Monthly Archives: February 2016

3 trees

“Of Verdant Themes: Toward one sentence in Proust,” is one of my favorite essays by Beachy-Quick.  But he’s always been a good one for keeping an eye on the trees.

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the snow, the spins

How is it mid-February already?  A nod then, to blogs passed.

Speaking of my love for Brautigan, I just heard recently that a Netflix show called hemlock grove requested permission to use one of my favorites in an episode.  It’s weird when TV catches up to anything actually interesting.  Not that I even know what I’m talking about.  My friend gave me his Netflix password, and it asked me to click which shows I’d liked best, but I’d never seen any.  Then I got bored, and read this, which is way more fun.

 

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