This was originally supposed to be a post about the boogeyman (top gif), but I stumbled upon more of Duane Michel’s sequence photography, and they took my breathe away.
Untitled (Beach), 2012, © Whitney Hubbs, Courtesy M+B Gallery, Los Angeles.
"Susan Sontag, Cosmophage" from Wayne Koestenbaum’s "My 1980s & Other Essays"
Does someone ever write something about one of your idols in such a way that it pretty much simultaneously mirrors and destroys anything you could ever say about your idol? And you’re not even mad about it, you’re just so glad to read something that gets it so right?
This book is the greatest. Everyone should read it and then join my Koestenbaum fan club. We’re called The Wayneiacs and our theme song is “Dreaming” by Blondie. X ARS
conversations online abt
the use of grotesque
in flannery o’connor.
& the south is always
that in literature.
my heart is in a jar at the county fair. everyone pays a dollar to see it.
vivisection of last night
stain the microscopes.
the enemy of my enemy is my
Sleeping Rough by Valerie Macon — a self-published collection of poetry from the woman who was just appointed and resigned as North Carolina’s poet laureate
The most obvious answer could be: Yes, you have failed as a writer if you aren’t famous. What’s the point of writing if you know zero to three people are ever going to read your work? Try as you might to tell yourself that you’re doing it for yourself, it’s pretty evident that…
Untitled; Sunset Red on Yellow. 2011
Oil on wood panel
40 x 30 inches
I won’t soon forget the events that took place in #ferguson…will you?
hey everyone my teacher is trying to raise $10,000 to buy supplies for elementary schools in Ferguson here: http://www.gofundme.com/SchoolSuppliesforFerguson
it’d be really nice if you guys could maybe reblog this and help spread it around, or donate if possible.