By The Illiterate Review

"Yes, I said yes, I will have another drink." — James Joyce

"Make it a rule never to give a man a drink you would not drink yourself." — George Bernard Shaw

"Once the drunk of Narnia, always the drunk of Narnia." — C. S. Lewis

"The only way to get rid of temptation is to drink to it." — Oscar Wilde

"May you live all the days of your lives drunk." — Jonathan Swift

"Let's go." "We can't." "Why not?" "We're waiting for pinot." — Samuel Beckett

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of Bacardi 151." — W. B. Yeats (Disclaimer: There is no record of W. B. ever saying this.)

The Illiterate Review, the Brooklyn baby of Madeline Gobbo (illustrations) and Angela Melamud (words), was born via text on Valentine's Day 2014. It hopes to become some sort of blog thing, but is currently still on the bottle.


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