By: Joshua Glenn
A monthly online semiotics-oriented get-together.
Here’s what we published in October, November, and December.
By: Katya Apekina
Have you ever had to choose between your lover and your dog?
By: David Levine
What starts out nightmarish ends up flatly descriptive.
The 20th Century’s greatest adventures.
“There is a distinct sub-category of adventure… that is governed by apophenia.”
By: Ramona Lyons
She likes his exoticism, but only when it’s palatable and easily consumable.
By: Adrienne Crew
“Fish, and plankton. And sea greens, and protein from the sea. It’s all here, ready.”
By: Vanessa Berry
In the Atomic Age tiny things held the potential for catastrophe…
By: Carlo Rotella
The movie aches to just let Neville mow down the freaks.
By: Adam McGovern
Review of Annie Nocenti’s new Dark Horse comic, RUBY FALLS.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Get in touch via the COMMENTS box, below. Thanks! — JOSH GLENN