I haven’t had the pleasure of reading Blood Meridian yet, but every single Blood Meridian quote I’ve mined from
Are E-Books Dying or Thriving? The Answer is Yes: “Self-published authors price their books lower than traditionally
Spent part of the weekend in a Cessna, high up in the sky. Accompanying music tracks by Brett Van Donsel.
A weekly compendium of links. An Interface Theory of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon: “Interface Theory’s creator, Dr.
monkeying around with some fun apps pic.twitter.com/Z34PkfP9vP — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) May 23, 2020
A blogger asks: “Does Sexy Beast contain cinema’s best description of love?” “‘Don’t be fooled by the genre
Simon Sellars on pandemic paranoia, self-eradication, and a taxonomy of writers: Propped inside the plague’s dimensions,
Seems like a lot of people are taking inventory of their pandemic experiences, so I will too. (As someone on Twitter
“Now is perpendicular to eternity” — Ken Nordine — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) February 9, 2015 This is what
“Lying to yourself about who you are is no less evil than lying to a friend about something important.”
An intellectual does not become unproductive because of some mysterious ailment called “writer’s block.” An unproductive
“You were my best friend outside of Paris in 1918. You were wounded in the Ardennes and you died in my arms there. I’m glad you’re back in the world. You have a different face, a different name, but the soul shining out of your face is the same as my friend. Welcome back.”
The best ending to any writer’s interview ever? Paris Review asks Ray Bradbury about the origins of a character named