ListRandom Writers & Their Pets written by Entropy June 12, 2014 Famous writers with their non-human best friends. Because pets are the best. William S. Burroughs and Ginger Virginia Woolf and Pinka E.B. White and Minnie Raymond Chandler and Taki Ernest Hemingway and cat Flannery O’Conner and peacock Edith Wharton and pups John Steinbeck and Charley Dorothy Parker and Misty Robert Pole and Tavi Kurt Vonnegut and Pumpkin Mark Twain and kitten William Faulkner and dogs Tennessee Williams and Sabbath Maurice Sendak and Herman Stephen King and Marlowe Jean-Paul Satre and Nothing Haruki Murakami and Kafka Truman Capote and dog John Cheever and dogs Samuel Beckett with Murphy and Watt James Rollins with Duncan and Echo Laura Caldwell and Shafer William Faulkner and Feists Gertrude Stein and Basket Amy Hempel and Wanita Edward Albee and Poochi Donna Tartt and Pongo Amy Tan and Bubba Zo Ezra Pound and cats Georgia O’Keeffe and her Chow Allen Ginsburg and cat Don Delillo and cat Neil Gaiman and cat William Carlos Williams and kittens Ezra Pound and dogs Julio Cortazar and Theodor W. Adorno & Entropy peeps with their pets. Janice Lee and Benny David S. Atkinson wth Queen Tiy, Princess Sitamun, and Oscar Colen Cohen and Margot Berit Ellingsen and Dotty Rhys Nixon and Charlie Byron Alexander Campbell and Jimi Eddy Rathke (invisible) and Lily Gaby Torres Olivares with Tolstoi and Herzog Writers & Their Pets was last modified: July 12th, 2014 by Entropy catsdogspets 3 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Entropy A new website featuring literary & non-literary content. A website that seeks to engage with the literary community, that becomes its own community, and creates a space for literary & non-literary ideas. About Entropy previous post #SUMMERSTUFF: Gaby Torres Olivares next post Paper, Rock, Whiskey: Jamie Vayda’s Grotesque Comix You may also like Wednesday Entropy Roundup September 7, 2016 Why Twitter Poetry Matters May 13, 2014 The Books That Have Devastated Us September 21, 2015 30 Facts About Languages October 10, 2014 Quincy Rhoads Benny is the best. But Lily and Pongo are close contenders. Byron Campbell Benny and Janice seem like the perfect personality match, but I also like WCW and kittens. Sartre, Stein and Murakami chose some great names for their animal friends. Alex Kalamaroff This is the perfect mix of literature and adorableness, which makes me want to adopt something fuzzy and then read Proust to it.