|Shot at Ormond Beach, FL|
fold it into quarters then use that as a bookmark. Then i'll make notes on the bookmark of words I don't know or that I like, or that I want to know more about. Sometimes the mark comes up empty, sometimes I'll fill it across all four sides and the back. I found a bunch stashed in a desk drawer. In most cases I have no idea what books they're from but I thought I'd post them for your entertainment. Assuming you exist, of course.
Bookmark # 7 -
No idea what this book was.
General Belmont believed in the divine right of white men
Bed of procrustes
Aut Caesar, art null us.
"When June comes dancing on the death of May"
Bookmark #6 -
I have no idea what book this is from, but I bet it was good.
The scent of Black Narcissus
Ne plus ultra
Chick Webb - Sweet Sue
The Happiness boys - Billy Jones and Ernie Hare
The Silver Masked Tenor = Joseph White
Rev. Andy Jenkins
Edward Abbe Niles
Boyd Senter and The Senterpedes
Joe Hanks aka Fine Arts
William S. Hart
The Pullman Porters
The Two Black Crows
Hiram & Hezekiah
Old love letters
Bookmark #5 -
This is from reading George Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London
Danse De Ventre
Nancy boys - London
Apache boys - Paris
Cockney rhyming slang
BOOKMARK # 4 -
I'm guessing this was part of the Paris Review box set of interviews that I had. I loved reading that set, and I think I read most of the interviews within. It's where I discovered Eugene Walter via his delightful interview with Isak Dinesen.
Summary of prayer: Oh God pay attention to me! -Robert Frost via Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound - Cantos
When did we lose the appelation of humorist?
"Your blue eyes are closed, the world can rest."
The grotesques of childhood.
Yeats - Gyre
Ted Hughes - the thought fox
What is Ars Poetica?
"I think like a genius, I write like a distinguished man of letters, I talk like an idiot." - Nabakov
Andrew O' Hagan
John Gardner - Interview
"A room is, after all a place where you hide from the wolves. That's all any room is."
Ford Maddox Ford - Parade's End
George Seldes - Witness to a century
Jean Rhys - Wide Sargasso SeaSucriants
"We may not be able to teach you what you need or what you want. We can only teach you what we know. " - Prof. James Welch
BOOKMARK #3 01/11/2016
I must have been reading a bio of Roscoe Arbuckle at the time.
Roscoe Arbuckle in The Butcher Boy
Snaggs Maroone & His Highnote Highlanders
Al St. John
Bookmark #1 (Posted sometime in 2015)
john birdwells diary
captain fremont 2nd expidition
Lanceford Hastings Emigrant Guide
Bear Flag Revolt
Thirty Days Prayer
Emory Martin the one-armed banjo player
Natchee The Indian
Georgia Yellow Hammers
Buck and Wing Dance
Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver
Irvin S. Cobb