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Dedicated to Henry Charles Bukowski — goodgracesbadbadinfluence: You’re not alone dear...

from my bed I watch 3 birds on a telephone wire. one flies off. my typewriter is tombstone still. and I am reduced to bird watching. just thought I'd let you know, fucker.

Poems by JH Prynne

Why Jeremy Prynne deserves wider acclaim

Robert Potts on why the famously obscure poet Jeremy Prynne deserves wider acclaim in the UK

1. He was a failed KGB Spy  In the last few years of his life, Ernest Hemingway grew paranoid and talked about FBI spying on him. He was even treated with electroshock therapy as many as 15 times at the recommendation of his physician in 1960. It was later revealed that he was in fact being watche

Ernest Hemingway // "I would stand and look out over the roofs of Paris and think, "Do not worry. All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.

Double Exposure

Double Exposure

Viggo Mortensen // "One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was: go slow to go fast. We live as though there aren't enough hours in the day but if we do each thing calmly and carefully we will get it done quicker and with much less stress." by __nitch

Woman in Black - thought to be a portrait of Miss Sheila van Damm by Gerald Brockhurst (English, 1890-1978) Oil on canvas | 27 x 24 inches

Woman in Black - thought to be a portrait of Miss Sheila van Damm by Gerald Brockhurst (English, Oil on canvas 27 x 24 inches

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Walt Whitman

"I think of no piece of writing that better evokes travel’s visceral power to make you feel alive." -Rolf Potts typographic tribute to Walt Whitman's "Song of the Open Road.

Charles Eames // “Recent years have shown a growing preoccupation with the circumstances surrounding the creative act and a search for the ingredients that promote creativity. This preoccupation in itself suggests that we are in a special kind of trouble — and indeed we are.” www.nitch.com

Charles Eames // "Choose your corner, pick away at it carefully, intensely and to the best of your ability and that way you might change the world.