Comments about Richard Brautigan
doncucino: Cryonics is an audiovisual essay on the intersection between transhumanism and fashion. Inspired by a poem of Richard Brautigan, this try to swim in a CGI pool full of cybernetic aesthetics and some of that shit.
Film Director / Music / CGI: Diego Flores Diapolo
RobHopwood: Cryonics is an audiovisual essay on the intersection between transhumanism and fashion. Inspired by a poem of Richard Brautigan, this try to swim in a CGI pool full of cybernetic aesthetics and some of that shit.
Film Director / Music / CGI: Diego Flor…
swarmingrats: schizo: jg ballard, amos tutuola, william s. burroughs, richard brautigan
autistic: jeanette winterson, james joyce, lewis carroll, marcel proust, jane austen
depressed: david foster wallace, f. scott fitzgerald
schizo-autistic: clarice lispector
schizo-depressed: sadegh hedayat
siqintbruce: "The dead body of the giant butler had been changed into the body of a dwarf." -- Richard Brautigan, The Hawkline Monster: A Gothic Western
WurdplayWriting: Excuse me, I said. I thought you were a trout stream. I'm not, she said.
oklizzzzz: Love Poem
It's so nice
to wake up in the morning
and not have to tell somebody
you love them
when you don't love them
Happy Valentine's Day!
sherlyholmes: A poem by Richard Brautigan entitled "Please," in its entirety:
TheLovelyEggs: Every year. It’s always Richard Brautigan.
somecleverthing: I cannot believe I failed to mention Richard Brautigan. I suppose it’s easy to forget the people who impact you so much that you see them as part of yourself. An unforgivable omission. He was a singular talent.
somecleverthing: Four reasons to love Richard Brautigan. http://t.co/U8ggjmktpG
Ivan_Trubetskoy: EVERY OTHER AUTHOR: A tv interview? Great, now I'll have a forum to explain everything to everyone
RICHARD BRAUTIGAN: I will explain nothing to no one
JTSparks42: Negative Clank
He'd sell a rat's asshole
to a blindman for a wedding
TouristingOR: The Last Surprise
The last surprise is when you come
gradually to realize that nothing
surprises you any more.
jlnyng_ebooks: In my head specifically so I could call Richard Brautigan up and become a trend and/or a meme.
DeweySaunders: Reading Richard Brautigan feels like you’re on shrooms
somequotesbot: "Thinking hard about you I got on the bus and paid 30 cents car fare and asked the driver for two transfers before discovering that I wasalone." - Richard Brautigan
goodoldbus: maybe the reason I love that harry styles album so much is we both had our richard brautigan phase at 26
ellisamitylight: FIRST BOOK: The Hobbit
LAST BOOK: Swordspoint
BEST BOOK: I Capture the Castle
MOST-READ AUTHOR: Richard Brautigan
MOST SURPRISING BOOK: Bellman & Black
COMFORT BOOK: Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters
NEXT BOOK: Gideon the Ninth & How to be an Anti-Racist
spindlypete: i could go trout fishing in america WITH richard brautigan and see bob dylan and joan baez preform in a smoky dive bar and be a fly on the wall in the court of the sun king! i could help build stonehenge and invent the barometer!
RM5673389: I am not a bot! Those numbers after my initials? Richard Brautigan’s phone number! Don’t know him? LIBRARY preferred but Google ok! Read & learn!
kalxplaylist: 05:29am Trout Fishing in America - Richard Brautigan - Listening to Richard Brautigan(Harvest)
KALXNow: 05:29am "Trout Fishing in America" by Richard Brautigan
brautigan_bot: I hope that Richard Brautigan will forgive me for writing this story.(Revenge of the Lawn)
theQuietus: 'Charlotte Fuentes’s Love Is Somewhere Else - an obsession with Richard Brautigan and Bas Jan Ader became the focus of a project which documents and retraces the (final) steps of the American poet and Dutch artist'
Extravagant Bodies/ Extravagant Love
Craigaang: Trying to read a book a week this year. Will fall of the rails at some point but I just finished the first one that I properly adored from start to finish. Richard Brautigan - In Watermelon Sugar. Profoundly melancholy amidst all the surrealism. Very nice!
gigglespit: this reads like a richard brautigan poem
Namidery: 3 of 5 stars to American Dust by Richard Brautigan
Namidery: On page 52 of 110 of American Dust, by Richard Brautigan
bookpoets: “I drank coffee and read old books and waited for the year to end.”
— Richard Brautigan, Trout Fishing in America