You know. People at Entropy sort of kick ass. Just sayin’.
Peter Tieryas Liu’s new book Bald New World is listed as one of the Best Summer Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books of 2014 by Publisher’s Weekly. Um yep.
Michael J Seidlinger’s My Pet Serial Killer first edition is now out of print.
Every book Eddy Rathke has ever written and all their awesome titles.
An excerpt of Berit Ellingsen’s new novel, Landscapes, Fragments up up at The Blue Fifth Review.
Justin Petropoulos might be coming to your town to read.
So many things happen on the internetz everyday.
Is the “Baroque” Tasteless? by Johannes Goransson (Montevidayo, 4/29)
Salvador Dalí’s Rare, Erotic Vintage Cookbook (Brain Pickings, 4/29)
What is the Necropastoral? by Joyelle McSweeney (Harriet, 4/29)
Drowning in Problems: Notch’s surprisingly moving text game (Boing Boing, 4/29)
Antología poesía visual: Five Chilean visual poets by Nico Vassikalis (Jacket2, 4/28)
The Oldest Story: Toward a Theory of a Dead Girl Show by Alice Bolin (LARB, 4/28)
Playful 8-Bit Versions of Studio Ghibli Characters (Flavorwire, 4/26)
Absurd Urban Dictionary Definitions of Famous Authors (Flavorwire, 4/26)
From Milton to McEwan: the beauty of metaphor (The Irish Times, 4/26)
Kafka on the Go: Rereading The Metamorphosis (The Millions, 4/25)
The Beasts Inside The Hiss: My Ghostwriters Were Drugs (Buzzfeed, 4/25)
There’s hidden beauty in abandoned World Of Warcraft cities (AV Club, 4/24)
Ants Swarm Like Brains Think (Nautilus, 4/24)
The Utopian Origins of Restroom Symbols (The Atlantic, 4/24)
New Andy Warhol Paintings Found On Old Floppy Disks (FastCoDesign, 4/24)
Imagined Objects By Lynn Xu (Harriet, 4/24)
Into the Field: Steve Roggenbuck hosted by Stephen McLaughlin (Jacket2, 4/23)
How science fiction influences thinking about the future (Boing Boing, 4/23)
Some Books Can Watch You Read Them by Blake Butler (Vice, 4/23)
IN OTHER EDENS: On Amanda Ackerman’s The Book of Feral Flora By Divya Victor (Harriet, 4/23)
Susan Sontag on Beauty vs. Interestingness (Brain Pickings, 4/22)
Rumors of the Stars: Why would a poet try to immortalize gossip? (Harriet, 4/22)
‘Harry Potter’ Reimagined as a 1980s Cyberpunk Anime (Laughing Squid, 4/22)
Kowloon Walled City Interactive Feature (Wall Street Journal)
Amazingness From the Past: Alien Daughters Walk Into the Sun (Jackie Wang’s presentation (via Skype) for the Colored Bitches in a White Boy World: Innovative Others and Identity Aesthetics panel which was presented at &Now Boulder on 9/27/13) (The Brooklyn Rail)