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On Reading More Books

One of my intentions for 2016 (I hesitate to call it a resolution) is to read more books. Over the last few years, the number of books I’ve read (and the frequency with which I read them) has steadily decreased. 670 more words


Drawing Blood by Molly Crabapple

First book of 2016- Drawing Blood by Molly Crabapple. I’ve been a huge admirer of her work for a long time, especially her animated documentaries. 8 more words

Book Of The Week

book review: Drawing Blood

Drawing Blood by Molly Crabapple. Harper| December 2015| 352 pages | $29.99| ISBN: 978-0-06-232364-4

RATING: *****/5*

“I wanted to meld my two communities: professionally-gazed-at girls like Stoya, and professionally-listened-to journalists like Laurie and Tash . 1,078 more words


Molly Crabapple on Art, Writing, and Creative Work

Artist and journalist Molly Crabapple sat down with the folks at Vice recently to talk about her creative habit and her new memoir. She has some interesting, honest things to say about the grind of working in the creative arts day in, day out. 66 more words


In Molly Crabapple's 'Drawing Blood,' the Millennial Generation's First Great Radical Artist Tells Her Story

Those of us born in the 1980s who drew on the walls, jammed in the garage, and filled notebooks with words have just recently emerged as fully formed adult artists, with work in hand to show for it: paintings, albums, chapbooks, novels. 1,049 more words


Links Round-Up: Little bits of real life

A book I should read

I have never read Molly Crabapple’s writing (aside from her tweets), but this article makes me want to go out and pick up a copy of her memoir, … 417 more words


Stunning, Old Hollywood-Style Portraits of Mystical Women in an Ethereal World

The ancient bones of the British countryside and the ethereal world of a darkened room become characters in the photography of UK-based artist Ellen Rogers… 217 more words