187783_325354873993_331296_n
Small Press

Wave Books

By On April 24, 2015

It’s fantastic to have so many readers enthusiastic about poetry and about physical/print books. We have many people writing to us, wanting to visit, wanting to work in our office, inviting our… Read More

Lemon TEC
Food

The Entropy Cookbook: Apocalypse Lemon Pie

By On April 24, 2015

By Andrea Lambert   Adapted from The Joy of Cooking.   Pick 4 lemons from the tree next to the oak that holds your treehouse. Post-apocalypse, the aliens took all the technology… Read More

race_for_atlantis_inks (1)
Art

The New Comics: Joe DellaGatta

By On April 23, 2015

“The Diver: Race for Atlantis” (excerpt) JOE DELLAGATTA is a freelance illustrator from a city just north of Boston. He tweets @JoeDellaGatta, and posts both new work and works in progress on Tumblr,… Read More

Getting_Lit_with_Slaughter
Interview

Getting Lit: Round 5 with xTx

By On April 23, 2015

About xTx xTx is a writer living in Southern California. Her work has been published in places like The Collagist, [PANK], Hobart, The Rumpus, The Chicago Review, Smokelong Quarterly and Wigleaf. Round… Read More

_1
Creative Nonfiction

The Birds: In Bird Years

By On April 22, 2015

I have always been drawn to the unapologetic power of the owl. I wanted the independence of their existence, the solitude of their nights, and their mythology of knowledge – macabre and… Read More

text
Random

Wednesday Entropy Roundup

By On April 22, 2015

Feature image via Reddit Look at these tiny Ant-Man billboards. (Nerdist, 4/21) Awesome genre-benders (Flavorwire, 4/8) Timmy Reed is anti-hoverboard. (Ball Ball Ball Ball, 4/17) Matthew Rohrer, Carola Dibbell, and 14 other awesome books out this… Read More

TEC French onion Image
Food

The Entropy Cookbook: French Onion Soup

By On April 22, 2015

by Emma Laperruque   You can only ignore onions so long. Take out the torn fishnet bag and grab five. They’re as small as lemons or plums or tiny apples you find… Read More

collab-novel
Fiction

Their Days Are Numbered XVI

By On April 21, 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

FP_logo_red_circular
Small Press

Futurepoem

By On April 21, 2015

This is the thirty-sixth in Entropy’s small press interview series, where we ask editors about their origins, their mission, and what it’s like to run a press. Find the other interviews from this series… Read More

bird painting
Creative Nonfiction

The Birds: The Wren / The Finches

By On April 20, 2015

The Wren “He who hurt the little wren, shall never be loved by men.” – William Blake   It weighed as much as two nickels. It’s spirit even less. Yet, there was… Read More

bras
Art

#AndNow2015: The BOOK of PRACTICAL PUSSIES

By On April 20, 2015

by Kevin Killian As presented at #AndNow2015 as part of the Pressing Tender Buttons @ 25 and 100 Panel.   I like to explore the intersections between parallel lines of development so… Read More

CS564419-01A-BIG
Music

Jerry Paper – Carousel

By On April 19, 2015

Beach Boys meets The Residents, Jerry Paper’s “Carousel” takes these different worlds and effortlessly brings them together. The two bands did a lot to define pop music. For the Beach Boys, underneath… Read More

Screen Shot 2015-04-18 at 5.47.18 PM
List

Sunday List: Our Favorite Sentences

By On April 19, 2015

I’ve known for years that I should read Anne Carson, and I’ve known that once I did, I’d probably love her. I am slow to read the books I should have read,… Read More

Screen Shot 2015-04-14 at 12.40.40 PM
Creative Nonfiction

At the Red Light

By On April 17, 2015

Introduction   “I can’t feel my arms, where are my arms?”   “Is she alive? Am I awake?”   “Okay, remember it’s just a dream. My legs are still there.”   “Fuck.”… Read More