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Gertrude Stein’s advice to Hemingway on writing about sex

“It’s good,” said. “That’s not the question at all. But it is inaccrochable. That means it is like a picture that a painter paints and then he cannot hang it when he has a show and nobody will buy it because they cannot hang it either.”

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Curl My Toes (who Said That?)

Madonna Playing Poker With A Dog

Whether you like it or not Olivier Rousteing posing buck naked on the cover of TETU was currently everywhere in all directions all at once (to paraphrase Gertude Stein) a week or so ago, in spite of the fact that NYFW. 191 more words

Me With My Head in the Clouds

me with my
head in the clouds
allergic to
guava juice
reading Goethe
and Gertrude Stein
sharing secrets
and gum
dancing to bluegrass
in the rain

©Cate Derham


The Geopoetics of Modernism

Now available!

The Geopoetics of Modernism

by Rebecca Walsh

“Takes an exciting new approach by reading modernism alongside geographical theorists as well as periodicals such as… 138 more words

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Gertrude Stein Apprenticeship

Here are a few Gertrude Stein apprenticeships I did last year. I hope you enjoy them!



A Rabble
And a flair, to pointing ribbon does and a likeness. 234 more words


Snyder, Cummings, and Stein: Cycling Back to Nature

Snyder, Cummings, and Stein: Cycling Back to Nature

The system of language often seems like a type of order that is specific to the human species. 2,880 more words

In spring, 1906…

…English painter Duncan Grant, 21, is living in Paris. When his aunt gave him £1000 for his birthday in January, he knew exactly what he wanted to do with it. 184 more words

The Bloomsbury Group