“Find ecstasy within yourself. It is not out there. It is in your innermost flowering. The one you are looking for is you. You are the traveler and you are the destination. In experiencing the ecstasy of your own being, you have achieved the final goal.”—Osho (via mojominx)
Quinn Emmett is a Los Angeles-based actor and a screenwriter. But he has also, perhaps surprisingly, found himself as the editor and publisher of the Fog Horn , a new digital literary magazine. Publishing four short stories a month, the Fog Horn is available as an app for the iPad or iPhone, and has made a point of showcasing emerging writers — and paying them for their work.
The LA Times covered THE FOG HORN, the literary magazine that published my very first paid story. Check them out! My story is here.
“What NOT to expect:
SWING MUSIC TO COME BACK
A FREE SAUSAGE MCMUFFIN
TO HAVE WHAT REDMAN AND METHOD MAN HAVE
ANYONE TO CARE ABOUT BIRDS”—
-Sofiya’s list of things NOT to expect from her stand-up shows are among my favorite combinations of words in the world.
“[KERRY] Female, early 30’s. A beautiful woman with stunning features, charming, but with a secret dark side. Nudity required for this role, the top of her butt crack and breasts.”—acting breakdowns, part 70 of an infinitely frustrating infinity part-series
“I’m always soft for you, that’s the problem. You could come knocking on my door five years from now and I would open my arms wider and say ‘come here, it’s been too long, it felt like home with you.’”—Azra.T, My Heart is Full of Open Windows
“I saw stuff like that growing up man. Like as a little kid you’re just trying to figure out what the world is like. I’m in 2nd, 3rd grade and I’m in this school where the kids didn’t fuck around, my parents had no idea with this school I went to. This Puerto Rican kid went to CVS after school, this was before CVS came to the west coast – “Consumer Value Services,” he went to consumer value services, bought a wrench and knocked this kid in the face. I’ll never forget it, it was one of those defining moments. In 2nd grade, he took a wrench to this kid’s face and I’m like “okay, so shit is real.””—ramsey explains it all
Sean and Hayes take us through their respective journeys and share how they became two A-List it boys.
if you were in front of me i would be grabbing your shoulders until they turned red and staring you down with big crazy eyes and likely wild hair and a crooked tooth or two and screaming I DON’T KNOW HOW TO GET IT INTO YOUR HEAD HOW MUCH BETTER YOUR LIFE WILL BE IN AN HOUR AFTER YOU LISTEN TO THIS
“I once told my students to just take LSD if they wanted to see the world clearly," she says, grinning and lighting another cigarette. "You can see why I didn’t really fit in as an academic, but they still ask me to come back and teach.”—Nan Goldin, here