“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)
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Eglise à Cassone, Gustav Klimt, 1913.
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.
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.
In case you didn’t know.
What makes you a writer? You develop an extra sense that partly excludes you from experience. — Martin Amis (via theparisreview)
Ode to Failure
-Allen Ginsberg, title of one of his poems
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