LitReactor: the supplemental material
A bookstore is somewhat like an ocean—it may look the same but it is always changing if you are a careful observer.
Paul Yamazaki (via bookishleaves)
greenturtleisland:

"Writing was a political act and poetry was a cultural weapon."
— Linton Kwesi Johnson

greenturtleisland:

"Writing was a political act and poetry was a cultural weapon."

— Linton Kwesi Johnson

Books on the bookshelves
And stacked on the floor
Books kept in baskets
And propped by the door
Books in neat piles
And in disarray
Books tucked in closets
And books on display
Books filling crannies
And books packed in nooks
Books massed in windows
And mounded in crooks
Libraries beckon
And bookstores invite
But book-filled rooms welcome
Us back home at night!
L.R. Knost (via wordpainting)

muchadoaboutmolly:

Hilarious and creative headings for the fiction section of Sherman’s Books and Stationery in Portland, ME.


Writing about sex is so much bigger than one little Grey trilogy. Learn to write about sex with skill and grace, and then how to sell it, in this four-week workshop.

Writing about sex is so much bigger than one little Grey trilogy. Learn to write about sex with skill and grace, and then how to sell it, in this four-week workshop.

journaling-junkie:

After reading a sad book

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Some days in late August at home are like this, the air thin and eager like this, with something in it sad and nostalgic and familiar…