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combatbrodom:

On my list of people from the Internet that I wanna meet up, have a drink and nerd out with, Katie West takes the first, second and third spot. Aside from being a wonderful photographer and a truly genuine writer, she’s also easily my favourite interviewee ever.
(I know, I know. I link to that particular interview a lot, but damn it, I’m insanely proud of it.)
This is me with her new photo book black and white and I urge everyone reading this to please buy it. It’s a really beautiful collection. 

Wayne is so great, and that was one of my favourite interviews. :)
Whenever I’m in your neck of the woods, we will hang out.

combatbrodom:

On my list of people from the Internet that I wanna meet up, have a drink and nerd out with, Katie West takes the first, second and third spot. Aside from being a wonderful photographer and a truly genuine writer, she’s also easily my favourite interviewee ever.

(I know, I know. I link to that particular interview a lot, but damn it, I’m insanely proud of it.)

This is me with her new photo book black and white and I urge everyone reading this to please buy it. It’s a really beautiful collection. 

Wayne is so great, and that was one of my favourite interviews. :)

Whenever I’m in your neck of the woods, we will hang out.

wordsandturds
wordsandturds:

holding both katie west and her new book very close to my heart.

I don’t know how to explain to you how much I adore Sara. Honestly, her tumblr is one of my absolute favourites as she writes honestly and openly about her experiences in sex, love, and life. She writes with an open mind that questions why things are the way they are, pushes readers to re-evaluate why they think and act in certain ways, laments soft and lost moments, and celebrates important things, like her great ass.

wordsandturds:

holding both katie west and her new book very close to my heart.

I don’t know how to explain to you how much I adore Sara. Honestly, her tumblr is one of my absolute favourites as she writes honestly and openly about her experiences in sex, love, and life. She writes with an open mind that questions why things are the way they are, pushes readers to re-evaluate why they think and act in certain ways, laments soft and lost moments, and celebrates important things, like her great ass.