LitReactor: the supplemental material
Whatever story you want to tell, tell it at the right size.


Personal experience is the grit from which horror’s most resonant pearls are grown. Get to the root of what scares you and produce a submission-ready story in this three-week workshop.

Personal experience is the grit from which horror’s most resonant pearls are grown. Get to the root of what scares you and produce a submission-ready story in this three-week workshop.

duttonbooks:

harperperennial:

communitybookstore:

Important update from your friendly Community Bookstore

PSB! PSB!

it’s fall y’all

duttonbooks:

harperperennial:

communitybookstore:

Important update from your friendly Community Bookstore

PSB! PSB!

it’s fall y’all

vintageanchorbooks:

Listen to Toni Morrison’s interview with Hilton Als here: http://www.studio360.org/story/life-lessons-from-toni-morrison/

It takes two people to make you, and one people to die. That’s how the world is going to end.

William Faulkner

(from As I Lay Dying. In 1986 the book was banned after a mother read the novel, initially given to her child for a school assignment, and determined that it was “secular humanism.” She contacted the school body soon after demanding that “protection from Faulkner’s dangerous novel” be required for all students. It was banned one month later.)

Banned Books Week

(via thatlitsite)

teachingliteracy:

Saint-Ouen Book Pile (by Little Ayun)

teachingliteracy:

Saint-Ouen Book Pile (by Little Ayun)