Too much toast for my taste.
If you’re a writer, the answer to everything is yes.
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choirofyoungbelievers asked:
northside 14 was amazing xx

it was! There was so many good concerts that year.

hey, are you the official choir of young believers? because the theme for the bridge was amazing and i feel like i have to acknowledge it just in chase.

toomuchtoastformytaste:

Arcade Fire was insane.

toomuchtoastformytaste:

Arcade Fire was insane.

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nevver:

Foamcore

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likeafieldmouse:

Frank Hallam Day - Ship Hulls (published 2011)

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daisyvein:

let’s just take a moment to appreciate the aesthetic brilliance of this film

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Hemingway spoke a lot about that kind of daily struggle that every writer goes through. And that’s the grind: You’re never sure, as a writer, that you’ll really reach the peak. In the middle of a project, you never know that the journey will be worth it. I think when I was very young, I thought that when I got older, I’d reach a stage where I’d be confident in my writing—where I could just sit down every day and happily churn it out. That doesn’t happen. It never gets any better. You’re always unsure, and you’re never know whether your work will turn out how you want it to.
Vikram Chandra writes about the lessons learned by reading Hemingway. (via brocanteur)

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