Monthly Archives: September 2005

Glass Soup

Our friend, novelist Jonathan Carroll  has a new book: "An ambitious retelling of the cosmic struggle between good and evil, with a little Judeo-Christian mythology and a smattering of popular culture mythos thrown in, make Carroll’s latest a delicious dish—one … Continue reading

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The Bulky Way

"I found that trying little things on M always lead to some kind of iteration thus new way to use M. I was opening up a new mind.deposit.4 and I had dozens of magazine clippings for shops I wanted to … Continue reading

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Brazilian Visual Poetry

"Territorio Ocupado" by Carli Moore Portella Poesia Visual Brazileira/ Brazilian Visual Poetry

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Papercasting 2.0 Dead Trees Delivered Digitally LINK Thanks John!  

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Maize Maze

Sunset at the "World’s Largest Corn Maze", Richardson Farms, Spring Grove, IL. For updates and donations, visit the WMP page.View the scans at " Journey", the WMP Gallery hosted by  Joachim du Beleg. Merci! The World Music Festival, ChicagoSeptember 16 … Continue reading

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The Write Locations

"Wherever I go to hunt, I am obliged to write-not necessarily completed stories while in the field (though I have done so), but at least notes. So I have written in tree stands and ground blinds; beside campfires in folding … Continue reading

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Rebekka Bakken

"”The ”art of how to fall” is the art of how to fall in love, as in the song”, explains Rebekka Bakken of the title of the album. ”But it is also very much the art of letting go. Not … Continue reading

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Benjamin Marra

"Beyonce" Illustrations by Benjamin Marra, many on Moleskine. Some NSFW^_^ Visit.

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"Flying Bricks>Real Me" Stairzart @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR.© All rights reserved. Used with permission.…Just learned that today is Stairz’s birthday! Best wishes from all of us here @ M.

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A natural history of birds

"A natural history of birds". Most of which have not been figur’d or describ’d, and others very little known from obscure or too brief descriptions without figures, or from figures very ill design’d. Edwards, George, 1694-1773. A collection of antique … Continue reading

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