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Gosling has an understanding beyond the Franco. There’s a certain silence to his pose. I dig his tone, even if he’s sexy.
Not belonging feels more and more like banging a rough cookie on the counter these days. I would take pride in my crumbs, if I knew how. It’s good to be alive like a delinquent spaz.
and it is always okay to be cruel in the arts, whether people like him are in on it or not, because who cares, internet (hey internet, how do I take a selfie of my fucking concern for others?)
PS. I was part of an email the studio campaign in the early 2000s to openly mock the idea of a Dawn of the Dead remake, before remakes were a condition.
How they say something doesn’t wink at an audience, this caws its eyelids off. What we got? Mad Men? True Detective? Those shows are about acting. (Sometimes about writing in service of plot. Oh, True Detective, almost, so close until the final explanation cribs us all.)
I never knew a woman who wasn’t capable of killing me with a sentence. Until now?
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Hobart 15: HOTEL CULTURE
cover by David Kramer
w/ 27 hotel-related stories, poems, essays, and a comic!
& featuring a bonus chapbook w/ stories by SF/LD authors Elizabeth Ellen, Mary Miller, & Dylan Nice, and comics by Chelsea Martin
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Tao Lin & Mira Gonzalez
"I think I’ve read the most Twitter while laying in bed or on my back, or just laying in places, like in parks or in airports."
— Tao Lin
"I feel comfortable tweeting things that I would never feel comfortable saying in a real life conversation, or even in other places on the internet."
— Mira Gonzalez