Jacques Derrida in Talk to Her by Kristine McKenna.
This illustration was in my drafts for almost exactly a year and now the excellent story is finally published on New Yorker’s Page Turner. Which is somewhat fitting. I wrote a bunch of sentences about it last year, here’s one of them:
"It also made me remember those old Russian windows, partitioned with little regard for sense or symmetry, like some halfassed Mondrian knockoff."
“I build my life so that I don’t wake up for anything. Ever. If you make me get up early to do something with you, I will hate you and resent you and figure out a way of never having to work with you ever again.”
- Douglas Coupland in Feathertale #13