A humor writer in Montana.
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This is the other great thing I read today. Super complex and heart-squeezing poems. Finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize.
The only upside to being miserably sick in bed: reading novels. This one is about Chicago’s Boystown in the 80s during the AIDS crisis. Highly, highly recommended - I cried for the last 50 pages, and only kind of because I’m feverish and lonely.
@ben_fowlkes hung up a bunch of art we’ve been meaning to hang up! From various wonderful people including @maryhoulie, Eric Larson, @jennicatherine, and Joey. You can guess which is which.
Go out there and make shitloads of pots today.
Willa: Mom, who’s the courageous woman on that record?
Whenever I need an extra teeny dose of bravery, I wear my dad’s army fatigues from when he was drafted during Vietnam. It’s faded, but the ASWELL is still there.
This cafe has a “table copy” of this book. Finallyyyy, I understand women.
From the front porch of a little cabin.
We are always on Team Dada.
Cheering @ben_fowlkes on at the first game of his hockey tournament.
I assume, for their sake, that this is the inventor of pilates.
Look me in the eye and tell me you don’t love Moonshine. (Art by Joey)