“Paper Passion, which will be sold inside a hardcover book with the pages hollowed out to hold the flacon, will be developed with Berlin perfumer Geza Schön, who told the paper that “the fragrance will have a fatty note,” probably along the lines of linoleum, and that he was taking his inspiration from the smell of printed and unprinted paper.”(Independent)
Dad:So you're probably going to live with a guy in New York?
Me:Yeah, it's looking that's what is going to happen.
Dad:Well, okay. That's good that you'll have a roommate, but it still makes me a little nervous, so here's what we're going to do: let's take a picture of you and me together and I'll be making a really mean face and holding a shotgun and give it to him so he knows I'm tough.
“I don’t understand people who want to be writers who don’t read very much. I think there’s something wrong there. It’s like wanting to be a piano player and not listening to very much music… You have to learn to read like a writer, in the same way that a doctor looks at a human body maybe a little bit differently or a painter looks at the human form differently than the rest of us.”—