‘I got so confused about what was real and what was not while reading Ferrante on a train that I kept on forgetting that I hadn’t missed my station’ – Joanna Biggs on Elena Ferrante, from the #LRBarchive. We’ll be live-streaming tonight’s London Review Bookshop discussion about Ferrante’s work, featuring her translator, Ann Goldstein, on Facebook shortly (7pm). Link in bio.
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
I love Instagram, which was somewhat of a shock to me. I've always believed that I've been most drawn to text-based creativity, but the second I downloaded the app I was hooked. I spent much of my first year or so on the app following my friends, other bloggers, and celebrities. However, more recently I've tried to transform Intsagram into a place where I can get creative inspiration, as much as anything else. I thought I'd share with you my favourite Instagram finds. Some of these are big names, some have smaller followings. There is a loose theme of art, landcapes, plants, and illustrations. Enjoy!