Fans on Twitter Are Creating a New Kind of Story You’ve Never Seen Before – Reblog from ElectricLiterature.com

Fans on Twitter Are Creating a New Kind of Story You’ve Never Seen Before These elaborate multimedia fanfictions are more intimate than traditional works—and they've acquired their own enthusiastic communities Screenshot from The Runners AU On July 1, 2020, in the middle of worldwide lockdown, fans of up-and-coming indie rock band The Runners were posting... Continue Reading →

Young Adult Geared Cyberpunk Series ‘Little Brother’ From Cory Doctorow Gets To Complicated Questions on Tech and Responsibility

His Writing Radicalized Young Hackers. Now He Wants to Redeem Them Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother series has been a young-adult sci-fi bible for teen hacktivists. But with the latest and darkest book in the trilogy, it’s all grown up. ANDY GREENBERG BACKCHANNEL10.12.2020 07:00 AM FROM WIRED MAGAZINE SET THE FIRST and last books in Cory Doctorow’s epic, three-book Little... Continue Reading →

Radio Drama Style Podcasts To Check Out

I am a regular listener to a lot of old radio drama type shows, with favorites including Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce), CBS Radio Mystery Theater, and classics like The Whistler, The Creaking Door, and others. Last year around Halloween I listened to a much more recent radio drama style podcast titled 'LIMETOWN'... Continue Reading →

‘Online’ Novels – Lauren Oyler’s Fake Accounts and Patricia Lockwood’s No One Is Talking About This – From Wired Magazine

Two Paths for the Extremely Online Novel Lauren Oyler's Fake Accounts and Patricia Lockwood's No One Is Talking About This ask the same questions about the internet. Their answers sound nothing alike. “WHY WOULD I want to make my book like Twitter?” the narrator of Lauren Oyler’s new novel, Fake Accounts, wonders. “If I wanted a book that resembled Twitter, I wouldn’t write... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: BRING ME THE HEAD OF QUENTIN TARANTINO BY JULIÁN HERBERT – Reblog from Entropy Magazine

REVIEW: BRING ME THE HEAD OF QUENTIN TARANTINO BY JULIÁN HERBERT Bring Me the Head of Quentin Tarantino by Julián Herberttranslated from Spanish by Christina MacSweeneyGraywolf Press, November 2020Bookshop / Amazon192 pages – fiction, short story Review by Felice Arenas An ode to, inspired by, or Western Unioned from the same morality-subverting center of its namesake’s films, Bring Me... Continue Reading →

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