London Zines and Self-Publishing Group →
A group for anybody who loves to make zines, ezines, or any kind of self-published oddities! There will be a meet up every second Tuesday of the month at the Star of Kings near King’s Cross, starting
have just created this new meet up group, if you know anyone interested in zines/self-pub in London I’d really appreciate you sharing.
things that are good, things that are great →
1. out of everywhere: linguistically innovative poetry by women in north america & the uk. ed. maggie o’sullivan
- I like use of text orientation to indicate asides & differing levels of confidentiality, and to show which voices are loudest and which are marginalised, this is something I want…
pls follow my new blog thanks
I can see every cough of blue blood through its transparent flanks.
Its flesh is like gelatin used in a tasteless desert.
Its flesh is to food as homeopathy is to medicine.
If it has a taste, it is the sickly sweet taste of suggestion.
What kind of fish is it? None, it is an own-brand fish.
Their gelatin flanks have thickened the waters.
The whole shoal might slip through my lips like a kiss –
Ruminated on to pass time in stasis.
I made a blog for my poetry, will post more soon
How can you spot fake lesbian blogs? I have a feeling someone I chat to often is a faker but can't be sure :(
DO NOT CHAT WITH THAT PERSON. Do not send anyone any pictures or your address without being 100% certain of who they are. Seriously. Facetime/Skype/whatever to verify and if they won’t DO NOT CHAT. You should watch Catfish and To Catch A Predator.
Be careful ya’ll seriously this question makes me nervous.
Reverse google image search - copy the url of one of their pics, in google image search click on the little picture of a camera and search for the url. You can see where else on the web their photos have appeared - it should be reasonably obvious if they’re stolen from somewhere.
Justin Gibbens’s Twisted Wildlife Paintings
by Nastia Voynovskaya
Based in Thorp, Washington, Justin Gibbens describes himself as a nature boy. The various creatures that abound in the Evergreen State as well as his imagination find their way into Gibbens’s paintings, which often combine media such as watercolor, gouache and tea. Gibbens has formal training in both Chinese painting techniques and scientific illustration — two influences that do not seem so disparate when combined in his sparse yet impactful artworks.
“It’s probably no surprise that much of my inspiration comes from all things that scamper and poke about in the thickets and undergrowth, inhabit the tide pools and ocean depths and fly through the ether,” said the artist in an email to Hi-Fructose. “Field guides, natural history museums and David Attenborough documentaries are also good.”…
(read more: Hi-Fructose)
I don’t know why Frank insisted on bringing me to this dinner party, I don’t even know what to talk about and everyone’s already having a conversation, it’d be awkward to butt in. A steakhouse? Really? I’m a pescetarian, Frank. We’ve known each other ten years. Nobody’s even bothered to comment on my coat or offered a tummy rub. Your friends are shit, Frank.
my favorite post of 2013
THE DARK DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN TO MEET AND LEARN SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS THAT LIVE THERE ALL THROUGH THE CAPTIVATING COLORFUL PAGES OF ZOOBOOKS
my friend told me this is a pacific angel shark
(Source: p4cifc, via various-assorted-lemurs)
one of the ways I would say my life has got better as a late twenties loser is that I find it so easy to laugh off people who think you can work your way out of depression by having three jobs or something, she says trying to think of something she can pretend to have done at the weekend other than sleeping.