“Virginia Woolf, in her diaries, once said that she didn’t know how anyone could read without a pencil in his hands; Anna Maria Johnson doesn’t just use a pencil, she uses lines, paint, a self-created concordance and icons to mark the patterns when she is reading.”

Anna Maria Johnson’s annotations on the pages of Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, from Numéro Cinq magazine (via Invisible Stories).

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