‘The Lament of Eustace Scrubb’ by The Oh Hellos
When I touch the water / They tell me I could be set free
‘Argentina (Parts I, II, III)’ by Tokyo Police Club is my new jam.
‘It’s Alright Now’ by Bombay Bicycle Club is my new jam.
These laws are an embarrassment to our country. The evidence is overwhelming that Stand Your Ground laws lead to more murders and worsen systemic racial discrimination.
It’s that time of year again! Check out these incredible images of snowflakes under a microscope by Alexey Kljatov.
Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse first edition cover c. 1927.
"I’m now all on the strain with desire to stop journalism and get on to To the Lighthouse. This is going to be fairly short; to have father’s character done complete in it; and mother’s; and St. Ives; and childhood; and all the usual things I try to put in—life, death, etc. But the centre is father’s character, sitting in a boat, reciting We perished, each alone, while he crushes a dying mackerel. However, I must refrain. I must write a few little stories first and let the Lighthouse simmer, adding to it between tea and dinner till it is complete for writing out.” —Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry dated 14 May 1925.
He is a man of thirty-five, but looks fifty. He is bald, has varicose veins and wears spectacles, or would wear them if his only pair were not chronically lost. If things are normal with him he will be suffering from malnutrition, but if he has recently had a lucky streak he will be suffering from a hangover… Needless to say this person is a writer.
|—||George Orwell (via pollymeow)|