THE MORNING IN WHICH YOU SLOWLY, TERRIFYINGLY, REALIZE THAT YOU FORGOT TO BUY COFFEE BEANS

dudeinpublishing:

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THE SINGULAR FRUSTRATION OF HAVING MORE IDEAS THAN YOU HAVE POWER OR TIME TO MAKE MANIFEST

dudeinpublishing:

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A writer is a world trapped in a person.
- Victor Hugo (via maxkirin)

Writing a character’s heart-wrenching backstory

itsonlythefirstdraft:


I don’t want your mind, or the chaos inside it. I don’t want your hand, your compliments, or your thoughts on these bustling streets; your opinions, your ex-lovers’ anguishes, I just want your body. I want your hair in fistfuls, and your flesh against mine. I want your flickering eyes, your open mouth, your unrestrained squeals, unspoken beckons, your tongue flossed hisses and your submissive kisses. I want your unrestrained movements, your complete devotion to the moment I release you from all these tainted flecks that reside in your pretty little mind. I don’t want your definition of love, I want to use you, and I want you to use me too. Darling, I don’t want to hear you say a word. Our bodies will always have more interesting things to say when you simply succumb to these instinctual earnings. Lie down; you will see, and thank me after.
- (via reykogast)

(Source: mensurmera)

redoxmagazine:

Interview#46 Joanne Leah

How old are you?
31.

Where are you from?
Brooklyn, NY.

What kind of photographic equipment do you use?
Canon 5D Mark II, AlienBees B1600, Lightroom.

What do you do when you are not shooting?
Sleepwalking.

What was the first photograph you were proud of?
This.

How much preparation is there behind your photographs?
I have finally found a quiet place, where a deliberate moment becomes a decisive one.

Have you ever done sacrifices or compromises as a photographer?
Sacrifices, yes. Compromises, never.

What is your safe place?
Inside my head.

Do you have any obsessions?
Moving forward.

Is there an artist you’ll gladly collaborate with or that you regard with esteem?
Hieronymus Bosch.

▶Are the carnal side and the spiritual one coexisting in your work?
They are the same. 

[If you want to see more, find her on joanneleah.com]

focloir:

why do i find hannibal tv kind of beautifully poetic. I love bryan fuller his genius level is god

And might I just add that I love the recurrence of bees between Pushing Daisies and Hannibal so much :3


lmao uncritical people I AM VERY CRITICAL OF "FEMINISTS" WHO CONSIDER A MAN WHO WROTE EXPLICIT PEDOPHILIA ONE OF THE BEST WRITERS OF ALL TIME. yes, Lolita criticizes pedophilia, but it also EXPLICITLY DESCRIBES IT, which is like trying to criticize the porn industry by playing porn videos and gesturing emphatically to the worse bits.

oldkikimora:

delicately-interconnected:

It’s not a porno magazine, it’s a piece of literature. A very well written piece of literature, controversial in content yet with a clear message.  It was written at a time in which there were different attitudes towards paedophilia than we have today. In a way I feel it helped shape those attitudes. Nabokov himself wasn’t a paedophile, he undoubtedly destested paedophiles. That’s more than could be said for some of your other literary favourites. Let’s have a look, shall we?

Are you phoning your local schools and universities and requesting they shut down their Literature departments?

What a collection!


asked by Anonymous