Rima Hammoudi

Follow your plot. Stick to your puns.

“The word ‘eunoia,’ which literally means ‘beautiful thinking,’ is the shortest word in English that contains all five vowels. Directly inspired by the Oulipo (l’Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle), a French writers’ group interested in experimenting with different forms of literary constraint,Eunoia is a five-chapter book in which each chapter is a univocal lipogram – the first chapter has A as its only vowel, the second chapter E, etc. Each vowel takes on a distinct personality: the I is egotistical and romantic, the O jocular and obscene, the E elegiac and epic…”

Own it. 

The word ‘eunoia,’ which literally means ‘beautiful thinking,’ is the shortest word in English that contains all five vowels. Directly inspired by the Oulipo (l’Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle), a French writers’ group interested in experimenting with different forms of literary constraint,Eunoia is a five-chapter book in which each chapter is a univocal lipogram – the first chapter has A as its only vowel, the second chapter E, etc. Each vowel takes on a distinct personality: the I is egotistical and romantic, the O jocular and obscene, the E elegiac and epic…”

Own it

“All sorts of things in this world behave like mirrors.” - Jacques Lacan.

“All sorts of things in this world behave like mirrors.” - Jacques Lacan.

coleclosser:

Poster I drawed and writ words on—comin’ soon from Foxing Quarterly.Readin’ is good fer yer face, baby.  Git some.

coleclosser:

Poster I drawed and writ words on—comin’ soon from Foxing Quarterly.
Readin’ is good fer yer face, baby.  Git some.

bluebed:

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."

bluebed:

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."

(Source: bluebed.net)