1. Read any weird books lately?

  2. the-sketchronomicon:

    I went to Powell’s (A book store in Portland) to get a cookbook, and then this happened. Awwwwwww Yisssss


  3. assprats-in-the-tardis:

    So I found this in Powell’s Books…

    (Source: orestes-swimming)

  4. Friday reading material? Can’t decide what we should try first… “juke joint binges” or “cabins for the night”?

    (Source: powells)

  5. theparisreview:

    Forget the Oscars: what we’re interested in is the Diagram Prize, which rewards the oddest title of the year. The shortlist follows; vote for your favorite before March 22 at We Love This Book.

    Goblinproofing One’s Chicken Coop, by Reginald Bakeley

    God’s Doodle: The Life and Times of the Penis, by Tom Hickman

    How Tea Cosies Changed the World, by Loani Prior 

    How to Sharpen Pencils, by David Rees 

    Lofts of North America: Pigeon Lofts, by Jerry Gagne 

    Was Hitler Ill?, by Hans-Joachim Neumann and Henrik Eberle

    NO CONTEST NECESSARY. We have a winner.

    Goblinproofing One’s Chicken Coop

    by Reginald Bakeley (Conari £9.99)

    How to identify, track, defend and destroy bothersome members of the fairy realm.

    (via brooklinebooksmith)

  6. "In full colour." (Thank goodness.)

  7. inqueerey:

    In Powell’s books ‘just for the cover’ section.

    Wherever she grooves — that’s where it’s at.

    (Source: stumptown-queer)

  8. Some mysteries just aren’t meant to be solved.