Recently I clicked on The Songlines (Bruce Chatwin) on my profile, just to see who in this blogosphere would come up. (It can get interesting ... imagine the Blogophiles who'd show if you entered Home and Away, Harry Potter, or something really, completely ordinary). Gould's Book of Fish by Richard Flannigan throws up some nice surprises.
Recently I clicked on The Songlines, that tale of nomads in general and in particular the nomadic people who moved inside and around our centre - did you know that when Chatwin wrote The Songlines, he was cruising central Australia with Salman Rushdie? -
I clicked on this. She's a gorgeous new find. Esp. look at the Six ways to kill a Rooster series. Enjoy this girl.
The picture below? Well, it appeared on her blog and struck a (spinal) chord. Don't we all have a Frieda day?
The Flayed Angel from Gautier D'Agoty and Joseph Guichard Duverny, Myologie Complete (Comprehensive Study of the Muscles), Paris, 1746.