Monday links

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    Candy
    14 May 2018
    8:36am

    What a great bunch of links! (Except the Warhol scene link needs to be corrected.) Loved the sad-not sad playlist and the hilarious Samantha Irby. Great Monday treat.

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    Dana D
    14 May 2018
    8:55am

    Thank you for the writing “rules.” I’m starting a new collection of pieces and these are very helpful…

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    y.k.
    14 May 2018
    9:20am

    Thanks for the links – I’m looking forward to diving in to each one!
    Also, I finally had a chance to read the Molly Ringwald essay in Dame from your link last week – I especially love this paragraph-

    A new era dawned at the beginning of the ’80s: the American hostages in Iran came home. I became obsessed with New Wave music, Ms. Pac-Man, convertible cars, Ray-Bans, drinking coffee at Dupar’s diner, and the color pink. I drove up and down Ventura Boulevard with my friends listening to Bananarama and then back up to the top of Mulholland Drive. I danced at Florentine Gardens, went to the movies, stayed up all night, acted in movies, and then grew up and moved away from California altogether.

    I hope you don’t mind my pasting it here. so great.

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    c.w.
    14 May 2018
    9:22am

    This was the perfect way for me to begin my Manic Monday! The writer’s bit from The Guardian should be printed out and saved by every writer or writer wanna be––both the first and the second groups of writers.

    My beau has a list of songs he wants played at his memorial. My muther has a list of hymns she wants sung at her memorial. Neither are as good as this list. Made me weepy and exhilarated all at once (or the exhilaration part could’ve been the coffee).

    I wish Samantha Irby was my BFF.

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    Jax
    14 May 2018
    12:16pm

    Last link goes to the neon cityscapes.

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    Elle
    14 May 2018
    12:43pm

    Samantha Irby = my new favorite person – thank you

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    Susan Davis
    14 May 2018
    8:33pm

    What is your playlist for your funeral? Mine includes “Do You Realize” by the Flaming Lips and “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles/George Harrison. I’m OK with my weird.

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