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"I think" from Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species 
We’ve launched our Literary Tattoo Campaign on Kickstarter! Join us here!

We’ve launched our Literary Tattoo Campaign on Kickstarter! Join us here!

It’s not the word made flesh we want in writing, in fiction, and in poetry, but the flesh made word.

William Gass, On Being Blue (via libraryland)
Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
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Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
Join the campaign here!
Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
Join the campaign here!
Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
Join the campaign here!
Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
Join the campaign here!
Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!
You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.
Join the campaign here!

Join us on Kickstarter to be one of 2,500 bodies we use to reprint Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland!

You can also see the 15 tattoos that will be added to our permanent collection this fall.

Join the campaign here!

Announcing Litographs Tattoos: Wearable Tributes to Iconic Books
To celebrate, we’re asking 2,500 of you to help make literary history and join us on Kickstarter in reprinting the entire text of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on human bodies!
Click here to join the campaign —> http://bit.ly/WySbUY

Announcing Litographs Tattoos: Wearable Tributes to Iconic Books

To celebrate, we’re asking 2,500 of you to help make literary history and join us on Kickstarter in reprinting the entire text of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on human bodies!

Click here to join the campaign —> http://bit.ly/WySbUY

When a friend calls to tell us our favorite author is coming to our favorite local bookstore.

When a friend calls to tell us our favorite author is coming to our favorite local bookstore.

A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.

Nelson Mandela
NEW RELEASE: H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”
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NEW RELEASE: H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”
Use the code: R’LYEH for $5 off today only!
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NEW RELEASE: H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”
Use the code: R’LYEH for $5 off today only!
Get it here —-> bit.ly/1q2agYc

NEW RELEASE: H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Call of Cthulhu”

Use the code: R’LYEH for $5 off today only!

Get it here —-> bit.ly/1q2agYc

My reason for writing stories is to give myself the satisfaction of visualising more clearly and detailedly and stably the vague, elusive, fragmentary impressions of wonder, beauty, and adventurous expectancy which are conveyed to me by certain sights (scenic, architectural, atmospheric, etc.), ideas, occurrences, and images encountered in art and literature. I choose weird stories because they suit my inclination best—one of my strongest and most persistent wishes being to achieve, momentarily, the illusion of some strange suspension or violation of the galling limitations of time, space, and natural law which for ever imprison us and frustrate our curiosity about the infinite cosmic spaces beyond the radius of our sight and analysis.

H.P. Lovecraft