Every Book Art Garfunkel Has Ever Read →
luckypaperstars: sagatrope: [via NEATORAMA] What Art Garkfunel Was Reading The Month I Was Born: A Fun Game for Anyone Born after 1968! Art Garfunkel was reading Howards End the month I was born! Way to go, Art!
booksinthekitchen: As anyone who uses the site can attest, Tumblr is a great venue for people to come together and gush about the things they love (most of which tends to involve pictures of elaborate cupcakes and/or Banksy stencils—but I digress). Lesser known, maybe, is that there’s also a strong literary community here. So I asked some of my fellow bookish types to recommend a lesser-known...
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srmarymartha: stardustmelody: I’m reblogging these for Katie Coyle. Also, they are amazing. This is basically my personal heaven.
The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer
The more secular I become, the less I can stand secular Christmas carols. They evoke absolutely nothing at all worth evoking. They all have themes like “home” and “snow” and “snuggling.” They all sound like the filler on some singer’s obligatory cash-grab of a Christmas album. “Jesus Christ, what time is it?” you can almost hear Dean...
Guernica: Your stories contain emotions made physical, often as a deformity....– Guernica interview with Aimee Bender
My Really Difficult Life:
Sometimes it feels like I will spend my whole life picking tomatoes off of sandwiches I specifically requested without tomatoes.
‘At any rate I’ll never go there again!’ said Alice, as she picked her way...– Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
Step Four: Cover In Cheese
This is the title of my forthcoming cookbook-memoir hybrid. To be adapted for the screen by Nora Ephron. In a theater near you Fall 2012. Starring Julia Roberts as a block of sharp cheddar with a heart of gold.
Of the many anxieties which every Christmas brings to the parental mind, none is...– Juvenile Literature As It Is, Edward Salmon (1888)
"Those Endlessly Falling Blocks and Their Holy... →
We call Salvatore Pane “Precious.” We call Salvatore Pane “Precious” because he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. We call Salvatore Pane “Precious” because he was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and “Precious” is a much better nickname than “Push.” We call Salvatore Pane “Precious” because it’s easier to use in...