Wednesday, June 18, 2008

when you're gone

Force, hatred, history, all that. That's not life for men and women, insult and hatred. And everybody knows that it's the very opposite of that that is really life.
What? says Alf.
Love, says Bloom. I mean the opposite of hatred.
from Ulysses by James Joyce

to see a few snaps of the bloomsday celebration held on monday at visible voice books in tremont check out my flickr set here.

the cranberries perform when you're gone(1996)

photo: patio at visible voice books in tremont, 16 june 2008.


randeep said...

Love this picture! Also, what did I see pop up on your margin the other day but "The Way the Crow Flies," A.M. MacDonald's other book!

d. chedwick said...

Love these women--great pic! I love how you got the back of the neck of the lady on the right.

Lee's River said...

yes and I checked your flickr pictures and must say yes those ladies they did Molly proud they did what with the bloomin hats and all? yes, most definitely a fine moment it was and I thank you for recording it down for the posterity that is to come, yes I do.

Dan Wayne Sims said...

How long was the reading?

Coffee Messiah said...

Nicely done and your first few words tell it all.

Cheers from next door, sort of! ; )

mouse (aka kimy) said...

randeep - alas although great I abandoned 'the way the crow flies' for the time being.... just tooooo long for now (800+ pages)

ched - I know...I loved the back view of this lady and the hats!

lee - merci!

dan - the reading was three hours long 3 -6! with a brief 10 minute potty break

coffee - thanks for dropping in. see you around!