Jaime Green

Jul 21
Not a bad work view.

Not a bad work view.


Jul 19

(via sumrtime)


Jul 18
DUMBO makes me feel pretty okay about this city.

DUMBO makes me feel pretty okay about this city.


Jul 16
I want to live inside this Trader Joe’s purchase.

I want to live inside this Trader Joe’s purchase.


Essay class essentials: Lopate & Geier.

Essay class essentials: Lopate & Geier.


Jul 14

catapultreads:

Here’s episode 10, for you and your ears.


harperperennial:

I am getting major SimTower vibes from the paperback cover of Choire Sicha’s Very Recent History.

It looks very Tiny Tower to me. It’s a pretty cheerful interpretation of the book’s most melancholy metaphor. But it’s also very handsome. 
(This is a totally amazing book, btw. If you haven’t read it, what’s wrong with your head?)

harperperennial:

I am getting major SimTower vibes from the paperback cover of Choire Sicha’s Very Recent History.

It looks very Tiny Tower to me. It’s a pretty cheerful interpretation of the book’s most melancholy metaphor. But it’s also very handsome. 

(This is a totally amazing book, btw. If you haven’t read it, what’s wrong with your head?)


amnhnyc:

The Museum’s Hall of Primates explores the mammalian order that includes apes, monkeys, and humans. The hall is divided into families, with displays that trace both shared characteristics and those unique to each group. For example, while many primates such as spider monkeys have long tails they use for grasping, apes, which have hands that are specialized for swinging from trees, do not have tails. 
Learn more about the Hall of Primates.

The museum seems so new and fancy; I love these halls and their sickly lighting that remind you otherwise.

amnhnyc:

The Museum’s Hall of Primates explores the mammalian order that includes apes, monkeys, and humans. The hall is divided into families, with displays that trace both shared characteristics and those unique to each group. For example, while many primates such as spider monkeys have long tails they use for grasping, apes, which have hands that are specialized for swinging from trees, do not have tails. 

Learn more about the Hall of Primates.

The museum seems so new and fancy; I love these halls and their sickly lighting that remind you otherwise.


jaimealyse:

#fridayreads on the train to CT

This book was amazing. I read it in two days—it’s short, but I also couldn’t put it down. I read it on the train. I read it when I was supposed to be working. I read while my friends were watching Looney Toons on a Saturday morning. I finished it in Grand Central, walking along the platform with two pages left after the train ride.
I don’t think any description of mine could do these essays justice. They are raw and honest, thoughtful and sensitive, funny and smart and heartbreaking and hopeful. I think I will read them over and over again, not because of anything to do with being a writer, but as a human being. You should definitely read it, too.

jaimealyse:

#fridayreads on the train to CT

This book was amazing. I read it in two days—it’s short, but I also couldn’t put it down. I read it on the train. I read it when I was supposed to be working. I read while my friends were watching Looney Toons on a Saturday morning. I finished it in Grand Central, walking along the platform with two pages left after the train ride.

I don’t think any description of mine could do these essays justice. They are raw and honest, thoughtful and sensitive, funny and smart and heartbreaking and hopeful. I think I will read them over and over again, not because of anything to do with being a writer, but as a human being. You should definitely read it, too.


emmastraub:

(via Have You Ever Read A Guidebook To The Country You Live In)
I wrote about a road trip I took in 2007 for Buzzfeed. This is what I looked like then.

This is really great!

emmastraub:

(via Have You Ever Read A Guidebook To The Country You Live In)

I wrote about a road trip I took in 2007 for Buzzfeed. This is what I looked like then.

This is really great!