17th September, 2014


“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer. 
“Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer.

Oh, I can’t stop drinking the coffee. I stop drinking the coffee, I stop doing the standing and walking and the words-putting-into-sentence-doing.”

Coffee is the answer.

(Source: debramorrgans)

(via Elizabeth C. Mock)

17th September, 2014

“I’d like to emphasize that when a reader finishes a great novel, he will immediately begin looking for another. If someone loves your book, it increases the chance that he or she will look at mine. So there is no competition between writers. Another writer’s success helps build a larger readership for all of us.”

David Farland (via maxkirin)

Wow, I wish more people got this.

(via For All Your Writerly Needs!)

17th September, 2014

howdydoodley:

I love lamp. This lamp in particular. Lumio is a portable lamp that turns on when the cover is opened, and turns off when shut. A book that turns in to a lamp. Who knew. 

What a fabulous idea. Want.

howdydoodley:

I love lamp. This lamp in particular. Lumio is a portable lamp that turns on when the cover is opened, and turns off when shut. A book that turns in to a lamp. Who knew. 

What a fabulous idea. Want.

(via Elizabeth C. Mock)

15th September, 2014

alexanderchee:

ericmcnatt:

Kim Gordon for Paper Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Issue. Photographed at her home in MA on July, 25th 2014.
It’s Kim fucking Gordon. Pull it together!
When you get the call to photograph one of your idols, you drop everything. Available? Of course I am AVAILABLE!!!!
The night before the shoot, I was lying in bed, remembering my 16-year-old self at The Cave Club in Austin, TX, sitting outside the Sonic Youth concert straining to listen because I couldn’t get in. I had dreadlocks (or attempted to) and was sporting my favorite Ministry t-shirt. Jeans pegged. Almost 30 years later, this phone call almost seemed surreal.
At the start of the session, I lost all confidence in my adult abilities for a moment. I can’t remember the last time I was so nervous. I could barely speak to her. Suddenly I was that 16-year-old kid with a band t-shirt on who found himself telling Kim Gordon what to do. But as we talked and worked through the needs of the shoot, I slowly came back to myself. Kim was gracious, patient and kind with this once young punk rocker, who outgrew his dreads but not his love for her music and art. Thank you, Kim, for being you and making the fantasy such a special reality.
Read the Paper story here 

No big deal, my friend Eric shot KIM GORDON FOR PAPER…

Teen Me and Now Me are equally excited about this.
Kim Gordon ©ericmcnatt
alexanderchee:

ericmcnatt:

Kim Gordon for Paper Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Issue. Photographed at her home in MA on July, 25th 2014.
It’s Kim fucking Gordon. Pull it together!
When you get the call to photograph one of your idols, you drop everything. Available? Of course I am AVAILABLE!!!!
The night before the shoot, I was lying in bed, remembering my 16-year-old self at The Cave Club in Austin, TX, sitting outside the Sonic Youth concert straining to listen because I couldn’t get in. I had dreadlocks (or attempted to) and was sporting my favorite Ministry t-shirt. Jeans pegged. Almost 30 years later, this phone call almost seemed surreal.
At the start of the session, I lost all confidence in my adult abilities for a moment. I can’t remember the last time I was so nervous. I could barely speak to her. Suddenly I was that 16-year-old kid with a band t-shirt on who found himself telling Kim Gordon what to do. But as we talked and worked through the needs of the shoot, I slowly came back to myself. Kim was gracious, patient and kind with this once young punk rocker, who outgrew his dreads but not his love for her music and art. Thank you, Kim, for being you and making the fantasy such a special reality.
Read the Paper story here 

No big deal, my friend Eric shot KIM GORDON FOR PAPER…

Teen Me and Now Me are equally excited about this.
Kim Gordon ©ericmcnatt

alexanderchee:

ericmcnatt:

Kim Gordon for Paper Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Issue. Photographed at her home in MA on July, 25th 2014.

It’s Kim fucking Gordon. Pull it together!

When you get the call to photograph one of your idols, you drop everything. Available? Of course I am AVAILABLE!!!!

The night before the shoot, I was lying in bed, remembering my 16-year-old self at The Cave Club in Austin, TX, sitting outside the Sonic Youth concert straining to listen because I couldn’t get in. I had dreadlocks (or attempted to) and was sporting my favorite Ministry t-shirt. Jeans pegged. Almost 30 years later, this phone call almost seemed surreal.

At the start of the session, I lost all confidence in my adult abilities for a moment. I can’t remember the last time I was so nervous. I could barely speak to her. Suddenly I was that 16-year-old kid with a band t-shirt on who found himself telling Kim Gordon what to do. But as we talked and worked through the needs of the shoot, I slowly came back to myself. Kim was gracious, patient and kind with this once young punk rocker, who outgrew his dreads but not his love for her music and art. Thank you, Kim, for being you and making the fantasy such a special reality.

Read the Paper story here

No big deal, my friend Eric shot KIM GORDON FOR PAPER…

Teen Me and Now Me are equally excited about this.

(via CHEEMOBILE)

15th September, 2014

Writing

marthawells:

Step 1: I can’t think how to fix this scene, I don’t know what to do, I can’t think of anything, I will never be able to write again, this is it, it’s over.

Step 2, five minutes later: Oh, I just thought of something.

Step 3: repeat forever

SO TRUE.

(via Martha Wells)