I'm in awe. Gilbert Alter-Gilbert is my new hero.
This will take some days to digest.
Thanks for posting this fascinating - and indeed epic - post - it has really got me thinking. I love the idea of writerly dress in particular. have you read "Among the bohemians - experiments in living 1900-1939"? I have just finished it and intend to post on it as soon as I can - it has a whoel section on dress. Lovely post - thanks for sharing. Hannah
Amazing! Thanks for all the hard work! (*thinks to self* "I _need_ one of those fancy pens!)
Amazing post!! I could certainly use a writer's chamber or, even better, an intimidating stone tower of my own where no one would disturb me while I worked...or even while I napped ;)Best,Tarahttp://nothing-elegant.blogspot.com
"Epic" sums it up--absolutely fantastic post.
What an insanely fabulous post. You rule!!!
Fascinating post!I was enthralled by Tor House when I visited.I'm visiting via Chateau Thombeau.
First I lost myself in this, then I found myself in this... Best Journey Ever...
If I were a writer, I would choose Rene Crevel as my main accoutrement.
Your picture of an insperon, as you probably aware, is actually a picture of a subway car. Your 'lucabration cabnet' is a patient in an iron lung. The Nooklopia is a picture of a diving helmet. Where does truth begin and fiction end on this blog?
dimsum, the key to this post is in the date!