Ray Bradbury doles out life and creative advice in the back of a taxi.
Bill Watterson has a new interview out that’s been excerpted from “Exploring Calvin and Hobbes,” the catalogue for the recent Calvin and Hobbes retrospective exhibition at Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.
“When I’m looking for something to blow people’s minds, who better than a skateboarder who talks about neuroscience and memory and stuff like that?”
Photo by J. Grant Brittain
Literary voyager Tom Robbins talks about his process of writing novels.
Here’s Wayne Coyne talking about living with death.
Maya Angelou’s stepfather was well-versed in racketeering and had his friend’s teach her all they knew about the art of the con.
A Brief History of Melancholy
Even in depressing tunes like this.
“We are At War now—with somebody—and we will stay At War with that mysterious Enemy for the rest of our lives.”
Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear & Loathing in America column for ESPN on September 12th, 2001 was spot on.
How do you know you exist? A mind-boggling tribute to René Descartes’s “Meditations on First Philosophy.”