1. nprbooks:

Image: Carrie Brownstein (Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)
Carrie Brownstein + Nora Ephron + Jane Austen = Lost in Austen
Here’s how: Brownstein, of Portlandia, will complete Ephron’s unfinished screenplay for Lost in Austen, a movie based on the British miniseries of the same name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Lost in Austen revolves around Amanda, who lives and works in present-day Brooklyn. Suddenly, she finds herself transported back in time and into the fictional world of classic novel Pride and Prejudice.”
Three of my favorite things, one awesome book news item.
-Nicole

    nprbooks:

    Image: Carrie Brownstein (Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

    Carrie Brownstein + Nora Ephron + Jane Austen = Lost in Austen

    Here’s how: Brownstein, of Portlandia, will complete Ephron’s unfinished screenplay for Lost in Austen, a movie based on the British miniseries of the same name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Lost in Austen revolves around Amanda, who lives and works in present-day Brooklyn. Suddenly, she finds herself transported back in time and into the fictional world of classic novel Pride and Prejudice.”

    Three of my favorite things, one awesome book news item.

    -Nicole

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  2. bofransson:

West coast Wild Fennel by Michelle Morin

    bofransson:

    West coast Wild Fennel by Michelle Morin

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  3. I keep telling my body, skin and bones, heart and lungs, that this type of sound is not conducive to the dance I know, the precision and power hammered into an unrecognizable grace of form. I keep telling my body that there isn’t even any of that left in us, that it was slowly and methodically crushed out of our sinews by time and grief. Maybe I should still my mind. Maybe I should shut up and listen to my body. Maybe I should remember what it is to bend and stretch and breathe and soar.

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  6. As if you were on fire from within.

    The moon lives in the lining of your skin.

    Pablo Neruda  (via thatkindofwoman)
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  10. No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.
    Lupita Nyong’o in her Academy Award acceptance speech (via larmoyante)
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