Meow meow. Yesterday was our 2 month mark. Pretty exciting right? We’re always doing exciting stuff over here.
For example, Michael J Seidlinger and Kyle Muntz lived in an airport for two days for the release of Michael’s book, The Fun We’ve Had. Here’s a recent review of the book on Fanzine. Plus, follow some of the madness: #funwevehad
Check out this playlist Megan Milks put together for her book Kill Marguerite at Largehearted Boy.
Byron Campbell has a new review of card game The Agents at Nerd Span.
Rhys Nixon’s new book It’s No Big Deal, I Don’t Mind was just released and is available here.
And Janice Lee is curating a series called Summer Reads over at HTMLGIANT. So far, Summer Reads by Juliet Escoria, Janey Smith, and Joseph Riippi. (Ummm. Total coincidence that all those names start with J.)
Meow meow. Stuff happenings all over the interwebz.
Applications for Write a House program in Detroit are open now.
Witchmarsh – Really stunning looking game. Support it now on Kickstarter.
Awesome Tumblr, recommended by Quincy Rhoads: Moments in Horror
Disneyland’s original prospectus revealed! (BoingBoing, 5/20)
Galactic positioning system: Do you know where you are in the Milky Way? (Aeon Magazine, 5/20)
Meet LOLCats’ Ancestors (FastCo.Design, 5/19)
Renee Gladman and the New Narrative by Virginia Konchan (Jacket2, 5/19)
The Best Quotes from Louis C.K.’s Charlie Rose Interview (Flavorwire, 5/19)
Slightly More Than 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism (The Atlantic, 5/19)
The Burrito: A Brief History by Angela Morales (Hobart, 5/19)
Eve Ensler on How Trauma Makes Us Leave Our Bodies and Disconnect from Ourselves (Brain Pickings, 5/19)
Neurogames are Ready to Take Flight — Expect a Breakout Year Ahead (Singularity Hub, 5/18)
Can the Japanese Digital Pop Star Hatsune Miku Cross Over in the West? (Pitchfork, 5/16)
Animal Loneliness: An Interview With Norwegian Comics Star Jason (Buzzfeed, 5/16)
A Short History of Game Panics (BoingBoing, 5/15)
Underappreciated Masterpieces: Javier Marías’s ‘Dark Back of Time’ by Blake Butler (Vice, 5/15)
Poetry, Northern/Southern Border, Part II by Hoa Nguyen (Harriet, 5/15)
What Do Animals See in a Mirror? (Nautilus, 5/15)
How to Learn to Love Your Doppleganger (Nautilus, 5/15)
Entranced by Reality A Life Worth Living: Albert Camus and the Quest for Meaning (The American Conservative, 5/15)
U+F+O+L+A+N+G+U+A+G+E by Amy Catanzano (Jacket2, 5/14)
The Rise of Nintendo: A Story in 8 Bits (Grantland, 5/14)
Dispelling the Myth of the Poet: Why All Writers Should Defend Their Craft (Huffington Post, 5/14)
Charles Bernstein on Just the Station of Gins & Arakawa (Harriet, 5/13)