I’m twenty seven years old. And I write. What’s funny is that I’m not a patient man. Patience is one of those things you acquire in time. I want to write great things and I want to write them now.
For a young, inexperienced writer like myself the world seems to spin twice as fast. I don’t have time to stop, to ponder, to throw away pages of literature. I want to inspire in people what my favorite stories inspired in me. Continue reading Twenty-something
But it’s not.
It’s really not.
It’s just some customers who were more than glad to send me photos of them wearing irevuo‘s designs.
Anyway, this thing got me thinking. Haters. If you don’t have them, you are doing something wrong. As they say, even Jesus had his fair share of haters. It means you stood up for something.
No, really, these were all sent by happy customers. No Photoshop.
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Scarred Hearts, one of the few published works by Max Blecher, is a novel of pain and suffering. The author, who lived most of his life under the auspices of a dreadful disease, died at the age of 29. But even though this is a novel in which the characters live under the constant threat of death, even though their lives are bitter and painful, his little characters find enough strength to fall in love, to mold the most human of feelings and experiences after their own needs. Continue reading Book Review: Scarred Hearts by Max Blecher
Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was a French post-Impressionist artist. He quit his job at a bank in order to paint. He did not manage to gain the appreciation his works deserved, even though his style was innovative in terms of the colors used and quite the departure from Impressionism. Continue reading Showcase: Paul Gauguin
Opening lines are important. They introduce the reader into a world inherently different than the one he experiences in his day to day life. But what about the ending? How does one go about it? Don’t they matter maybe just as much?
Here are some of the best ending lines from novels. Continue reading Ending Lines