Updates & shizzle:
To honor National Poetry Month, Contributor Robert Vaughan selects a new poem each day in April, records the poem, then uploads to Youtube, and blogs about the poet/ poem, or life at www.robert-vaughan.com (see also Robert Vaughan – YouTube).
You can win a copy of Michael J. Seidlinger’s The Fun We’ve Had before it comes out in May from Lazy Fascist Press.
Hey ho, what to read yo. Entropy’s got this week’s links right here:
The April 2014 issue of Words Without Borders features writing from South Korea.
Avant-Garde Cooptation By David Lau (Harriet, 4/7)
How Zombies Help Siemens Design Disaster-Proof Cities (Fastcodesign, 4/7)
The mathematical world (Aeon Magazine, 4/7)
The light of this An itinerant essay around a reading of ‘The Gorgeous Nothings’ by Linda Russo (Jacket2, 4/7)
Two Photographic Studies for a Long Walk: “Making a Triangle” and “In Berlin” by Joshua Edwards (LARB, 4/6)
Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, researchers say (Washington Post, 4/6)
Devil in the Room: A short film about sleep paralysis (Aeon Magazine)
Math’s Beautiful Monsters (Nautilus, 4/3)
Neurocomic: A Graphic Novel About How the Brain Works (Brain Pickings, 4/2)
15 Short Stories You Can Read in Under 15 Minutes (Flavorwire, 4/2)