thegreattacocrawl:

President Lincoln, Alan Pinkerton, and John McClernand. Antietam, ca. 1862.

thegreattacocrawl:

President Lincoln, Alan Pinkerton, and John McClernand. Antietam, ca. 1862.

So, this one time, on tumblr, I wrote about my hair. Then I turned it into an essay.

Not that it’s important, but it’s kind of important that I’m going to get famous for making literary puns. It’s fine.

Onesie, people’s choice word of the year.

I can live with that.

I have some feelings about some men. It’s fine. Also I drew some weird Joaquin Phoenix fan art. Worth the read if you like weird pen and ink drawings and/or if you too have some feelings about some men.

theparisreview:

“Art doesn’t have to do anything. It just has to be there for the fierce pleasure we take in doing it.” —Raymond Carver

theparisreview:

“Art doesn’t have to do anything. It just has to be there for the fierce pleasure we take in doing it.” —Raymond Carver

oldbookillustrations:

Prague.
Samuel Prout, from Sketches by Samuel Prout, by Charles Holme, London, 1915.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Prague.

Samuel Prout, from Sketches by Samuel Prout, by Charles Holme, London, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Tags: prague reblog

"Okay." #instagrammar #grammar #punctuation

"Okay." #instagrammar #grammar #punctuation

(Source: topherchris)

Tags: gif ya reblog

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(Source: travors, via topherchris)

Tags: reblog

halberdierminister:

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
This is a much more descriptive title.

real talk.

halberdierminister:

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

This is a much more descriptive title.

real talk.

(via betterbooktitles)

"I believed that I wanted to be a poet, but deep down I wanted to be a poem."

— Jaime Gil de Biedma

as quoted by Enrique Vila-Matas in Bartleby & Co., trans. Jonathan Dunne (via proustitute)

loverofbeauty:

MIKKO KUORINKI  ( + )  Wall Piece    (Source: 7knotwind /via feed-well)

loverofbeauty:

MIKKO KUORINKI  ( + )  Wall Piece    (Source: 7knotwind /via feed-well)

(via dougmenagh)

Tags: amen reblog

nevver:

Age of anxiety
"The French have a phrase for it. The bastards have a phrase for everything and they are always right. To say goodbye is to die a little."

— Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye (via thetinhouse)

(via housingworksbookstore)