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monday miscellany

January 18th, 2010 by erin

  • As an addendum to the Fluevog-o-rama post, the boy would like me to mention that he does not have two pairs of vogs, he has three. I forgot about his shiny dress shoes with the diamond pattern that Googling has not helped me find a link or name of the style. They’re shiny, though. I should talk him into letting me do a photo retrospective of his shoes, too.
  • We finished re-watching Season 4 of LOST today. The entire finale is kind of brilliant. I still love Frank. They need to make a movie out of The Hunger Games soon because Tania Raymonde needs to be Katniss. I’m excited to re-watch S5. Also, my crush on Michael Emerson is pure & true & knows no bounds.
  • I’m still in revisionland, which mostly consists of writing down snatches of new scenes in a notebook while breaking down my previous draft in Scrivener. It’s a mess right now, but the new version is starting to have shape, so that’s something.
  • I’m weirdly obsessed with antlers lately, have I mentioned that? I recently got this necklace and I rather love it. I’ve been favorite-ing actual vintage antlers on Etsy, too, but people keep buying them before I get a chance to mull over where I might put them. (I do have one random antler hanging out on one of the bookshelves in the studio already.)
  • I don’t think I’m going to be able to catch the A.R.T.’s production of Gatz, unfortunately, but I’m loving getting bits of The Great Gatsby via @ARTGatz on Twitter. It’s making me want to re-read the book, which I haven’t read since high school.

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2 Responses to “monday miscellany”

  1. That necklace is cool.

    And YES OMG YES Tania Raymonde could so play Katniss!

    I would love to see the boy’s shoes.

    This article in the Toronto paper on the weekend made me think of you: http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/bookreviews/article/751710–small-print-alice-through-another-glass

  2. erin says:

    (Your comment got flagged as spam, boo! Sorry I lost it in the approval queue for awhile there.)

    And those Lipchenko Alice illustrations are gorgeous! I might have to pick that up, not that I need yet another copy. Danke for the link!