While watching a Woody Allen documentary I realize I don’t write nearly enough.
Rather than live on in the hearts and minds of my fellow man, I would rather...– Woody Allen (via theparisreview)
To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about, but the music...– Truman Capote (via davidkendall) Perhaps this will be music to your ears: Truman Capote reading Breakfast At Tiffany’s at 92Y in April 1963. (via 92y)
constellation-funk: the dark ones go to bed with...
Non caffeinated tea, honey, milk.
That one album we use to listen to.
The thirst for something other than what we have…to bring something new, even if...– Marcel Proust, Swann’s way (via idlekid)
Your spirit, divine chrysanthemum/Aching with Majesty/One day will reprise for...– From a freshly compiled and translated collection of Marcel Proust’s poetry, aptly titled The Collected Poems. Joe Winkler reviews. (via therumpus)
Novels must have verisimilitude, and truth has little enough of that.– Louis Auchincloss (via theparisreview)