Never stop reading...stories about t-shirts!

Reading is an activity that can reward you for your entire life, because even years after you've quit doing it, you can still totally score with a good Superfudge joke. Actually still reading books -- and pumping out t-shirts based on them -- the man behind {miles to go}.

Born in the state that just ripped our hoops hearts out (we don't blame you, Arizona) this coolly literary outfit has just released nine brand-new designs representing authors from Goethe to Ginsberg, just one of the many poets you skipped in college as you raged, raged against the dying of the light-beer keg. Some of the goods:

The Gunslinger, Steven King: This ode to the macabre future-Western was partly inspired by the quote "The place where you made your stand never mattered. Only that you were there... and still on your feet". Impossible, because The Stand was 823 pages -- only Donald Rumsfeld could type all that without sitting down.

The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway: A demonically bullish design for the novel that made impotence cool and gave us the phrase "Lost Generation", which perfectly described the feeling that all meaning had been destroyed by diabolical schemers' out-of-control ambitions, a harsh lesson sadly forgotten by the start of The Event WWII.

"The Tell Tale Heart", Edgar Allan Poe: "All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream" said Poe in this terrifying tale, which contrary to popular opinion is actually about a 4ft-tall Hakeem Olajuwon living inside the real Hakeem Olajuwon, though many now believe Tiny Hakeem was only 3'10".

Miles has also reworked old designs, from The Bell Jar to Moby Dick, which like all their shirts, comes in 2XL -- crucial if lifelong love of another Superfudge has turned you into a great white whale.