasional literary endeavor, and we are constant literary people with a T-shirt endeavor."
Contact: David Richardson
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