The favorite snacks of famous authors
Your favorite children’s books as minimalist posters by Christian Jackson.
A few weeks ago, I needed a proper outdoor reading spot. Ergo, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and I have become fast friends.
Yes, this book really is that good.
I really need to set aside some time to read this. Perhaps on my way to WISCON this month!
me: you know, i’m not sure. but i will say that i’ve always been a fan of kermit’s. Very simple, great use of monochromatic schemes.
Joanna: true! he is a classic. i want to say janice but she dresses like a floozy.
me: that slut.
Joanna: maybe she’s just misunderstood.
me: ah, an e! true hollywood story just waiting to happen
Joanna: they need that. muppets revealed
me: considering the number of kermy/piggy breakups, it’s so overdue
Joanna: there HAD to be some drug use in there. gonzo, fozzie
me: of course. i hear he went nuts on coke in the 80s.
Joanna: which explains wearing a bolo tie
me: and then there was the foursome with the fraggle rockers
Joanna: all the fraggles were doin it with each other. all the time.
me: those trees were just cute fronts for S&M clubs
Joanna: big time
Oh, also. Well done, Ms. Egan.
Finally combined my breakfast habits and made instant oatmeal with coffee. Not half bad.
Coralie Bickford-Smith’s Clothbound Series for Penguin Classics. Mine, all mine.
- From “When I Look at a Strawberry, I think of a Tongue” by Edouard Leve in The Paris Review
weekend used t-shirt score