Literary Stocking Stuffers: Bookish Buttons Edition

When I was in graduate school, I carried a Vera Bradley messenger bag that my sister gave me, and to the flap, I pinned literary buttons:  a Shakespeare quote; some lit mag swag I got from AWP; and when I was ready, an HRC button. Buttons are ways to express ourselves in miniature, in small, understated ways, and luckily for bookish types, there are a great many bookish buttons to be had.

It’s never too early to start thinking of fun literary stocking stuffers. Bookish buttons are perfect little add-ons for any gifting you do this holiday season (for yourself or for others). The best part? Buttons can be affixed to anything from ribbons on a wrapped present to a Christmas stocking hung by the chimney with care. Plus, like bookmarks, buttons are budget-friendly. Happy shopping!

Footnote Button

Footnotes Are Great Button

Read Morrison Button

Read Morrison Button

Citation Needed Button

Citation Needed Button

I Read Diverse Books Button

I Read Diverse Books Button

Money Can't Buy Happiness Books Button

Money Can’t Buy Happiness… Button

Hatters Gonna Hat Button

Hatters Gonna Hat Button

I Read Past My Bedtime

I Read Past My Bedtime Button (Don’t we all?)

Darcy Lovers Collection Buttons

For the Austen fans, a set of 4 Austen buttons.

Reading Is Sexy Button

Reading Is Sexy Button (Good gracious, we hope so.)

Boys in Books Button

Boys in Books Button

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