Entropy’s got some things happening. Yeahz we do.
Asexualities: Feminist and Queer Perspectives, edited by Contributing Editor Megan Milks & Karli June Cerankowski just came out this week from Routledge.
Contributing Editor Eddy Rathke is doing a special promotion for his new book Twilight of the Wolves for the month of April. Check it out!
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And some cool links from around the interwebz this week that magnify the spirit of Entropy:
AUTO-HAGIOGRAPHIC TRAVELOGUE WITH DORITOS: On Feliz Lucia Molina’s UNDERCASTLE by Divya Victor (Harriet, 4/1)
Into motions and relations: metonic cycles with Myung Mi Kim by Sueyeun Juliette Lee (Jacket2, 3/29)
Samuel Beckett story to be published 80 years after it was rejected (The Guardian, 3/29)
A Photographic Exploration Of The Oldest Living Things In The World (Huffington Post, 3/27)
Anyone Who Isn’t Dead Is a Witch by Blake Butler (Vice, 3/26)
Wake Up For The First Time Again, Joyelle McSweeney on Kafka’s Metamorphosis (Fanzine, 3/26)
Frank Lima, 1939–2013 by Nico Alvarado (Boston Review, 3/26)
Poetry and Action: Octavio Paz at 100 (Dissent, 3/25)
All origin stories are Newtonian, Part 2 of 2 by Amy Catazano (Jacket2, 3/23)