Failed Southern Ladies, Cattywampus Press
This book by Cattywampus Press explores mid-century femininity in the South by juxtaposing photography with scholarship. Consisting of 34 black and white photographs taken by now famous FSA photographers, the book also contains Xeroxed inserts showcasing several women’s studies scholars and critics opinions about what it means to be a Southern Lady.
6 x 9 inches
Edition of 25
French Paper Standard Craft White and Poptone Red
Risograph and photocopier
Vintage feed sack, screen printed covers
Each book has a different feed sack pattern for the cover, but the interiors are all the same.
Acquired by the UTSA Libraries Special Collection, 2017