Reuse, recycle — rejoice! Welcome to the third edition of the New Vintage Reviews Carnival, where we review “old stuff” that is likely new to someone… We hopes that it inspires you to dust off the things in your closet, mom’s basement, grandma’s attic etc. and put them to use again.
In The $1.99 Career Change?, I review Parker Brother’s Careers game, here at Kitsch Slapped.
In Vintage Game Nerd Alert: Bottoms-Up, I review the vintage Bottoms-Up game by E. S. Lowe at Collectors’ Quest.
In Let’s Play Shutbox, I review the classic Shut The Box game, here at Kitsch Slapped.
At Cal’s Board Game Musings, Calvin Daniels reviews Harry’s Grand Slam Baseball.
Kerrie presents Agatha Christie’s The Mysterious Mr. Quin at Mysteries in Paradise.
At Sharing Experiences, Andy Hayes presents Life Imitates Art: Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.
In Monday Movie Meme: Trauma In Your Drama?, Jaynie Van Roe reviews Easy Rider at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
In The Ugly Dachshund Is A Beautiful Great Dane, I review The Ugly Dachshund at Collectors’ Quest.
Classic Kitschy Travel Destinations:
In the Retro Museum of Awesome, Dave reviews the Retro Arcade Museum (at NYCResistor).
At Retro Road Map, ModBetty reviews the Trailer Park Lounge.
Jim Murdoch presents The Truth About Lies: The Sonnets posted at The Truth About Lies. — a new (2008) novel on a very old subject.
That’s it for this month!
Please submit your blog articles to the next edition of new vintage reviews using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts (maybe you’ll be one?!) can be found on our blog carnival index page. For more info, read this!