the radiant child (2010)

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“So we wait out storms sometimes to be reminded of their power to isolate, though there is always another side. After that summer night, no storm in or out of nature ever threatened me as much, because Sibbhon’s dismissal of me was also a recognition of my tenacity, or foolhardiness—the nature of one willing to strike through upheaval for the other side knowing now that there is another side and knowing, too, what is waiting there: always another survivor.”

Larry Woiwode, from “Summer Storms.”

Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, 1982

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He knows what he’s done. But he’s in too deep to back out now.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat

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“I was intentionally trying to disrupt the comic lexicon because I felt like it didn’t belong to me … Teens live in a world that’s reality and fantasy at the same time.”

An interview with Esther Pearl Watson on her comic Unlovable, based on a found diary.

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But Confucius has answered them with the final whistle, it’s all over. Germany, having trounced England’s famous midfield trio of Bentham, Locke and Hobbes in the semi-final, have been beaten by the odd goal.

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