LitReactor: the supplemental material

bookoisseur:

randomhouse:

Ahem.

#horrifyinglyinteresting


New class announcement! Rejoice! 
An amalgam of principals, techniques, strategies, and perspectives deployed singly and in unison to achieve a vision that couldn’t otherwise be achieved. Therein lies the heart of gutter opera.

New class announcement! Rejoice!

An amalgam of principals, techniques, strategies, and perspectives deployed singly and in unison to achieve a vision that couldn’t otherwise be achieved. Therein lies the heart of gutter opera.

enigmaticrose:

We’re funny, okay?

So, this happened on my facebook last night. How do you think your favorite classic authors would use social media?

Perhaps the story you finish is never the one you begin.
Salman Rushdie, Midnight’s Children (via likeafieldmouse)
You can find time if you make time.
David Herbert Lawrence, Sons and Lovers (via bookmania)

Don’t forget to sign up! Let’s get weird!

Don’t forget to sign up! Let’s get weird!

nprbooks:

Beach libraries. (Enough said.)

design-is-fine:

T.S. Eliot, The Waste Land, first English edition in book form, 1923. Hogarth Press. Via dreweatts