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Poetry

The Birds: Left Behind: Avians of Louisiana

By On February 8, 2016

Passenger pigeon Thick as locusts, russet and gray fliers, “the birds poured in in countless multitudes.” Voracious migrants “wandering about,” eating, consuming everything, beechnuts, acorns, chestnuts. Blueberries, grapes, cherries, mulberries, poke berries,… Read More

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Literature

Sunday List: What We’re Reading

By On February 7, 2016

Wondering what to read next? We asked Entropy contributors for some recent book recommendations. Marty Cain This Blue Novel by Valerie Mejer Caso. Also, Frankenstein. Kina Viola Rachel Levy’s A Book So Red.… Read More

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Travel

Notes from Malta: The Premonitions

By On February 6, 2016

The guppies flap in the yellow water. Their mouths suck at the surface. They suffocate. Too many fish, too small of a bowl, even though it was beautiful at first like the… Read More

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Review

Review of Zodiac by Moikom Zeqo

By On February 5, 2016

Zodiac by Moikom Zeqo Translated by Anastas Kapurgani and Wayne Miller Zephyr Press, 2015 144 pages – Zephyr / Amazon   To talk about Zodiac, a new collection from Albanian poet Moikom Zeqo,… Read More

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Review

There Is No Third Impact: Episode Four

By On February 4, 2016

This year at Entropy we’ll be rewatching the legendary Neon Genesis Evangelion. Join us on this tremendous journey through one of the best television series ever made. Intro Episode One Episode Two Episode Three… Read More

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Review

What Belongs to You by Garth Greenwell

By On February 4, 2016

What Belongs to You by Garth Greenwell Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016 208 pages – FSG / Amazon   In a 2016 interview with The Paris Review Daily, Garth Greenwell reveals that… Read More

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Creative Nonfiction

My Aunt Marge, 2016

By On February 4, 2016

On January 16, 1951, I lost someone I never knew about. The reason was because my family never spoke of her. Her name was Marguerite Martinez and she was my father’s aunt.… Read More

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Random

Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On February 3, 2016

Feature image by @darth via Buzzfeed Are you reading Winter Tangerine? This shit will change your life. Check out the So Sad Today book trailer. (Nylon, 2/1) Secret Netflix codes (Uproxx, 1/8) Step up… Read More

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Food

Dinnerview: Kathleen Ossip

By On February 3, 2016

Kathleen Ossip is the author of The Do-Over, a New York Times Editors’ Choice; The Cold War, which was one of Publishers Weekly’s best books of 2011; The Search Engine, which was selected by Derek Walcott for the American Poetry… Read More

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Podcasts

Podcast-philia: Welcome and Limetown

By On February 3, 2016

And Now… As of this writing, there are some 115,000 podcasts available for download. The exponential growth of the medium is due, I suspect, to relatively inexpensive production costs, as well as… Read More

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Small Press

Scrambler Books

By On February 2, 2016

I basically started Scrambler because I have always like to read and write. In college I was influenced and read a lot about the history of publishing and especially how independent publishers… Read More

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Poetry

Birdwolf V

By On February 2, 2016

Birdwolf is a new year-long project authored by the collective Entropy community. It is a collaborative online epic poem written by the Entropy community on a weekly basis. A different author will… Read More

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Interview

Electronic Literature in 2016: Definitions, Trends, Preservation, and Projections

By On February 1, 2016

Pronouncing poetry dead has become so common, it’s basically a literary tradition at this point. Somewhere this very moment, a tired thinkpiece writer is proudly typing the eulogy, eager to note the… Read More

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Where to Submit

Where to Submit: February + March

By On February 1, 2016

We swear to you, spring will be here soon. In the meantime: sow some seeds, send some work out, and maybe you’ll have flowers in the spring. Or potatoes. Or a floating… Read More