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Creative Nonfiction

Sans Meds: Possibilities Part #1

By On July 31, 2015

My wife and I were seated in our favorite diner. Regular booth. Regular meal ordered from a regular menu. And though it was a routine that should have left more of an… Read More

New Releases

July in Books: Small Press New Releases

By On July 31, 2015

This is the seventh installment of Entropy’s “Month in Books” feature, where we compile the past month’s small press new releases. Email if you are a press and you’d like to have upcoming releases listed… Read More

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Board Games

What is #GENCANT?

By On July 30, 2015

Feature image via For homebodies like me, convention season can be pretty hard. One can’t get online without seeing amazing cosplay 0n Instagram or getting invites to offsite readings on Facebook… Read More


A Review of Various Small Books and Then a Review of One More Small Book

By On July 30, 2015

Various Small Books: Referencing Various Small Books by Ed Ruscha Ed. By Jeff Brouws, Wendy Burton, and Hermann Zschiegner MIT Press, 2013 288 pages – MIT Press / Amazon   Suite Vénitienne by… Read More


Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On July 29, 2015

Feature image via The Brick Fan Baby-Sitter’s Club teaches life lessons. (Buzzfeed Books, 7/24) Samuel R. Delany on his earliest novels (SF Signal, 7/28) Roxane Gay writes about Sandra Bland (New York Times,… Read More


All I Have To Do Is Tell You: A Review of Amy Berkowitz’s Tender Points

By On July 29, 2015

Tender Points by Amy Berkowitz Timeless, Infinite Light, 2015 136 pages – Timeless, Infinite Light / Amazon   “When I was a music journalist,” begins Amy Berkowitz’s book-length lyric essay Tender Points, “I wrote… Read More


Dinnerview: Matt Kish

By On July 29, 2015

You probably know Matt Kish as the great illustrator of rebooted Tin House versions of classics like Moby Dick and Heart of Darkness. Kish is a self-taught artist and a university-taught librarian.… Read More

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Small Press

Rescue Press

By On July 28, 2015

We aim to remain fluid, open, human. The Rescue you see now may or may not resemble the Rescue of the future. We’re interested in work that celebrates darkness, humour, hybridity, gesture,… Read More


Their Days Are Numbered XXX

By On July 28, 2015

Their Days Are Numbered is a new year-long project authored by the collective Entropy community. It is a collaborative online novel written by the Entropy community on a weekly basis. A different… Read More


Think Tank by Julie Carr

By On July 27, 2015

Think Tank by Julie Carr Solid Objects, 2015 96 pages – Solid Objects / Amazon   “she’ll be / empty” Think Tank sloshes. Its poems are many things best understood as one thing.… Read More


Tortillitas de Manteca

By On July 27, 2015

“¿Qué estás haciendo abuelita?” “¿Puedo ayudar?” “¿Enséñame por favor?” This was our ritual, rites performed under a canopy of smoke and dust below the splendor of cerulean Mexican skies. The liturgy was… Read More


The Things I Don’t See by Nathan Holic

By On July 25, 2015

The Things I Don’t See by Nathan Holic Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2015 120 pages – Main Street Rag “You don’t know what children are capable of when your eyes are… Read More


The New Comics: SDCC Edition

By On July 23, 2015

As San Diego Comic-Con continues to prove itself the unshakable epicenter of all pop culture each summer, a common complaint is that on the convention floor, comics themselves have been pushed to the… Read More

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Eat Your Words: The Horse and His Boy

By On July 23, 2015

There’s mustard on pages 51, 52, and 53 of this copy of C. S. Lewis’s The Horse and His Boy. No doubt, at some point, you became hungry. And I would guess,… Read More