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Posts tagged Tom Gauld
ebookfriendly:

Smartphones in literature;-) http://ebks.to/11FZKn9

Tom Gauld FTW as usual.

ebookfriendly:

Smartphones in literature;-) http://ebks.to/11FZKn9

Tom Gauld FTW as usual.

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Happy Birthday, Franz Kafka! Cartoon by the ever-brilliant Tom Gauld aka myjetpack

Happy Birthday, Franz Kafka! Cartoon by the ever-brilliant Tom Gauld aka myjetpack

myjetpack:


A book of my cartoons will be out in three weeks!


Where can I download this because I would. The poet game. I’m going to buy the book in old-school paper style, of course.

myjetpack:

book of my cartoons will be out in three weeks!

Where can I download this because I would. The poet game. I’m going to buy the book in old-school paper style, of course.

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myjetpack:

A book of my cartoons will be out in late April.

Tom Gauld 4ever and ever.

myjetpack:

book of my cartoons will be out in late April.

Tom Gauld 4ever and ever.

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We’re busy putting together an amazing lineup for this year’s third annual What the Dickens? A Christmas Carol Marathon. Join us December 15 for caroling, the spirited story of Jacob Marley and Ebeneezer Scrooge, festive treats from the cafe, and more. It’s one of my favorite things that happens at this bookstore all year long.

We’re busy putting together an amazing lineup for this year’s third annual What the Dickens? A Christmas Carol Marathon. Join us December 15 for caroling, the spirited story of Jacob Marley and Ebeneezer Scrooge, festive treats from the cafe, and more. It’s one of my favorite things that happens at this bookstore all year long.

(Source: myjetpack, via tordotcom)

Sequel (by tom gauld)

Sequel (by tom gauld)

"Marx understood that criticism doesn’t mean delivering petty, ill-tempered Simon Cowell-like put-downs. It doesn’t necessarily mean heaping scorn. It means making fine distinctions. It means talking about ideas, aesthetics and morality as if these things matter (and they do). It’s at base an act of love. Our critical faculties are what make us human." 
Dwight Garner via A Critic’s Case for Critics Who Are Actually Critical - NYTimes.com

"Marx understood that criticism doesn’t mean delivering petty, ill-tempered Simon Cowell-like put-downs. It doesn’t necessarily mean heaping scorn. It means making fine distinctions. It means talking about ideas, aesthetics and morality as if these things matter (and they do). It’s at base an act of love. Our critical faculties are what make us human." 

Dwight Garner via A Critic’s Case for Critics Who Are Actually Critical - NYTimes.com

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rachelfershleiser:

Tom is on Tumblr! WOOOOOOO!

This is the best news! Hurray!

rachelfershleiser:

Tom is on Tumblr! WOOOOOOO!

This is the best news! Hurray!

(Source: myjetpack)

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280. The king, the castle and the poem (by tom gauld) In honor of National Poetry Month and Tom Gauld being great.

280. The king, the castle and the poem (by tom gauld) In honor of National Poetry Month and Tom Gauld being great.

kelsfjord:

Q&A w/ Tom Gauld

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