To infinity and beyond.
Amelia Earheart is the realest. On Marriage:
I must exact a cruel promise and that is you will let me go in a year if we find no happiness together.
The two married that afternoon. Putnam had proposed six times before Earhart finally said her highly conditional “yes.” She kept her last name and refused to be called Mrs. Putnam, even against The New York Times’ insistence. They remained together until Earhart’s tragic disappearance in 1937.
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There’s something decidedly 1990s-hippie-town about Brian Andreas’ prints entitled Storypeople.
Some quotes simple, some sweet, some obvious…and the prints are rather ugly, but as a whole, I think I love them.
Ended up reading the prose of Paul Celan during flight delay. This is my favorite so far: So Many Constellations
In NYtimes review (A LOVE AFFAIR WITH SILENCE) of Collected Prose by Paul Celan, what’s said about the translator (from German > English) is equally poetic: “Her English (now her working language) has an idiomatic adroitness that catches the pauses and suspensions in Celan’s breath - his prose often seems breathed rather than thought into place.”
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