Post-Drag New Optimism
A rose is a rose is a rose is a joke.
Renata Adler (via snpsnpsnp)
Besides being a matter of principle, it just wouldn’t be worthwhile for us to have a magazine with any one single type of voice,” she explains. “We want as much range of experience as we can in our content: young and old, expert and amateur, man and woman. That’s [what makes] a dynamic and interesting publication.
Quoted in The National Post arts section this week.
She replies that both Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway “annoy me in the same way — one feels oneself tricked into feeling sympathy for entirely undeserving and rather tiresome people.