Joe Haldeman, author of The Forever War series and Vietnam War vet, is interviewed on the What A Horrible Way To Die podcast. “This week, Francis did some damn journalism. He interviewed Joe Haldeman, author of the 1974 sci-fi masterpiece The Forever War, about his Army service and […]
The Public Domain Review shares some of their favorite books covers from 1820 to 1914.
The BBC has a look at creepy and fascinating Victorian Christmas cards. Smithsonian Magazine writes about the history about the history of Christmas cards. And the Lilly Library has an online exhibit of Victorian Christmas cards.
Our good friends at Pornokitsch have published one last post and we are so sad to see them go. But before we wave good-bye, take a few minutes to read “The Exit Interview”: “Anne: We had both also begun to find ourselves increasingly frustrated by the kind of […]
Gutter Co-founding Editor Jim Munroe writes about why he is moving on from No Media Kings: “I’ve decided to stop using the No Media Kings imprint for my work. I started using it back in 2000, and the media context has shifted drastically: things are so much weirder […]
Lucy Bellwood writes about what happened after her illustration of nautical tattoos, “The Art of the Sailor” went viral. “A bit of an experiment this week. You’re probably all familiar with the image in this post, and some of you maybe saw that it got a lot of […]