Perfect evening. Biggest cup of coffee I could make and starting isn’t it pretty to think so by Nick Miller!
Book Bags by Krukrustudio
Moscow-based indie boutique Krukrustudio is known for their wide collection of bags, which resemble cute trinkets or unique memorabilia. Krukrustudio’s pieces have transformed classic literature novels into an elaborate purse design which has a book cover and title page. Among these books, you will find classic lit favorites, which include Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Find more book bags on her etsy shop here.
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BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL 2015 IS ALMOST HERE!
Save the date: Sunday, September 20th at Borough Hall
This tenth anniversary festival will be better than ever, with an extra day full of children’s programming, bookend events all over the city, and dozens of amazing authors!
Appearances by Tamar Adler, Elizabeth Alexander, Augusten Burroughs, Alexander Chee, Sloane Crosley, Edwidge Danticat, Matt de la Peña, Tavi Gevinson, Alex Gino, Lauren Groff, Naomi Jackson, Heidi Julavits, Phil Klay, David Levithan, Gregory Pardlo, Salman Rushdie, Tracy K. Smith, Adrian Tomine, and many, many more.
“Even though I had known him forever, he was made of dreams, and holding onto him forever would have been impossible: he came from childhood, he was constructed out of childish desires, he had no concreteness, he didn’t face the future.”
–Elena Ferrante, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay
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“I have since learned never to be amazed at what men will resort to when cornered by a woman’s intelligence.”
–Iris Owens, After Claude
Thank you for the support over the years. Here’s a new, short book, for free: http://www.iwrotethisforyou.me/2015/07/thank-you-for-your-support-heres-free.html
“How does anyone get over anything in places where the weather doesn’t change? If you live someplace where the seasons are all the same, how do you get over any one or thing.”
–Julia Pierpont, Among the Ten Thousand Things