Writing that gets rewritten as the earth moves. If you look at the sky that way, it's this massive shifting poem, or maybe a letter, first written by one author, and then, when the earth moves, annotated by another. So I stare and stare until, one day, I can read it.— Maria Dahvana Headley
The most gorgeous Maria Dahvana Headley quotes to get the best of your day
I like monsters in general - that's what I like to write about.
Somebody was joking with me that my body was becoming a manual for a role-playing game because I'm covered in little monsters. That's true. I could easily have more monsters on my skin.
Brooke Berman's voice is utterly distinct, and her book, detailing her nomadic artist's journey toward both a successful playwriting career and a home of her own, through 20 years of cramped sublets, high-rise palaces, writer's colonies, and boyfriend's vans, is a hilarious, hopeful, and penetrating must-read.
I was a protestor. I was such a protestor that I regularly protested things that might have been good for me.
A hilarious, honest, heartfelt look at what it means to take on a family that isn't your own...Izzy Rose rocks it.
I read stuff. Books are not my only friends, but we're friendly. So there.
My first tattoo is a full-on Sailor Jerry situation on my hip - it's a swallow with big spread wings. When I got it I was 20 on St. Mark's Place in New York; I just walked in in a frenzy. It's still there 17 years later and it's not a terrible thing to look at.
I just feel like this skin is mine. It's aging every day and the tattoos are aging with me. So, I'm going to be an old piece of paper one day with a lot of work on it.
The main problem of living in the city that never sleeps that neither did I.
Because every time someone finds a new animal, or a new amazing thing on earth, it means we haven't broken everything yet.