Procrastination Station #70


Link love!

The poetry of Derek Mahon

The photography of Allen Ginsberg

The spontaneous prose of Jack Kerouac (thanks, @JFDerry for both of those!)

A brilliant quote from Henry David Thoreau

A cool writing exercise from Rachel McKibbens

Gonzo “story-shirts” from I Love Boxie (via Kingdom of Style)

I just discovered Hot Guys Reading Books. What’s not to love?

This is most definitely on my to-read list.

What ONS fans, friends and readers have been up to this week: former Featured Poet Juliet Wilson launched her chapbook, Unthinkable Skies — and there’s a great review here! // a great new poem from another former Featured Poet, McGuire // former Read This poet Ariel Starling has started a blog! // more awesome new stuff from the lovely Heather Bell // and there’s loads of new stuff up at the Read This Store!

Inspiring stories from inspiring women: Laura Munson, Bobby Baker and Cynthia Nixon

More inspiration from Shakesville.

Crafters! This craft show checklist is invaluable. Don’t be clueless like I was at my first market!

I have been intending to make one of these for a while now…

I’d rather be dead and in my grave than have a son of mine married to an artist.

Cute-tastic.

& finally…

Sweet and brilliant.


An oldie, but a goodie.


I am utterly obsessed with this song at the moment…

Have a great weekend!

(Photo by â–²Robbix)

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2 Responses to “Procrastination Station #70”

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  2. Ruby Tinneberg Says:

    Do not know how high the sky is until one climbs up the tops of mountains , and do not know how thick the ground is until one comes to the deep river. There is only one succeeder — to be able to expend your sprightliness in your own way.