Star Trek Fleet Captains
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Star Trek: Fleet Captains

By On November 24, 2014

Star Trek: Fleet Captains by Mike Elliot, Bryan Kinsella and Ethan Pasternack WizKids Games, 2011 WizKids Games / Amazon   So, then, Star Trek, y’all. I loves me some Star Trek. And of… Read More


Best of 2014: Presses, Magazines, Publishers & Journals

By On November 24, 2014

Image Credit: Hercules Seghers Today begins the first of a series of “Best of 2014″ lists curated by the entire Entropy community. We don’t mean these lists to be definitive, complete, or… Read More

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“Fishing as Impenetrable Stray”— Will Alexander, the poem, and the mind of the cells

By On November 24, 2014

The Brimstone Boat by Will Alexander Rêve à Deux Press, 2012 Lulu / Amazon Perhaps I fish by carnivorous scorpion By integument as glutinous rash Breathing day after day formalistic dilation So begins the… Read More


D&D with Entropy: Lost Mine of Phandelver – Part One

By On November 23, 2014

Welcome once more to the land of Dungeons & Dragons! I am, of course, your humble, omniscient, omnipresent Dungeon Master. I’ve introduced you all to the would-be heroes, to these traveling adventurers,… Read More


Short Film of the Week: Nebula by Gobelins

By On November 22, 2014

Nebula by students from Gobelins is simply brilliant. It reminds me of being young and it reminds me of Ocarina of Time. To talk about the latter is to talk closely about my own life,… Read More

Current Events

[Title Withheld Pending Naming Rights Negotiations]

By On November 21, 2014

News Item: Land Rover, the British automobile concern, commissions noted author William Boyd to produce a 18,000 word novella prominently featuring its vehicles. I turned on the [Brand Name withheld until naming… Read More

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Flash Portraits of Link: Part 1 – The Boy without a Fairy

By On November 21, 2014

You ride into the sunrise on horseback; an unexpected hero does unexpected things. You start in a dream, in darkness, alone and cold. You have visions and premonitions of flying lights, wings,… Read More

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Ursula K. Le Guin at the National Book Awards

By On November 20, 2014

I rejoice in accepting [this beautiful award] for and sharing it with all the writers who were excluded from literature for so long — my fellow authors of fantasy and science fiction, writers… Read More


Mario Bellatin’s Flowers & Mishima’s Illustrated Biography

By On November 20, 2014

Flowers & Mishima’s Illustrated Biography by Mario Bellatin Translated by Kolin Jordan 7Vientos, 2014 7Vientos / Amazon Among the Latin American avant-garde to arrive recently into English, one of the strangest, most compelling… Read More


What How & With Whom: Two Questions for Amy Catanzano

By On November 20, 2014

  Welcome to my new micro-interview series, which focuses on recent releases that I’ve found noteworthy. Past entries are archived here. In this series I’m asking writers to respond to the two questions I most… Read More

from The Daybooks, poetry by Jessica Smith

Poetry from Jessica Smith

By On November 20, 2014

        JESSICA SMITH Founding Editor of Foursquare and name magazines, serves as the Librarian for Indian Springs School, where she curates the Indian Springs School Visiting Writers Series. A native… Read More


Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On November 19, 2014

Image Credit: ShinobiHolmes via Reddit Oxford Dictionary‘s word of the year (NPR, 11/17) How to write a screenplay (Electric Literature, 11/17) Adenture Time meets Batman (io9, 11/17) Goldfish teabags are horrifying and… Read More


Cinema of the Present

By On November 19, 2014

Cinema of the Present by Lisa Robertson Coach House Books, October 2014 Amazon / Coach House Books Lisa Robertson’s works inhabit the charged space between poetic intricacy and essayistic inquiry. A slight… Read More