theparisreview:

“Literature is made of good and bad, demons and angels, and more and more [critics] are only worried about my demons.” Orhan Pamuk, as a young man, at his drawing table in Istanbul. 

theparisreview:

“Literature is made of good and bad, demons and angels, and more and more [critics] are only worried about my demons.” Orhan Pamuk, as a young man, at his drawing table in Istanbul. 


old books by (SAKYOKER)

old books by (SAKYOKER)

(Source: R2--D2, via yeahwriters)

un-monde-de-papier:

Eglise à Cassone, Gustav Klimt, 1913.
Source: www.the-athenaeum.org

un-monde-de-papier:

Eglise à Cassone, Gustav Klimt, 1913.

Source: www.the-athenaeum.org

(via lettersfromnaoko)

gedu88:

1999 New Yorker photo from a piece on the 20 best writers under 40. George Saunders had this up on his office wall for years. Featuring, from left to right: Junot Díaz, Rick Moody, Edwidge Danticat, David Foster Wallace, George Saunders and Jeff Eugenides.

gedu88:

1999 New Yorker photo from a piece on the 20 best writers under 40. George Saunders had this up on his office wall for years. Featuring, from left to right: Junot Díaz, Rick Moody, Edwidge Danticat, David Foster Wallace, George Saunders and Jeff Eugenides.

(via handsomeyoungwriters)

millionsmillions:

Sofia Coppola will direct a live adaptation of “The Little Mermaid.” No, not the Disney version, but the Hans Christian Andersen one. Expect something darker than singing crabs.

millionsmillions:

Sofia Coppola will direct a live adaptation of “The Little Mermaid.” No, not the Disney version, but the Hans Christian Andersen one. Expect something darker than singing crabs.

picadorbookroom:

In case you didn’t know.

Speak it!

picadorbookroom:

In case you didn’t know.

Speak it!

"What makes you a writer? You develop an extra sense that partly excludes you from experience."

Martin Amis (via theparisreview)

JACK KEROUAC (March  12, 1922 - October 21, 1969)

« He [Kerouac] was an athletic prose writer and he was tremendously honest. He gave himself to his art and I think he was one of the great prose writers in America. Perhaps in America, itself, the single greatest in the twentieth century. His breakthrough to a realization of spontaneous mind and the enormous inventive perceptive capacity of raw mind—“first thought is best thought-is something so noble that only a few great Buddhist poets have achieved that.» - Allen Ginsberg (x)

(Source: jackkerrouac, via handsomeyoungwriters)

mythologyofblue:

Ode to Failure

-Allen Ginsberg, title of one of his poems