Here’s what your Entopy-ers have been up to:
Entropy got a shout out from Poetry Foundation!
Read Berit Ellingsen’s “Vessel and Solsvart” in Birkensnake 6.
Gabino Iglesias, J. David Osborne, and Michael J. Seidlinger share their summer reads at Bizarro Central.
And Dennis Cooper loves contributing editor Kyle Muntz’s Green Lights!
Edward J. Rathke is in the fourth anniversary issue of A-Minor Magazine.
Michael J. Seidlinger writes about his stay in an airport at Electric Literature.
Dennis James Sweeney’s story “Deer” is included in The Wigleaf Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions of 2014.
Scruffy link herder!
Star Wars: Kitbashed
1000 great graphic novels–get to reading.
Apple’s 80’s prototypes are charming!
The new online issue of Barrelhouse is all about wrestling.
Powell’s Books weighs in on the best story collections of the 21st century.
The Telegraph talks about the rise of the short story.
Ken Baumann is maintaining a list of indie bookstores that stock indie lit.
Blake Butler talks about the need for Alzheimer’s funding.
Arthur Chu writes about the intersection of nerd culture and misogyny.
Cory Doctorow writes about “digital natives” and their internet privacy.
Nikola Tesla’s spirit radio
There be dragons in the new D&D (i09, 5/31)
Jeff VanderMeer on his influences (Huffington Post, 5/27)
Edward Gorey-esque video game deaths (io9, 5/29)
Faking cultural literacy(The New York Times, 5/24)
Why professors think trigger warnings are flawed (Inside Higher Ed, 5/29)
A tiny letter service! (Boing Boing, 5/27)
Portraits of booksellers (Boing Boing, 5/27)
Highbrow beach reads (Flavorwire, 5/28)
Why Horror is Good For You and Your Kids (Tor, 5/29)
Neil Gaiman’s teenage comics (BuzzFeed, 5/28)
If Mobile Games Had Vintage Covers (Dorkly, 5/28)
Famous World War I Battle Sites A Century Later (io9, 5/26)