1. Chanel nail polish.
We went on a two week silent retreat.
it’s been through their words that they’ve created a wave. A wave of love. A wave of support. A wave to say that — while we may not have the power to change things — we have the power to help.
Being a blogger has its ups and downs. We don’t know whether or not to write about a certain post. Then we decide to write about it but… do we publish it?
A dominatrix pretending to be blogger Lindy West stood before me in white patent-leather gear.
Blogging is generally a benign, silly, typo-ridden, fact-challenged, and entirely inconsequential pastime—but not always, as many of the following real-life stories gruesomely illustrate.
It’s okay if you’re a renowned journalist or a second-rate wannabe blogger. But never tell anyone that they cannot or should not write.
Academic Coercion – This, I recall, was referring to the factory farming of short stories, their proliferation within MFA schools because of their palatability for grading
More art is created. More innovation with more integrity with more opportunities. You literally can eat less if you are around people who are giving you energy and bringing you to a higher level.
This next part reminds of Royal Tenenbaums when Owen Wilson’s character says, “We all know that Custer died at Little Big Horn. But what my book presupposes is, maybe he didn’t?”