awritersruminations:

I write because there is something in my own life I need to investigate, something urgent and crucial to my existence, and I need to do it in the novel, as a novel.

It is not only to “understand,” but most of all to “be there.” Thus the novel has to be an open space, the language has to be…

"It’s like the people who believe they’ll be happy if they go and live somewhere else, but who learn it doesn’t work that way. Wherever you go, you take yourself with you."

— The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (via wellconstructedsentences)

squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
squeats:

Lars Wästfelt’s enchanting images of childhood. Find him on Tumblr here and on Flickr here. 
with-grace-and-guts:

about the world that is ours, or could be by manyfires on Flickr.

"I am. I am. I
sometimes forget that I am.
I always have been."

Amanda Helm, Haikus (29)  (via amandaspoetry)

(via rouxney)