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I'm a young writer of weird stories, hopeful poet, graphic designer, photographer, and cafe-sitter.

estufar:

actual headline from The New York Times in 1919

I thought this was Night Vale

estufar:

actual headline from The New York Times in 1919

I thought this was Night Vale

(via scienceetfiction)

Come and get your love…

(Source: chrisprattings, via thelions-club)

(Source: foresteyed, via thelions-club)

accidentally thinks about something awkward i did three years ago

me:

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neil-gaiman:

gameofthorins:

I want to spend a day in the mind of Neil Gaiman, honestly. 

You really don’t. It’s weird in here. Also I think that thing over there in the corner of my mind is moving.

Don’t look. Maybe it won’t see us.

(via amandapalmer)

pheebsw said: Mr. Gaiman, have you ever written a story you weren't excited about because you knew it would sell or receive positive reviews?

neil-gaiman:

I’m hard to get excited about things. And I am very aware that a novel that takes 18 months to write is going to have days when you’re excited and days when it’s a grind and days when you wish you had a proper job that didn’t involve putting words down on paper.

I always think something’s a good idea when I decide to do it, though. And I try to remember that on the grind days.

NEIL GAIMAN ANSWERED MY ASK!!!!

Will I be something?
Am I something?

And the answer comes:
You already are.
You always were.
And you still have time to be.”

—   Anis Mojgani  (via elauxe)

(Source: happypeopledodrugs, via cassafrass1201)