Our Entropy gems
HTMLGIANT called Janice Lee’s “The Poetics of Spaces” series “very excellent.”
Peter Tieryas reviewed James Brubaker’s Pilot Season at Electric Literature.
M. Kitchell is accepting submissions for the eighth issue of LIES/ISLE.
Joe Milazzo wants you to submit your work to Grimoire.
And now the holograms
A love letter to Jem.
A new Death Grips album featuring Björk just dropped!
Forty sweet SF book covers
New Wave Vomit is back!
The Hemingway App will really punch up your prose.
Speaking of Hemingway, here he is alongside eighteen other recordings of authors reading their work.
Charlie Jane Anders has a June must-read SFF list up at io9.
Matt Bell interviews Aaron Burch (Fiction Writers Review, 6/9)
Blake Butler talks about Crystal Eaters (Vice, 6/4)
Stuart Dybek on short stories centered on a single object (AV Club, 6/5)
Tasha Coryell talks to Cartridge Lit.
Juliet Escoria interviews Dennis Cooper (The Fanzine, 6/9)
Kristopher Jansma recommends we Don’t Write About Writing (Electric Literature, 6/8)
Ariel Schrag makes a mix to accompany her novel ADAM (Electric Literature, 6/2)
Nate Silver searches for America’s best burrito (Five Thirty Eight, 6/5)
Seven sad books that are NOT The Fault in Our Stars (Vulture, 6/9)
Top second-quarter indie fiction (Library Journal, 6/3)
Drunk Texts from Famous Authors (Paris Review, 6/4)
My Neighbor Totoro mashups (Dorkly, 6/6)
Liking Things is the New Black (The Fanzine, 6/5)
BaneCat (Buzzfeed, 5/5)
Thirty Alt Lit fridges (HTMLGIANT, 6/5)
Aliens in Legos (Flavorwire, 6/3)
Lego will build female scientist series (The Guardian, 6/4)
Harvard’s flesh-bound book (Gawker, 6/5)
P-Funk’s Mothership has landed. (Boing Boing, 6/5)
Best books read in May (BookRiot, 6/2)
Japan’s “anti-loneliness” cafe (CNN, 5/15)