Interview: Social media editor Michelle Kessler on the evolving newsroom
One reason for writing, of course, is that no one’s written what you want to read. Philip Larkin (via theparisreview)
#avl #avlwx #avlsnomg Remember that 10% grade snomaghetto road I couldn’t navigate at 6AM. Makes a perfect sled (or luge) run at 2PM.
#avl #avlwx #avlsnomg At 6AM I realized I wasn’t going to make it out of the snomaghetto. May not look like it but that’s a 10% grade slope.
In those days—they were long ago— The snow was cold, the night was black. I licked from my cracked lips A snowflake, as I looked back Through branches, the last […]
npr: After The Crisis, An Economist Reconsiders Cappuccino Oh, Planet Money, you had me at “cappuccino.” -wrightbryan3 (Source: http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2010/12/17/132115320/after-the-crisis-an-economist-reconsiders-cappuccino)
malty: every damn day (Source: http://weheartit.com/entry/5094668)
nypl: housingworksbookstore: A sectional view of the New York Public Library. (1911) (via NYPL Digital Gallery | Detail ID 805999) We love this image, showing how the three public floors […]
Tonight at 7 PM, Poetry at The Pulp features Pat Riviere-Seel. The reading is followed by an open-mic. So, if you can not make the trip to Warren Wilson College, hangout […]
This morning Kevin McIlvoy and Alan Shapiro presented lectures as part of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.  Tonight, Dean Bakopoulos, Martha Rhodes, Alix Ohlin, and Ellen […]