1. reblogged: newyorker

    I think if Dickens was alive today, he’d have been working for the BBC, until HBO offered him much more money.
    — Roddy Doyle discusses television and his short story in this week’s issue of the magazine: http://nyr.kr/1mUhHxZ (via newyorker)
  2. Apr 13th, 2014    
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  4. Jan 20th, 2014    
  5. reblogged: thatwanderlust

    The knowledge of foreign cultures is a vital element of any culture; I don’t believe we can ever have enough of it. A culture must be open to foreign influences if it wants to keep its own creative power alive.
    — A Paris Review conversation with Italo Calvino.

    (Source: )

  6. Jan 6th, 2014    
  7. reblogged: fuckyeahreading

    I read a lot of classical books, like The Return of the Native and all, and I like them, and I read a lot of war books and mysteries and all, but they don’t knock me out too much. What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it.
    — The Catcher In The Rye (pg.25)

    (Source: gold-slugs)

  8. Oct 28th, 2013    
  9. reblogged: sexmusic

    plays: 750


    pale blue eyes // the velvet undergound

    More from The Velvet Undeground is available via Amazon and iTunes.

  10. Oct 28th, 2013    
  11. reblogged: nevver

    London: a story

    London: a story


  12. Sep 14th, 2013    
  13. Duane Michals - Sad Farewell

    (Source: corropt)

  14. Sep 9th, 2013    
  15. reblogged: thatwanderlust

    Choose wisely
  16. Sep 8th, 2013    
  17. reblogged: nevver


The man who fell to Earth
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