Back to books we go for this week’s Free Thing, a recent release of haiku, sijo, tanka, and shanzi from Andreas Gripp.
Inspired by the thirty-first anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, this six song album from Naviar Records is our Thing of the Week.
Our publisher brings you the free stuff, this time a comic book about the 2000 year old attempt to rein in the power of music.
More music from the depths of the Creative Commons, this time some electronica from German duo Spiedkiks.
Back to the grind of August? Let Eveleen take you away with this wonderful music release.
For your summer reading, The Star brings you a free new epub of Ciaran O’Driscoll’s chapbook, Gog and Magog to make you feel the verse.
The Library of Congress has digitized and released 2,500 Japanese wood block prints into the public domain, just for you. We give you a taste.
Pepper and Carrot moves from comic strip to animation in today’s Free Thing.
On a theme of digital activism and community comes Zeynep Tüfekçi’s latest book to help you clarify your thinking.