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humansofnewyork:

“When my husband was dying, I said: ‘Moe, how am I supposed to live without you?’ He told me: ‘Take the love you have for me and spread it around.’”

humansofnewyork:

“When my husband was dying, I said: ‘Moe, how am I supposed to live without you?’ He told me: ‘Take the love you have for me and spread it around.’”

One of the most important things I believe is to get the very best work that people are doing so you do not make the mistake … of printing 2nd rate stuff by 1st rate writers. … [Paying writers] is the absolute secret of getting the first rate stuff.
Hemingway on how to run a first-rate publication – timeless wisdom circa 1925, timely amidst a discussion of why you shouldn’t write for free today. (via explore-blog)

mariephillipswriter:

It’s International Men’s Day, and my Facebook and Twitter is full of people mocking and rolling their eyes at such a thing. There are 365 International Men’s Days a year! Poor diddums Jeremy Clarkson worshippers who think they need a special day because they are so freaked out by the existence of…

alienphilia:

haha i just remembered at the writer’s meeting yesterday there was this girl there who was talking about a project she was working on, a script for a web series, and I asked her what it was about & she was like 

"Well you know how Girls is like really self-serving? It’s like that but, you know, for me."

plan-l:

"Well, they’re not paying me at all."

plan-l:

"Well, they’re not paying me at all."

When I see a Leavers ‘13 hoodie

thebryonykimmings:

Dear one and all,

(this is long, make a brew)

I have been putting the flourishing touches to my new project over the past few months. Between epic journeys to Texas, NYC and Holland I have been manically fundraising, drumming up support, finding collaborators and of course been in deep…

Just getting the word out. Let’s do it for the robot kids.

I’ve been looking for this since it was published last year in the Guardian. Sage advice. I’d hope.

I’ve been looking for this since it was published last year in the Guardian. Sage advice. I’d hope.

You know that things aren’t going well for you when you can’t even tell people the simplest fact about your life, just because they’ll presume you’re asking them to feel sorry for you.
(via schigggy)