cuttyspot:

penny goring
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miratortilla:

this picture of Spencer Madsen's suitcase packed full of copies of Mira Gonzalez's book makes him seem really endearing to me
s/o all the people who work hard and hustle 
visit the Sorry House store & buy something if you’re looking for something cool to read, s/o Sorry House
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seemstween:

Shipping out Illuminati Girl Gang Vol. 4 today! FINALLY. 
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animalitoinexpresivo:

My interview with Sheila Heti at PlayGround:
http://www.playgroundmag.net/musica/noticias-musica/actualidad-musical/no-creo-que-hablar-de-uno-mismo-sea-inmaduro-sheilaheti
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chelseahodson:

Inventory #495: When I Die Bury Me In The Clothes of My Youth by Mark McCoy and Cali Thornhill Dewitt
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REGARDING THE WAY I LAND
Against better judgement, the sea propels me upward. My planet wants me to live and that is my planet’s problem. I knew a girl that slept while a man robbed all the jewelry from her family’s house. I imagined emeralds clinking together in a denim pocket. I understood sleep as a barrier.
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miratortilla:

I spend a lot of time alone. Most of my time is spent transporting myself from one destination to another. In the mornings I wake up at 7:00 AM and press snooze on my alarm. The alarm goes off again 15 minutes later, which allows me exactly 15 minutes to put on clothes and get out the door by 7:30 AM. I pry myself out of bed. This is the most difficult part of my day. Getting out of bed feels like actual torture. I have always been this way. Even as a child I had a hard time waking up in the morning. The cold air outside my comforter feels piercing and hellish, despite living in Los Angeles where the temperature almost never goes below 60 degrees. Every day when I wake up I swear that I would pay any amount of money to sleep for just one more hour.
Mira Gonzalez, Love Letter
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