This just in from Joel Caris, editor of the fabulous new science fiction quarterly, Into the Ruins: “I’m quite happy to announce that Into the Ruins was not just a one-off accomplishment; in fact, the second issue is finished and … Continue reading
Category Archives: Bibliomancy
This installment in the Music of Radio series takes a detour from the relationships between radio and early electronic I’ve been exploring to review a wonderful book I just read: Exploding the Phone by Phil Lapsley, published by Grove Press, … Continue reading
My department at work: May St. Jerome watch over all those who work inside the halls of the library.
The medieval guilds helped to create community by embracing three primal aspects of life: eating & drinking, death, and the work that fills up so much of our time. As the traditional workplaces of industrial society continue to fall into … Continue reading
Over at Balkan’s Arcane Bindings, B. Balkan wrote about some potential futures and trends he’d like to see be embraced by Esoteric Publishers. One trend already in place that he noted is the sheer increase of independent publishing in this … Continue reading
As the economies of first world nations continue to fall apart and slide towards “third world” levels, businesses and organizations will need to restructure their mode of operation to account for the now emergent realities of the post-industrial, post-information and … Continue reading