Carrying a torch*

A song from "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay"

currently reading

currently reading

My new favourite bookmark. A pencil from the museum of Modern Art in Barcelona

A story has no begining or end: arbitrarily one chooses that moment of experience from which to look back or from which to look ahead.
Graham Greene, The End of the Affair 
"Late that summer (1962), I was invited to my first television interview. The program was the Today show, then a variety show as much as anything else. The interim host was John Chancellor. Mr Chancellor had recently returned from his newsman’s post in the Kremlin, and he had agreed to accept the position on condition that he interviewed only those people he himself chose to.After the show, in a bar close by the studio in which I found myself drinking martinis at an earlier hour than ever in my life, he handed me a packet of stickers he had printed privately. They read: YOSSARIAN LIVES. And he confided he’d been pasting these stickers secretly on the walls of the corridors and in the executive rest rooms of the NBC building.”-Joseph Heller

"Late that summer (1962), I was invited to my first television interview. The program was the Today show, then a variety show as much as anything else. The interim host was John Chancellor. Mr Chancellor had recently returned from his newsman’s post in the Kremlin, and he had agreed to accept the position on condition that he interviewed only those people he himself chose to.
After the show, in a bar close by the studio in which I found myself drinking martinis at an earlier hour than ever in my life, he handed me a packet of stickers he had printed privately. They read: YOSSARIAN LIVES. And he confided he’d been pasting these stickers secretly on the walls of the corridors and in the executive rest rooms of the NBC building.”
-Joseph Heller

Monday morning breakfast

Monday morning breakfast

Monday morning breakfast

Monday morning breakfast

I have sea foam in my veins, I understand the language of waves.
Jean Cocteau, from Le Testament d’Orphée (Les Éditions Cinégraphiques, 1960)
Off to holidays. See you in September

Off to holidays. See you in September