The people at Entropy stay busy. Very busy. Here’s some of what they’ve been up to.
Peter Tieryas Liu is interviewed about his new book Bald New World at Hyphen Magazine.
You can read a new story, “Sore,” by Saehee Cho, at recaps magazine.
The Transparent As Witness, Janice Lee and Will Alexander’s sold-out poetic collaboration from Solar Luxuriance, is now available as a free PDF.
Also, new work by Will Alexander in the most recent issue of Caliban.
Megan Milks is interviewed at NewcityLit about her new book Kill Marguerite.
Christine Wertheim’s newest book, mUtter-bAbel, is now available from Counterpath.
Oh hello. Yes donuts might be better, but instead we’ve got some awesome links for you. From all over the interwebz, some recommended reads.
The concrete abyss: Why solitary confinement degrades us all (Aeon Magazine, 4/16)
The time-presence prescience of Eleni Sikelianos’s Pindar (Jacket2, 4/15)
All the News We Hope to Print (Rhizome, 4/15)
Why You Never Actually Feel the Need For Speed In Video Games (Discover, 4/15)
When Zelda traded heroism for the murky morality of dreams (AV Club, 4/15)
Samuel R. Delany on Close Listening (Jacket2, 4/15)
Meet The Mysterious Folk Artist Who Spent 30 Years Painting A Mountain (Fast Co. Design, 4/14)
Build the dungeon, not the adventurer (Boing Boing, 4/14)
Dorothy Parker Reads “Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom” in a Rare 1926 Recording (Brain Pickings, 4/11)
10 Stunning Photos That Prove The Physical World Makes The Best Artistic Inspiration (Huffington Post, 4/11)
Which games don’t need a sequel? (AV Club, 4/10)
Decoding Nature’s Soundtrack (Nautilus, 4/10)
The Hilda Hilst Roundtable by Sarah Gerard (Music & Literature, 4/9)
If I Can’t Be Brain Damaged I Don’t Want to Read By Blake Butler (Vice, 4/8)
The geology of Game of Thrones (Stanford, 4/8)