What’s going on with some of the Entropy staff.
Read a great review of Peter Tieryas Liu’s Bald New World in The Hairsplitter.
Lots of links!
The Volta Book of Poets featuring 50 poets, edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson (IndieGogo Campaign!!)
Super Mario-‘Game Of Thrones’ Opening Sequence Mashup Is 8-Bit Perfection (Huffington Post, 5/13)
12 Writers On The Women Authors Who Inspired Them (Buzzfeed, 5/12)
How World of Warcraft Might Help Head off the Next Pandemic (Nautilus, 5/9)
David Lynch on Where Ideas Come From and the Fragmentary Nature of Creativity (Brain Pickings, 5/9)
What game would you speedrun? (AV Club, 5/8)
Lynne Tillman on What to Say When People Ask You Why You Write or Make Art (Brain Pickings, 5/8)
Open Eyes, Open Space (Harriet, 5/8)
Collecting Art, Without Knowing What Kind of Art You’re Collecting (The Atlantic, 5/8)
If Walt Whitman Vlogged Posted by Kenneth Goldsmith (The New Yorker, 5/7)
Vincent van Gogh on Art and the Power of Love in Letters to His Brother (Brain Pickings, 5/7)
Photographs of Superheroes Contemplating Their Existence in Nature (Flavorwire, 5/7)
I still love Kierkegaard by Julian Baggini (Aeon Magazine, 5/6)
Read 15 Free eBooks on New Media Studies & the Digital Humanities (Open Culture, 5/6)
How Creativity Could Save Humanity (The Atlantic, 5/6)
Phineas Gage, Neuroscience’s Most Famous Patient (Slate, 5/6)
Godzilla and the age of atomic anxiety (The Dissolve, 5/6)