The Eighth Square

zombiebondage:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell

(via englishmajorhumor)

zombiebondage:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell

(via englishmajorhumor)

rufflesandsteam:

This is awesome!

rufflesandsteam:

This is awesome!

(Source: tragedyseries)

“For the better part of my childhood, my professional aspirations were simple– I wanted to be an intergalactic princess.”

—   Seven Up, by Janet Evanovich (via openingsofbooks)

(via booklover)

carmidoll:

Nava Monde

carmidoll:

Nava Monde

uutpoetry:

Icarus in the Boundless Sky
after lines from Ovid
Carey Scott Wilkerson
Above late sleep in Asia Minor our man in the poem has begun                                         (again)   his cycle of research and development. These Minotauric arts of imprisonment and escape have become an exegetical enterprise more vast and comprehensive than his dreams of  oblivion                                        (endlessly looping                                        geo-thermal convections                                        and charming burlesques                                        of modal logic)   Reeling thus over the horizon and encumbered with familial tensions, he is held under a father’s voice, tyrannies and admonitions                                        (whispered intimations of                                        some operatic dénoument)   He has become the patron revenant of self-reflexive schemes in tragic repetition. Forever discovering his life, he has learned to sound out the diacriticals inscribed by a flock of dilettante gulls by the ghosting Ba Bird, silent archaeopteryx, memory of a name.
Carey is the author of Ars Minotaurica and Threading Stone  art by owlwise12

uutpoetry:

Icarus in the Boundless Sky

after lines from Ovid

Carey Scott Wilkerson

Above late sleep
in Asia Minor
our man in the poem has begun
                                        (again)
 
his cycle of research
and development.
These Minotauric arts of imprisonment and escape
have become an exegetical enterprise more vast
and comprehensive than his dreams of  oblivion
                                       (endlessly looping
                                       geo-thermal convections
                                       and charming burlesques
                                       of modal logic)
 
Reeling thus over the horizon
and encumbered
with familial tensions, he is held
under a father’s voice,
tyrannies and admonitions
                                       (whispered intimations of
                                       some operatic dénoument)
 
He has become the patron revenant of
self-reflexive schemes in tragic repetition.
Forever discovering his life,
he has learned to sound out
the diacriticals
inscribed
by a
flock of dilettante gulls
by the
ghosting Ba Bird,
silent archaeopteryx,
memory of a name.

Carey is the author of Ars Minotaurica and Threading Stone
art by owlwise12

monicatramos:

I got to do an illustration for the New York Times Sunday Review about Diversity In Kid’s Books. Thanks to Alexandra Zsigmond!

monicatramos:

I got to do an illustration for the New York Times Sunday Review about Diversity In Kid’s Books. Thanks to Alexandra Zsigmond!

(via illustratedladies)

paranoid:

❀vintage❀
balladofthelostgirl:

Nan Goldin The Hug, New York City 1980 Silver dye bleach print

balladofthelostgirl:

Nan Goldin
The Hug, New York City
1980
Silver dye bleach print

(Source: privateaesthetics, via suicideblonde)

magictransistor:

Roland Topor (1938-1997)

magictransistor:

Roland Topor (1938-1997)

(via red-lipstick)

paranoid:

❀vintage❀
pbsdigitalstudios:

In 1964, two students interviewed Louis Armstrong for their high school radio show.  The tapes were never heard again… until now!
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red-lipstick:

Ghostpatrol (b. Hobart, Tasmania) - Untitled, 2009    Drawings: Ink on Paper

red-lipstick:

Ghostpatrol (b. Hobart, Tasmania) - Untitled, 2009    Drawings: Ink on Paper

(Source: ghostpatrol.net)

thatkindofwoman:

I dream about these. 

thatkindofwoman:

I dream about these. 

(Source: bookhou)