Skull in a salt lake
Wow that is the highest quality gif I have ever seen!
It looks like I’m actually there
(I left out Penny’s exact level of education on purpose. She could have a high school diploma or a PhD. “Finishing school” is just a good, widely experienced jumping-off point for adulthood, y’know?)
Revere Beach, Massachusetts
Pistol Club frosted mug
TV robots were very popular in the fifties and sixties.they weren’t actually a bad idea..following you about the house showing you your favourite programmes.the only drawback being the amount of Valium popping,martini swilling housewives that tripped over the power cable and aerial…it was the fifties after all.
the knee of listening (1973)
I found the Granta edition of Downriver along with copies of Radon Daughters and Landor’s Tower at the much missed Atlantic Books (formerly Twelfth Street Books in Manhattan) about three years ago. Right before they closed, I would go there regularly to try to grab everything I could…
Mr. Pieter Van Vollenhoven, 1971.