Will Alexander has poetry up at Jacket2.
Ryan Boyd and friends have a podcast on classic wrestling.
Christopher Higgs interviews Dodie Bellamy for The Paris Review.
Gabino Iglesias reviews The Fun We’ve Had.
Bookslut reviewed Peter Tieryas Liu’s Bald New World.
Dogs and SF go hand-in-hand (Electric Literature , 8/4)
Disection of the word “xenomorph” (Ars Technica, 8/2)
Pop culture as children’s books (ShortList, 7/30)
The history of bookplates (Archives of American Art, 7/21)
Why doodle? (Co.design, 8/4)
“The Tough Realities Behind Vinyl’s Comeback” (Pitchfork, 7/28)
New poetry by Beach Sloth (Dig That Book Co., 8/1)
Lev Grossman on “How Not to Write Your First Novel.” (Buzzfeed Books, 8/5)
Stephen Graham Jones on Wer. (DemonTheory, 7/30)
David Lynch revisits Twin Peaks. (USAToday, 8/1)
Thomas Pynchon isn’t for everyone. (Biblioklept, 5/8)
A feminist reading of Pretty Deadly (Feminine Inquiry, 7/30)
Se7en in 8-bit. (Sploid, 8/5)