The Day of Small Things
The Day of Small Things
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"Readers no longer need novelists to tell us what it’s like to cross the world on a ship or fight a war. In the 21st-century, we get that information in other ways. The thing that’s still a mystery to us is the human heart. What we want is to understand people, what they’re doing, and why they’re doing it."
Walter Mosley
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Ernie Bushmiller
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Photo by hedi slimane
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"I write to explain myself to myself. It’s a way of processing my disasters, sorting out the messiness of life to lend symmetry and meaning to it."
Armistead Maupin
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"One thing I love about writing is that in that moment, I am most completely myself, and yet totally relieved of my self."
Kathryn Harrison
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"The thing I love most about the act of writing is that I disappear. I get lost in trying to make every word the right word, in trying to tell the story."
James Frey
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"A book, to me, is almost sacrosanct: such an individual and private thing. The reader brings his or her own history and beliefs and concerns, and reads in solitude, creating each scene from his own imagination as he does. There is no fellow ticket-holder in the next seat."
Lois Lowry
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architectureofdoom:


You don’t impress me - Tu ne m’impressionnes pas Régan Mathieu,

Tours Météor, Saint-Nazaire, France
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dccdusa:

A moment from ‘Cosmic Sword' at Theater am Aegi, Hannover, Germany photographed by Joachim Puppel