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Small Press

Anomalous Press

By On February 27, 2015

Well, something I love about Anomalous: it's not just out for experimental writing (which is more and more my aesthetics), or essays about the Icelandic penis museum, or e-lit. It's a home… Read More

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Creative Nonfiction

By Faith, the Eyes Stay Open, Part 1

By On February 26, 2015

for Marcus Castro       Part I: Relaxing This Bent of Mind     We led our lives / or they led us, and how would we know which? —William Matthews… Read More

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Film

30 Years of Ghibli: Pom Poko

By On February 26, 2015

2015 is the 30th anniversary of the founding of Studio Ghibli and, according to Hayao Miyazaki, it may also be one of its final years as a studio. Because this is one… Read More

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Literature

Against the Virginal Cosmos: Eilbert’s And I Shall Again Be Virtuous as Creation Myth

By On February 26, 2015

And I Shall Again Be Virtuous by Natalie Eilbert Big Lucks, December 2014 44 pages – Big Lucks When we die, our bodies become not our own, become fragments of minerals, become dirt/dust/decay.… Read More

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Literature

Poetry from Bruce Covey

By On February 26, 2015

  Sonnet: Inflammation Sometimes someone gets cut & the wound blossoms From infection. There are so many germs & bacteria— Enough to go crazy, at least. I’m lucky not to be afraid… Read More

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Film

This Week in FIlm #8: Birdman

By On February 25, 2015

Doing something a bit different this week. Rather than simply recap everything I watched this week, I’ve decided to devote the whole article to a single film. I think I’ll do this… Read More

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Board Games

Lords of Waterdeep in Conversation

By On February 25, 2015

Lords of Waterdeep by Peter Lee and Rodney Thompson Wizards of the Coast, 2012 Wizards of the Coast / Amazon / iOS The following conversation took place between Entropy editor Byron Alexander Campbell… Read More

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Literature

The Nutty Professor

By On February 25, 2015

The campus novel is generally a stage for the careering intrigues of petit bourgeoisie; often to hilarious and devastating ends (Stoner, Pnin, The Groves of Academe). Yet every once and while, the… Read More

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Random

Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On February 25, 2015

Feature image via Panels What Birdman says about short stories (Electric Literature, 11/1/14) Blake Butler in Dark Fucking Wizard Leesa Cross-Smith on Vikings (Real Pants, 2/16) 600+ Philip K. Dick book covers… Read More

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Food

On Softness

By On February 25, 2015

Just as my dream closet is filled with plush velvet and faux fur, so is my dream pantry stocked with gelatins and emulsifiers. There is something so pleasing and feminine about decadent,… Read More

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Literature

Whipping Boy by Allen Kurzweil

By On February 24, 2015

Whipping Boy: The Forty-Year Search for My Twelve-Year-Old Bully Harper Collins, January 2015 309 Pages – Harper Collins / Amazon Who hasn’t fantasized about running into your childhood nemesis again, when you have… Read More

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Small Press

Octopus Books

By On February 24, 2015

We see ourselves as a little corner of the conversation, as a place to forward innovative, smart, new poetry into the hands of readers. We only exist because we feel like we… Read More

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Fiction

Their Days Are Numbered VIII

By On February 24, 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

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Art

New Notables (v.1): Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson, Sarah Gerard

By On February 23, 2015

  Perhaps, Iggy Azalea. Perhaps. On the other hand, because of the internet I am able to learn about new notable books by exciting writers like Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson, and Sarah… Read More