One Moore Author
good:

What it’s like to live on a bike.
hollyhocksandtulips:

Boeing Stratocruiser, 1950

hollyhocksandtulips:

Boeing Stratocruiser, 1950

disneylandiaobscura:

Hub and Sleeping Beauty Castle, 1957

disneylandiaobscura:

Hub and Sleeping Beauty Castle, 1957

hollyhocksandtulips:

Airstream vacation

hollyhocksandtulips:

Airstream vacation

When we are young, the words are scattered all around us. As they are assembled by experience, so also are we, sentence by sentence, until the story takes shape.
thefinalimage:

The Secret Life of Words | 2005 | dir. Isabel Coixet

thefinalimage:

The Secret Life of Words | 2005 | dir. Isabel Coixet

hollyhocksandtulips:

Shirley Temple

hollyhocksandtulips:

Shirley Temple

When you read a book, the neurons in your brain fire overtime, deciding what the characters are wearing, how they’re standing, and what it feels like the first time they kiss. No one shows you. The words make suggestions. Your brain paints the pictures.
 Meg Rosoff (via abookblog)
fastcompany:

The publishing industry’s packaging of women’s literary fiction in stereotypically girly covers makes great books seem trashy.
“Even when their artistic merits are equal, women writers often still lack the cultural authority of their male counterparts, and this rampant trashy branding contributes to that disparity.”
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fastcompany:

The publishing industry’s packaging of women’s literary fiction in stereotypically girly covers makes great books seem trashy.

Even when their artistic merits are equal, women writers often still lack the cultural authority of their male counterparts, and this rampant trashy branding contributes to that disparity.”

Read More>