Following the dark line… on Flickr.
Travelling on the Ring Road in the north-east of Iceland.
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“Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were fans. Terry Gilliam—former Monty Pythonite and the director of Time Bandits, Brazil, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas—calls it ‘the most romantic novel about love and family I have read. It made me ashamed to be so utterly normal.’ In the ’90s, Harry Anderson, the magician and actor (he played the Judge on Night Court) optioned the film rights and wrote a movie script himself. Flea, the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist, adores it. ‘Certain books,’ he says, ‘are so imaginative that they suck you into a world that you’d never known existed. They make you feel like you’re being let in on this secret. It’s life-changing.’”
In Wired, former editor Caitlin Roper on Katherine Dunn’s novel Geek Love. Read an excerpt from “Rhonda Discovers Art,” a selection from Dunn’s novel The Cut Man.
Art: Brandon Zimmerman.
I dream of painting and then I paint my dream.
—Vincent Van Gogh (via little-frank)