I would find it difficult to praise this work enough and urge you to engage it if you share a deep love of creating and participating in literature and works of art.
Toward a Reading of Forms – by Jean Rousset
Some things are better off read.
On attachment, detaching, and ordinary life.
Exploring the Intersection of Efficiency and Librarianship
Graphic Novels & Webcomics by G. E. Gallas
"As for me I reduce everything to a tumult of words" - Clarice Lispector
"the letter always reaches its destination" -- Jacques Derrida
Chasing big dreams one photo at a time
Poetry, haiku, tanka, and micropoetry
I had a dream that I didn’t want the lion to eat the lamb and the lion came up and lapped my face like a big puppy dog and then I picked up the lamb and it kissed me. - Jack Kerouac
an investigation into the nature of our engagement with spaces, by means of documentary gesture towards the everyday
Chantelle Atkins, Author
Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry Journal