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Heavy Feather Vol. 7 Has Arrived!

Heavy Feather Vol. 7
7in W x 10in H. 151 pages. Black & white. Cover by Daniel Torraca.

Features inaugural AWW Fellowship Best-in-Show winner Ashely Adam’s short story “What the Water Told Us”. 162 more words


i have no stories (part II)

I have a problem with my brain. My brain works in flashes only. Narrative streams ––stories, if you will –– are an agony to construct. I suppose that is why I write short poems mostly. 263 more words

Wry Humor & Maudlin Sentimentality

Title: Idle Thoughts of and Idle Fellow
Author: Jerome K. Jerome
Genre: Classic Humor
Pages: 210
Rating: 4 of 5

This collection of humorous essays by the author  180 more words


Regolith and Aquifers: Terraforming Mars with Kim Stanley Robinson

Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars trilogy is a monumental sci-fi classic.

It’s also kind of a slog.

With no central narrative arc beyond the ongoing political, economic, and ecological evolution of human settlement on Mars and a rotating cast of narrators whose lives on the red planet range from the mundane–hydrologists, yay!–to the, well, also mundane–desert nomads driving around rovers, yay!–the colossal 700,00o+ word opus never quite aspires to page-turner status. 566 more words


Digital sound synthesis in the games industry

By Jody Toomey

The history of game audio is a recent one and one that is driven and influenced by the growth in technology of electronic music synthesis. 690 more words


Yiyun Li--"A Soldier Home" (New Yorker, June 8 & 15, 2009)


The South X Lullaby is a really fun way to get to know a new (or familiar, but mostly new) artist in an intimate live setting.  564 more words

New Yorker


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