1. A book received, soon to be read.

    A book received, soon to be read.

  2. juddgeeksout:


Read a Book Day!

I’m a professional. Try this at home.

Heh. Follow the old ways!

    juddgeeksout:

    Read a Book Day!

    I’m a professional. Try this at home.

    Heh. Follow the old ways!

    (Source: amandaonwriting)

  3. juddgeeksout:


Read a Book Day!

I’m a professional. Try this at home.

    juddgeeksout:

    Read a Book Day!

    I’m a professional. Try this at home.

    (Source: amandaonwriting)

  4. Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.

    —  Elie Wiesel (via dangerouswitnesses)

    (Source: officialteamgreen)

  5. 1690s book with filigree silver binding - National Library of Sweden

    This binding is an exquisite example of Danish filigree technique
    from the 1690s.It belongs to the National Library’s Huseby
    Collection and was once owned by Karren Mogensdotter Skoug.
    Her name and the year 1692 are engraved on the inside of the clasps. -(x)

    (Source: tirairgid)

  6. So, based on this cover, the message of Fahrenheit 451 is that burning books is alluring, or sexy? Hmm.

    So, based on this cover, the message of Fahrenheit 451 is that burning books is alluring, or sexy? Hmm.

  7. ellenkushner:

discardingimages:

rabbit musicianLe livre de Lancelot du Lac and other Arthurian Romances, Northern France 13th century.
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 229, fol. 1r

Rabbits playing psalteries in medieval manuscript marginalia

    ellenkushner:

    discardingimages:

    rabbit musician

    Le livre de Lancelot du Lac and other Arthurian Romances, Northern France 13th century.

    Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 229, fol. 1r

    Rabbits playing psalteries in medieval manuscript marginalia

  8. Of course I didn’t need Ms. Adichie’s book to tell me that racism is hurtful and diversity a benefit to the culture. But I did need it to help me navigate the specifics of the pain and frustration born of institutionalized racism, because I’ve never felt that sting first hand. I’ll likely never have to.

    — 

    I Need Diverse Books: BookCon, Donald Sterling, and AMERICANAH | BOOK RIOT

    An excellent post about how reading diversely can open your eyes to your own privilege.

    (via imamandanelson)

  9. arcaneimages:

moseisly:

http://moseisly.spreadshirt.com/ape-of-liberty-I12665830

Now THAT’S a comic. Apes, Vampires and Swamp Monsters. 

    arcaneimages:

    moseisly:

    http://moseisly.spreadshirt.com/ape-of-liberty-I12665830

    Now THAT’S a comic. Apes, Vampires and Swamp Monsters. 

  10. ellenkushner:

    kateordie:

    girlslovegamestoo:

    Women of Steel

    credits of awesome women: (msg me as you find them!): Image 1 and 4 http://www.virginiahankins.com/

    Oh my GOD.

    I’m such a sucker for a redhead in armor.

    My daughter always wants to see “lady knights” and this is a nice selection of them.