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Entrofeed

T-Pain MINUS the Auto-Tune Sounds Pretty Damn Good

By On October 30, 2014

T-Pain is probably most well-known for his utilization of the Auto-Tune effect in hits music, it’s even often listed as his main “instrument.” But check out this pretty mind-blowing NPR Tiny Desk… Read More

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Interview

YOU MAKE ME FEEL #5: LUCAS DE LIMA

By On October 30, 2014

This interview is part of a series that seeks to move queer inspiration in the present to the forefront of a conversation on what makes us want to live. Who amongst our… Read More

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Film

Five Monster Movies That Aren’t Really About the Monsters

By On October 30, 2014

The title is misleading; as all fans of the horror genre know, it’s never really about the monsters. Whether it’s George Romero’s living dead thronging the malls in a display of vapid consumerism,… Read More

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Creative Nonfiction

A Year to the Day: On Coltrane’s A Love Supreme

By On October 30, 2014

Image Credit: Martin Johnson Heade – Passion Flowers and Hummingbirds “All gladness, dear Nelly, all light!”—Paul Celan, entire last letter to Nelly Sachs before suicide I’m a lilac thief. For the blue… Read More

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Random

Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On October 29, 2014

Image credit: Via realhousedesign.com Every “Treehouse of Horror” episode ranked (PopWatch, 10/18) The world is a horrifying place. (Buzzfeed, 10/22) The history of the Ouija board. (Smithsonian, 10/27) Charlie Jane Andrews gives… Read More

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Craft

NOTES FROM AN INTERVIEW WITH DOTTIE LASKY THAT NEVER TOOK PLACE ABOUT HER BOOK THUNDERBIRD

By On October 29, 2014

When I was younger, under 7 years of age, I didn’t understand what the big deal was about death. When you died, you wouldn’t know you were dead, so you wouldn’t be… Read More

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Creative Nonfiction

The Poetics of Space: Outer Space

By On October 29, 2014

I don’t know. No, it’s a long story. I tried to leave but couldn’t. Somehow, I found the motivation. Not everyone will be taken into the future, but everything depends on it.… Read More

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Literature

Simulacra and Simulation

By On October 28, 2014

Simulacra and Simulation by Jean Baudrillard Translated by Sheila Faria Glaser University of Michigan Press, 1994 Originally Published in French in 1981 UofM Press / Amazon This is not an easy book to read,… Read More

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Interactive Literature

When machines surprise us, we treat them as mystic idols: An Interview with Jacob Bakkila

By On October 28, 2014

  In his 1939 adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, Victor Flemming portrays “The Great and Powerful Wizard” as a mystical and towering nonhuman life form, a giant green head hovering over… Read More

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Entrofeed

Zombies VS. Vultures. Round 1

By On October 27, 2014

David Mizejewski with the National Wildlife Federation offers an explanation as to zombies would lose the war against birds, and specifically zombies: “Many birds feed themselves by scavenging on dead things. A… Read More

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Music

An Album from the Attic: A Review of The Ape X Demo by Miquel Mouré

By On October 27, 2014

Recorded in a span of four or five days in a Georgia attic, Miquel Mouré exploded into existence with The Ape X Demo—a collection of four cynical pop songs that will somehow… Read More

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Board Games

D&D: Entropy Style: An Introduction

By On October 26, 2014

Welcome to the world of Dungeons and Dragons. Though this is my first time entering this vast multiverse of fantasy, horror, and monstrosities, I shall be your guide, and you’ll learn with… Read More

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Comics

Creppy Comix

By On October 25, 2014

Image via kissing–razorss.tumblr.com Any time is a good time for horror/horrific comic books, but October and Halloween are especially good times for reading about ghosts, ghouls, and the like. Here are some… Read More