A collection of 15 posts

Next Draft tells...

But he also insisted the Fyre Festival was gonna be a blast, so maybe we should turn to Albert Einstein, who famously said, "People like us who believe in physics know that the


"The past, the present and the future are really one: they are today." American abolitionist and author, Harriet Beecher Stowe was born #OnThisDay in 1811 #ReadMoreWomen pic.twitter.com/Cc2I4ecvRd —

Time, but not Faulkner

“The fact is that as times change the past changes as well.” —Luc Sante https://t.co/wgd9wLOGjG — The Paris Review (@parisreview) December 8, 2019

Another by Faulkner on Time

“There is no such thing as was—only is. If was existed, there would be no grief or sorrow.” —William Faulkner https://t.co/ZbjWs0Y9Gf — The Paris Review (@parisreview) November 29, 2019

Time flow in strange ways on Sundays

There’s a line in Haruki Murakami’s sprawling novel, 1Q84, that encapsulates the subtle dread many people feel as the weekend wraps up: “Time flows in strange ways on Sundays,” he writes,

Memory and Time

“Life is not what one lived, but what one remembers and how one remembers it in order to recount it.” We lost Gabriel García Márquez 5 years ago today. Here is his formative