Being A Poet – Comics

By On August 22, 2014

It’s Friday. And maybe you’re a poet. Sorry. Just kidding. Or not. Here are some smiles before the weekend: 10 comics on the woes, or joys, of being a poet. 1) How… Read More


I Don’t Know Do You

By On August 21, 2014

Roberto Montes’s debut collection of poetry, I Don’t Know Do You (IDKDY), is a book of declarations. The collection’s central grammar is declarative. Its central conflict is colonization (wartime declarations). The central… Read More

Silent Hill

Silent Hill: Biography of a Place

By On August 21, 2014

At first, I thought I was losing my mind. But now I know I’m not. It’s not me. This whole town…it’s being invaded by the Otherworld. A world of someone’s nightmarish delusions come to life. In… Read More

Current Events

Ferguson, Missouri: Links of Interest

By On August 20, 2014

Image Credit: The Truth About Guns By now you’ve already been hearing all about what’s been happening in Ferguson via all the major media outlets including major news channels, blogs, Facebook, and… Read More


Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On August 20, 2014

Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus Ryan Boyd reviews Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon at Nerdbacon. Byron Campbell reviews Galaxy Defenders. Nicholas Grider offers writing advice at The Story Prize blog. Gabino Iglesias on… Read More


The Concept World Is No Longer Operational Vol. VI

By On August 19, 2014

On Hopelessness, Simulation, Superintelligence     I.   Some form of the Simulation Hypothesis has been around for a long time. It’s the idea that we might be in a simulation. The… Read More


The Poetics of Spaces: Inyo National Forest & Outward

By On August 19, 2014

Here is the perspective here: nothing else matters. An encounter at such a high altitude: more than breath, breathing. A different kind of breath. Looser. Tighter. Here to witness the breath-taking mountains,… Read More

Video Games

Guns in Games, Interfacing firearms and their usage, and its potential effects on perception.

By On August 18, 2014

Discussing the presence of guns in games can be rather ridiculous since they are already so seemingly pervasive and central to the medium. When examining particular games, it’s almost a given that… Read More

Mrs. Doubtfire

Mrs. Doubtfire: The Nanny Who Raised Me

By On August 18, 2014

For those of us in our 20s and 30s, the death of Robin Williams felt like the death of a childhood. In the city of Los Angeles, where I reside, there was… Read More


The Weird Interview: David James Keaton

By On August 18, 2014

I’ll be honest: I hadn’t heard much about David James Keaton until his collection Fish Bites Cop! landed on my doorstep. Three stories later, I was Googling him (I know, that sounds… Read More


Sunday Entropy List: Favorite Interviews

By On August 17, 2014

Whether it’s surliness, awkwardness, or a rare meeting of minds, any number of qualities can make an interview great. Here are some of our favorites. – Megan Milks: 1) Two of my favorite interview… Read More


Short Film of the Week: This Way Up by Smith & Foulkes

By On August 16, 2014

This Way Up by Smith & Foulkes is an Academy Award nominated short film. Too few of these are readily available to the public. Anyrate, we follow two men trying to simply… Read More



By On August 15, 2014

Over at Everyday Genius hot tamale Michael Seidlinger has been flashing us with some works-in-progress by a variety of writers, which made me think about the genre “Works-In-Progress” in general, its authors… Read More