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21 things you can't do while black | Mother Jones

"One of the greatest tragedies in life is to lose your own sense of self and accept the version of you that is expected by everyone else."

K.L. Toth (via lonehands)

"You never know what book you wrote until you know what book people read."

Michael Lewisquoted by Tim O’Reilly. Pair with Michael Lewis on writing. (via explore-blog)


Now look listen and please understand: all of you older cartoonists.

We are living in a new world of cartoonists who aren’t caught up with these thirty-year-late ideas of “edginess.” Exploding heads just don’t do the trick anymore, I’m sorry to break it to you. Hastily slapping gibberish dialogue into the mouths of brown characters doesn’t excite people nor does it challenge people in any way. Not anymore.

You’re boring. Racist, boring and not in any way “real.”

There is nothing real or unbridled or unfiltered about this nonsense. It’s extremely filtered. Filtered through the hacky independent comics of the 1980s, filtered through the rather privileged aesthetic tastes of the 1960s undergrounds, filtered through B-movies and action blockbusters. If art like this represents someone’s unbridled self, I’ll have the restrained version, thank you.


New Small Press Comics | The Comics Journal

Darryl Ayo with a headshot. Your edgy is everyone else’s tired and banal. Step your game up.

(via iamdavidbrothers)



"It’s a sad day when you find out that it’s not accident or time or fortune, but just yourself that kept things from you."

Lillian Hellman (via cosmofilius)

“There’s no reason why a story has to be like a house, with a door to go in, windows to look at the trees outside and a chimney to let smoke out… We can imagine a story like an elephant, like a wheat field or the flame of a match.” —Moebius

"Girls wants to tell us something important about twentysomething females of the 21st Century. And, as the elders of our society, we should always be listening to those new voices crying out."


Tonglen: In the practice, one visualizes taking onto oneself the suffering of others on the in-breath, and on the out-breath giving happiness and success to all sentient beings.