ITT: 10/10 covers
What are some great works of Medieval /lit/?
Anybody ever give this fella a shot? Any recommendations?
Did you like War & Peace /lit/?
What tare the best history books that you have read?
Do you read or write in a café?
If so, how?
They never really struck me as /lit/ friendly places. You have awkwardly high or awkwardly low tables, and patrician coffee in tiny cups that takes thirty seconds to drink, leaving you not much reason to hang around.
Do you go between meals or for a meal, followed by a round of /lit/ activity?
How did literary café culture exist in places like Vienna or Paris?
Literally the only reasona people do that are if they're bothered by the loneliness of writing but still want to write, they can't stop masturbating to porn if they try to write alone or they just want to be seen writing (tho that's more an adolescent thing)
Didn't see one so I'll start it I SUPPOSE.
Share, critique, give ideas, etc.
Scarves wrapped ‘round our throats
to keep quiet our whispers, scarlett
scarves with ends billowing in the wind.
The glass that blows across the starving hearts of January
will scratch our noses. Leaves of mint hang in the doorway
for scent upon my step into your eyes, angel, your lines.
How the wood creaks with each footstep.
Smile wide, daughter of the pines,
show me your teeth and tongue.
Your waist is a fire glowing,
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Is this a good one /lit/?
Why does nobody ever talk about this here?
Hey do you guys want to buy a book in a brick and mortar book store?
You know, I really completely understand what Mersault felt when he shot the Arab on the beach in the sun
Not that I plan on shooting anyone, but that complete sense of apathy
>it's a "greatest dog perspective in all of western literature" chapter
>It's a 'Greatest ambulance perspecitve in western literature' chapter.
Does anyone else here like watching Bookworm? What are the best interviews?
Here's one with Gass:
How often do you guys buy a book by an unknown author that's been newly publish?
I find it funny how a bunch of us are aspiring writers, yet a lot of us only seem to buy/read the classics.
why would I gamble on a new author when there hundreds of sure-things i've yet to get around to?
aspiring in a dim far away sense
i'm sure those here who are actually published or do actually have a novel in the works probably do read new authors
ITT: Guilty pleasures