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  • "When being bullied Keisha Blake found it useful to remember that if you read the relevant literature or watched the pertinent movies you soon found that being bullied was practically a sign of a superior personality, and the greater the intensity of the bullying the more likely it was to be avenged at the other end of life, when qualities of the kind Keisha Blake possessed— cleverness, will-to-power— became “their own reward,” and that this remained true even if the people in the literature and the movies looked nothing like you, came from a different socio-economic and historical universe, and— had they ever met you— would very likely have enslaved you, or at best, bullied you to precisely the same extent as Lorna Mackenzie who had a problem with the way you acted like you were better than everyone else."
    Zadie Smith, NW
  • This counts, right? Donate and get informed at www.alsa.org. #alsawareness #icebucketchallenge #thedoodleversion

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  • As a kid, I used to obsess over the idea of talking to animals. I thought I was over that phase, but then I read Eric Kahn Gale’s The Zoo at the Edge of the World and apparently I’m not.

    Also, this book is kind of great.

    Also, these are the only animals I can draw.

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  • victoriaying:

    I got into a conversation with someone on Twitter about Sketchbooks and how to work in them.


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    Personally I’ve got a long and fraught history with Sketchbooks and like many difficult relationships in my life, it took years to finally get to a place where the Sketchbook and I could be…

    I identify so hardcore with this post.

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  • Sometimes when I read poetry, I think about the words literally and start giggling madly. Because I am mature.

    Example? The beginning of I Will Wade Out by e.e. cummings.

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  • mashable:

    Today, our guest blogger, Kate Gavino, has illustrated what would happen if The Baby-sitters Club had to confront Tinder.

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  • Also one for Frankenstein and DraculaI can’t get enough of these character studies on monsters in classic literature. Apparently the shorts were commissioned by the director of Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. Well done, sir. You made me want to watch your show.

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  • I made these Disneyland ticket vouchers and gave them to the family last Christmas (along with the promise of actual usable tickets). Gotta stuff the stockings with something, right?

    Also, I need to stop neglecting and abandoning blogs. I have such commitment issues. 

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