We produce T-shirts based on fictional businesses from popular novels, and we donate the profits to Protect, America's first political lobby for child protection. Read about us on the WCBS 101.1 FM website, in the Chicago Tribune, USA Today, the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, and Time Out New York! Or watch us on ABC-7 News:
If you want to order shirts for your bookstore, send an email to loubank at 10ap dot com. (You know how to convert that into a true email address, right?) If you're an author and want to get in on the fun, drop a line to that same address.
Q: How can I view the status of my order?
A: Go to the Service page, select Account Information. Here you'll find a list of all your orders. Click the date of the order whose status you wish to view.
Q: How are these shirts printed?
A: All designs are SCREEN-PRINTED (not some cheap, one-off photo print). Most are printed on Anvil 100% organic cotton T-shirts.
Q: Where are these shirts printed?
A: All of the shirts are printed at Propaganda in Chicago.
Q: Are you the only guys making literary T-shirts?
A: Nope! We're a growing breed. For instance, my pals at Novel-T make a line of shirts that imagine what baseball-team jerseys would look like if your favorite authors were in the ballpark instead of the bookstore! And they also do a couple of author-pun shirts, like "Poe a Tree" and "Walt's with Me." (Say those lines out loud, then they'll make sense.) Check them out!