Tuesday, November 12, 2013


Dancing in the Glory of Monsters.

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The Straight Dope.

"The GIFs and images used in the two reviews are, like the vast majority of visual elements cropping up in reviews and other critical discussions online, reaction GIFs: looped clips taken from commercially produced film and television, often featuring popular actors such as Emma Stone or Jennifer Lawrence rolling their eyes, gaping in astonishment, jumping with glee, shrugging their shoulders." --Laura Miller on Salon (via)

Nivola. " The most famous passage of the novel occurs towards the end when the principal character decides to confront the real author, Miguel de Unamuno, to ask for advice about his destiny. The encounter degenerates into a confrontation in which the author decides to kill his character..."

Round Trip to Hell in a Flying Saucer.

Breaking News: Life Found on Titan.

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"Fan fiction is the first native literary form of the network."

"Read an Afro-Celtic post-Roman icepunk Regency fantasy adventure with airships, Phoenician spies, the intelligent descendents of troodons, and a dash of steampunk..." caught my eye.

Bardo Pond does "Maggot Brain"--right?

Der morgige Tag ist mein.

Seapunk, icepunk, slimepunk. (The latter already has representation on Etsy, while the former has even attracted the attention of the New York Times...)



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