Love.Life.Beauty


mysteriouswritergirl:

offpistepursuit has a book coming out I would love to review for controllitmag

Review of Passenger’s “Whispers”


mysteriouswritergirl:

Review of Passenger’s “Whispers”

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Passenger takes his acoustic sound to a new scale in “Whispers”

It’s rare to find honest music that questions, despairs, and unravels the heart, but Passenger is something you want to come home to. There’s something comforting in his simple arrangements, mellow guitar plucking, and raspy voice.

Mike Rosenberg started off busking in England and Australia to fund his first four solo albums. His…

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“How odd, I can have all this inside me
and to you it’s just words.”

David Foster Wallace  (via wordsnquotes)

(via mysteriouswritergirl)

Review of Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay | Control Literary Magazine


controllitmag:

Check out our review of Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist, out August 5th.

Check out my review of Bad Feminist

My Whole Damn Heart


roxanegay:

I was watching Barefoot Contessa and she made a pasta dish, pasta with pecorino and pepper, that looked delicious so I decided to make it. In case you were wondering, Ina’s three favorite herbs are chives, basil, and parsley. I approve.

First I boiled some salted water for the pasta.

This…

logotv:

Happy International Drag Day! Celebrate this glamorous day with a marathon of “Kinky Boots” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” starting at 5:30/4:30c!

Love.

(Source: olennaredwyne)

Reblog if you are a woman who is offended by the lyrics in Blurred Lines


carryonstarkid:

I will be writing a sociological research paper about the effects of the lyrics in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines.

Please reblog this if you are a female who finds the lyrics of this song offensive or upsetting.

The equal post for men can be found here and for nonbinary/genderqueer here.

(via theriotmag)

Halfway Between Her and Hollywood


roxanegay:

I keep coming back to this place. I stay longer each time. Things are softer each time.

Los Angeles draws me in.

Because the freeways are glittering and hypnotic and chaotic and overwhelming.

Because the sprawl.

Because the streets stretch over incredible distances.

Because not far, there is…