1. DEAR JOHN LETTER FROM THE FOREST by Bob Schofield

     
  2. specialcar:

    OLD LOCOMOTIVE PLOWS THRU SECOND STORY TERMINAL IN FRANCE

    (via mrvranizan)

     

  3. "New York is one of the most provincial and isolated places I know. They never get asked questions about escape, or if they are it’s always about the price-of-rent bullshit. I mean, there are still 60-year-old men in that city running around telling anecdotes about how they knew the fucking Ramones. There are people running around with the same tattoos and uniform on and reading the same shitty books. They’re the ones who need to escape. Their fashion is the spiritual equivalent of bell bottoms, but nobody asks them questions about escaping. You can be a shitty artist anywhere."
    — Scott McClanahan, in Dazed (via electric-cereal)

    (via shabbydollhouse)

     
  4. shakypigment:

    Joseph AUCHENTALER - unter den sternen

    (via blood-head)

     
  5. cuttyspot:

    old b-side poem by matthew sherling

     
  6. theothimo:

    altlitlibrary:

    Sarah Jessica Theo Bradley 

    by Theo Thimo and Sarah Jean Alexander

    Free PDF

    still one of my fav things 

    (via electric-cereal)

     

  7. Little River update

    littleriverlitmag:

    hi!  I’m extending the submission deadline for Little River to August 10th. send me up to three of your poem/s, art work to katherine.osborne.d@gmail.com and include your name. 

    You can send work that has been previously posted on your tumblr. but not previously published in other lit mags. 

    I’m excited about the submissions I’ve been reading. 

    tell your artist friends to submit, too. I would love more art/illustrations. 

    xo

    (via fur-linedghettos)

     

  8. "I like to think god is throwing animals at me. That the windows should be broken into. That you don’t remember the smoke filling your throat, your lungs. That you don’t remember me in the doorway half-dressed, half-deer."
     
  9. chelseahodson:

    Inventory #566: Camcorder

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    REGARDING COLLECTING

    I heard my name and I turned to look at you. It was a gazing contest with a grand prize I wanted. The room won by default with its emptiness. I pressed a button so I could keep you.

     
  10. (Source: mrvranizan)

     

  11. "What’s greater than living forever and
    not being alive to see the consequences."
    — Shane Jones, Crystal Eaters
     
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  13. Once I met 700 people
    each named Susie
    living inside a room
    inside a cloud

    1400 little hands

    taking turns on
    a toy piano

    poor, but also happy

    All connected by one
    massive, if unsightly
    conjoined heart

     
  14. The Girl in the Moon c. 1923 (x)

    (Source: vintagegal, via creepytwin)

     

  15. "Love ate the red wheelbarrow."
    — Jack Spicer (via annececeliaholmes)

    (via kdecember)