"A weird novel about a monster-wolf in human form...In this shocking account are presented the details of one such human monster; of men found dead--with their throats ripped to shreds; of graves clawed open--and flesh torn from corpses..."
In Every Book Ever players try to guess the correct first line of an obscure book from a selection of sentences mostly composed by other players (and then you can watch the writing process as it happened in real time) (link via Polygon); The British Library is offering the exhibition Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination until January 15, included is an Oct. 26th panel discussion by Queen's Brian May on Diableries or hellscapes created for stereoscopic viewers (the proto-View-Master)
Watch this compulsively watchable collective fan made shot-for-shot remake of Star Wars and Empire Strikes back; Check out this formidable fan-made work-in-progress The Annotated MST3K Music:
A reunited Sleater-Kinney has released a new single "Bury Our Friends" as a teaser for a 2015 album!; Listen to this absolutely shredding cover of Slayer's "Angel of Death" on banjo
Derek Yu is writing a book for Boss Fight Books on the creation of the simple but deep, compulsively playable game Spelunky
Random: Pulque--the Mexican working class tipple of fermented agave sap--is making a craft brew-style comeback
"She was unusually young for a high school principal...but Lori's entire life was unusual. The step-daughter of a famous motion picture star and an heiress, she was tortured by desire for her own sex."
Glamour photography tips and strategies from one of the best cheesecake photographers of all time. Pictured models include: Bunny Yeager; Bettie Page (9 shots); Julia Saxon; Chris Mara; Lisa Winters; Nadine Ducas; Carol Blake; Vicky Shoos; Millie Baxter; Diane Weber (3 shots); Susan Jones (Miss Scotland 1961); Lana Bashama; Dodie Mitchell; Lisa Winters; Nikki Wyatt; Lacey Kelly; Maria Stinger; Tee Tee Red; Yvonne Menard; Warrene Gray; Carol Singleton; Sheila Malone; Gunella Knutssen (Miss Swdwen 1961); Charlene Mathies; Carol Jean Lauritzen; Ursula Andress; (and more uncredited)
William Smith was cosmically doomed to the book business when he skipped school to read HP Lovecraft in an abandoned cabin in the woods. He's worked for barnesandnoble.com, Tor Books, and Warner. Now he sells dodgy books and freelances to make a "living."