An interview with China Miéville - Boing Boing
Photo: Ceridwen (cc) China Miéville is one of the most important writers working in Britain today. The author of ten novels of "weird fiction"—as well as short stories, comics, non-fiction, a roleplaying game, and academic writing on law and ideology—his 2011 science fiction novel Embassytown was acclaimed by Ursula K le Guin, among others, as [...]
Shared by 1 person
More from this website
Gone are the wild tight curls, relaxed now into auburn waves. Her waist is cinched, her bust inflated: skinnier and sexier is the new Merida, star of Brave. And gone, in some of the new art, is that troublesome weapon: no fit thing for a Disney princes...
In 24 charts, the Washington Post reveals how George W. Bush's presidency screwed up the country and the rest of the world for many years to come. Health, employment, the GDP, public services, the Middle East, and almost every other measurable conditio...
Chris Evans sez, "I made this 8bit London Underground map a while ago, entirely in Tile Studio with a bit of Gimp to add text." Finished Super Mario Bros 3 Zone 1 tube map. Now without stupid watermark and decent resolution.
Evan Viera's short explores the ambiguous reality inhabited by people experiencing psychosis, through the tale of a young girl suffering from mental illness.