— The Pale King, David Foster Wallace
Last week, our cartoonists were asked to take this assortment of shapes and use the three that they fancied to create something fanciful.
They had a lot of fun with it, and then we opened up the fun to you guys on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr. And, inspired by the cartoonists’ wacky creations, you took a whack at it. Herewith, some results that caught our fancy: http://nyr.kr/OCv42j
When pandas attack.
Ray Bradbury, rest in peace.
Ming the panda taking a snap of photographer Bert Hardy’s son, Mike, 1939.
— Terry Eagleton, on the state of literary criticism. Read more, here.
— Petrarch, on quoting authors.
— Wendell Berry, The Hidden Wound.