No grand proclamations, no long explanations. Just, these articles are about people who are getting it right, and I want to celebrate them and remember.
Here’s a guy who has won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and for a damned good book. But when GQ asks him to cover fashion week in Paris, what does he write about? Not himself. Not his reflections on Judaism and fashion, or Jewish designers, or any of the things he could and be lauded for. No, he writes about his son. Read On
A one word name refuses gender identity, marital status, socio-political or cultural and geographical identity by not separating the family name and the first name. – Kimsooja, Action 1
It’s 2:50 on a Monday. I should (I know, SSA Clara, I know) be ‘at work’ getting the book releases ready to go. Instead, I’ve been spending a few minutes with a good friend on Google Hangouts. While there, a joyous profusion of rainbow light caught my eye, and I decided to add it to my Rainbow Collection. Read On
I like to have theme songs for my characters while I’m writing them. Sometimes that’s easier than others. For the sake of convenience and a little “good” procrastination, I decided to pull together a list of songs that might suit sexy Scorpios, since I’m writing two of them in the new novella. Big thanks to Ditter Kellen for getting me started!
And because information wants to be free, I’m sharing with you. Feel free to make suggestions for more in the comments. I’m always on the look out for new playlist music. Read On
by Laura Stampler
Better pictures in this NY Daily News article.
Lily proposed a box set about it. I’d be in. It’s the perfect setting for an angel of mercy vampire story.
Shit…I can see it now. *adds it to the to write list* Renaissance, Blackbird, Halo, this one can be Closer from the Kings of Leon (and Building a Mystery by Sarah McLachlan is definitely on the soundtrack.)