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“Chessman and Wells appear to have been the instigators of this strike. They demanded fountain pens to replace the ballpoint pens currently in use; lights on all night; …better screens on the Death Row windows so birds would not fly in; longer exercise periods; and better food.” Source: “The Rise and Fall of California’s Radical Prison Movement” by Eric...
Anything you need can be found in the garbage. Always have more than one spot.– Anthony Horton, “The Fiery End of A Life Lived Beneath a City.” NYTimes.
They began talking about art, and soon he showed her his work: sketches he had...– “The Fiery End of A Life Lived Beneath a City.” NYTimes.
Poetry is nothing but a certain astonishment before the world and the means for...– Andre du Bouchet, 1954 (via leopoldgursky)
There are no straight lines in Nature, folks. Nature abhors symmetry. Sure,...– Charles Martin Simon