“After breakfast I put on a long suede coat and the Jane Eberlein fur hat. The coat has deep inside pockets. Into them I put the last, folded clipping, a bundle of krone notes, Isaiah’s tape, and the letter to my father. Then I leave. The day has begun.”
Peter Hoeg, Smilla’s Sense of Snow
I am so excited to share that I am one of the contributors to the beautiful new site Undone Journal. Full of wholesome recipes, inspirational pictures and tips on how to care for yourself (and for blooms! I mean what more could you really want), it's a pretty indispensable guide for any modern gal. I'm going to be writing about books, which makes me happier than you could even guess, and my first post is up. It's about the particularly wind-swept and snow-blow style in the 1997 scandinavian crime novel Smilla's Sense of Snow. Who doesn't love long coats, big sweaters and leather leggings?