Geeks’ version of ‘Officially Missing You.’ Hm.
There is something about people who cannot hold a grudge and who are above moping that I find very suspicious. It seems very non-committal— in my mind there’s some sort of link between the ability to hold a moderate grudge and the capacity to be faithful to an idea, even a negative one.
vestido. collages. 2013
The fact that being fast is a value, today, goes without saying.
And if you can’t be fast, at least be steady, at least be sure. Slowly but surely.
But I don’t want to do either. I don’t want to be fast, nor do I want to be sure.
I want to go slowly but unsurely, slowly and unsurely.
Because being fast, and being sure, are surely overrated.
That’s not me, anyways.
Was introduced to this wonderful illustrator, Eleni Kalorkoti, by an image my friend Michelle posted on facebook - what an exciting find!
A link to the illustrator’s mainpage:
Novel set in North Korea ends Pulitzer draught
“A daring and remarkable novel.” — Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
The Orphan Master’s Son, by Adam Johnson, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction this year.
The book’s protagonist is a young man who grows to become a threat to the dictator Kim Jong-il, and then attempts to get his wife and get rid of the children out of North Korea.
Last year, no book won the prize. Finalists this year included What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank, by Nathan Englander, and The Snow Child, by Eowyn Ivey.
Standing Egg - 사랑한대
Standing Egg - 시간이 달라서