Cindy Eagan, at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, bought North American...– Publishers Weekly (via warmgun)
That last post was symptomatic of the inevitable encounter with the Levinasian il y a that I experience after exceptionally long bouts with wakefulness. I think my strangely anamnetic (Platonic sense, not the liturgical sense, though that would be an interesting thread to pull) reading is to blame.
Any surface is a mirror if you’ll give it a chance
Two book reports having dialectical sex with one another?– Erin and I are trying to decipher a rather opaque midterm prompt.
Literal New Yorker Cartoon Caption
themonkeysyouordered: Sorry this piano doesn’t sound very good — it’s filled with water and dead fish.
Cat Summoned for Jury Duty →
This is probably the best story I’ve ever read.
I already have to delete stuff off of my Kindle to make room for more class material. I hate my life.
Working Thesis Titles
“I hope you’re coming for me; the top is lonely” “Glitter Wonderland in the No-No Zone” “I’m fucking fabulous and I was born this way” “Unorthodox Unorthodoxy and Mina Loy” “That one poem about hymens and stuff” “Mina Loy - no, not the birdlike abortions poem. Sick” “Please help me” ...
Are roman numerals considered words?– My friends text me the weirdest questions