fuckyeahbookarts:

‘Love’ Bookbinding by Siu Yuett (Teresa Tsang) 

other-wordly:

pronunciation | ‘red-a-“man-sE

other-wordly:

pronunciation | ‘red-a-“man-sE

(Source: literarynerd)

trinityburn:

So I’m at an old cafe by the beach alone and I got up to use the restroom and buy a croissant. When I returned this was in my book ~

trinityburn:

So I’m at an old cafe by the beach alone and I got up to use the restroom and buy a croissant. When I returned this was in my book ~

(Source: pbfcomics.com)

slaughterhouse90210:

“We are told not to privilege one story above another. All the stories must be told. Well, maybe that’s true, maybe all stories are worth hearing, but not all stories are worth telling.” 
― Jeanette Winterson, Lighthousekeeping

slaughterhouse90210:

“We are told not to privilege one story above another. All the stories must be told. Well, maybe that’s true, maybe all stories are worth hearing, but not all stories are worth telling.”

― Jeanette Winterson, Lighthousekeeping

(Source: pbfcomics.com)

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From Passive Aggressive Notes:

Ever wondered what it would be like sharing an office with William Carlos Williams?

First with the plums, now lemons? Seriously, Bill?

I hope you enjoyed the half lemon I had just taken out of the fridge. Next time buy your own. We all Work for ourselves not to feed Strangers.

And by the way, I’d like my red wheelbarrow back, please. (So much depends upon it, after all.)

HELP YOURSELF But NOT to the Wheelbarrow (like last year) please!

"A writer’s work is the product of laziness, you see. A writer’s work essentially consists of taking his mind off things, of thinking about something else, of daydreaming, of not being in any hurry to go to sleep but to imagine something … And then comes the actual writing, and that’s his trade. That is, I don’t think the two things are incompatible. Besides, I think that when one is writing something that’s more or less good, one doesn’t feel it to be a chore; one feels it to be a form of amusement. A form of amusement that doesn’t exclude the use of intelligence, just as chess doesn’t exclude it."
Jorge Luis Borges on writing – wisdom from his most candid interviews, a fine addition to our ongoing archive of notable advice on writing. (via explore-blog)