1. hydeordie:

    George Herms Xenophellia 2011

     
  2. theparisreview:

    “The fact that so much software works so much of the time can seem profoundly miraculous.”

    Vikram Chandra on the beauty of code.

     
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  4. Life’s Ironies by Jane Miller

    Life’s ironies irritate my afternoon hours like wool. One, I’m in a foreign country in my own head; two, I’m sometimes lonely living with two women; three, people are having sex in shop windows but we haven’t made love in weeks; four, the more Alexis smokes, the better her singing voice; the more I clean up, the more I feel like Alexis’ ashtray; the more I read, the more I lose my place. Unsettled, I get hungry, and remember pears and young Gouda in the refrigerator. I throw down my books. Ironically, given their status as objects, the red pear and the pale cheese are breathing furiously, inhabiting the world I left. All told, the pear is a great relief, luxuriating on a plate as blue as the Dutch flag, with the pungent Gouda such a pure moment of pale yellow!

     

     

  5. "A poem should not mean but impale
    not be but bemoan,
    boomerang
    buck(le)
    bubble."
    — Charles Bernstein (via uutpoetry)
     
  6. couchdad:

    living room in galvez house in mexico city by luis barragán 

    (via makeout-riot)

     
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  8. non-dues:

    Thrush Holmes - Letter From Hell

    (via lliigghhttss)

     
  9. Melon Ball 2014

     
  10. Stories//News

     
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