What I'm Reading
I love listening to the Lovin’ Spoonful. Their music is sort of laid-back and never pretentious. Listening to this soothing music brings back a lot of memories of the 1960s. Nothing really special, though. If they were to make a movie about my life (just the thought of which scares me), these would be the scenes they’d leave on the cutting-room floor. “We can leave this episode...
Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and...– Neil Gaiman’s advice to young people embarking upon a career in the arts. (via explore-blog)
What I'm Reading
The baby boy wriggled in his arms, a warm, wet mass, softer than a goat and harrier than a rabbit kid. He held a blade over a candle flame for some time, then cut the cord and rubbed the baby with a wetted shirt. When this was done he laid the child in a basket near the fire and then stood at the head of the bed and looked down at this wife’s face a long moment. Abruptly, he bent low and placed...
Everyone is creative.
Anthony Doerr reading at The Little Church! →
PDX people… you gotta go to this! thetinhouse: Tin House and the Portland State University Creative Writing Program invite you to a special event with acclaimed fiction writer Anthony Doerr, who will read from his work and participate in a staged interview about his work and craft. Anthony Doerr is the author of The…
Guardian Music: Want to take part in Music Diary... →
guardianmusic: “Music Diary 2012 is an attempt to document, over the course of one week, how we listen to music: when we listen, where we listen, who we’re with when we listen, and how we choose what we listen to. Anyone is welcome to join in, as long as you would ordinarily be listening to music in that week or…