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741). Tucker's Kobolds by Roger E. Moore.

740). Well Bottled at Slab's by John Gregory Betancourt. Illustrated by George Barr.

739). The City & the City by China Miéville.[1]

738). The Passing of Kings by Lois Tilton. Illustrated by George Barr.

737). Return of the Blood Libel by Paul Krugman.

736). Ottólína og gula kisan eftir Chris Riddell. Þýtt af Ásdísi Guðnadóttur.[1]

735). The Public Confessions of a Middle-Aged Woman by Sue Townsend.[1]

734). Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris.[1]

733). The Last Man by Mary Shelley.[1]

732). Palimpsest by Tais Teng. Illustrated by Valerie A. Valusek.

731). The Prince's Birthday by Keith Minnion. Illustrated by Paul Jaquays.

730). Dragon Meat by Robert Don Hughes. Illustrated by Brad W. Foster.

729). The Bright Stuff by Daniel C. Dennett.

728). The Agony of Misplaced Ecstasy by Daniel C. Dennett.

727). Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind by Daniel C. Dennett and Linda LaScola. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.[1]

726). The Pawns of Crux by Steven Saylor. Illustrated by Darlene.

725). What Happens When a Bad-Tempered, Distractible Doofus Runs an Empire? by Miranda Carter.

724). Confessions of an English Opium-Eater: Being an Extract from the Life of a Scholar by Thomas De Quincey. Introduction by George Douglas.[1]

723). Notes from China by Barbara W. Tuchman.[1]

722). Stilwell and the American Experience in China, 1911–45 by Barbara W. Tuchman.[1] [Pulitzer Prize Winner]

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721). Claudius the God by Robert Graves. Introduction by Barry Unsworth.[1]

720). Swamp Thing Book One: Saga of the Swamp Thing by Alan Moore. Foreword by Ramsey Campbell. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

719). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #27: ...by Demons Driven! by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

718). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #26: ...a Time of Running... by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

717). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #25: The Sleep of Reason... by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

716). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #24: Roots by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

715). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #23: Another Green World by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

714). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #22: Swamped by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

713). The Saga of the Swamp Thing #21: The Anatomy Lesson by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Totleben and Stephen Bissette.[1]

712). Angel Catbird Volume 2: To Castle Catula by Margaret Atwood. Foreword by G. Willow Wilson. Illustrated by Johnnie Christmas.[1]

711). Rummungur ræningi eftir Otfried Preußler. Þýtt af Aðalsteini Ásbergi Sigurðssyni.[1]

710). Reconsider the Lobster by Kate Mann.

709). Jordan Peterson, Custodian of the Patriarchy by Nellie Bowles.

708). Across the Fog-Gray Sea by Lois Tilton. Illustrated by Stephen E. Fabian.

707). On the Camino by Jason.[1]

706). Lost Cat by Jason.[1]

705). Cinema Panopticum by Thomas Ott.[1]

704). The Sigh by Marjane Satrapi. Translated by Edward Gauvin.[1]

703). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume III: Century 1969 by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

702). Post-Dykes to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel.[1]

701). Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English.[1]

700). Dykes to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel.[1]

699). The Social Cell: What do debutante balls, the Japanese tea ceremony, Ponzi schemes and doubting clergy all have in common? by Daniel C. Dennett.

698). Concerning Franklin and His Gallant Crew by Margaret Atwood.

697). The It-Doesn't-Matter Suit by Sylvia Plath. Illustrated by Rotraut Susanne Berner.[1]

696). Curious Pursuits: Occasional Writing 1970-2005 by Margaret Atwood.[1]

695). Ten Ways of Looking at The Island of Dr. Moreau by Margaret Atwood.

694). Uncovered: An American Iliad by Margaret Atwood.

693). Headscarves to Die For by Margaret Atwood.

692). To Beechey Island by Margaret Atwood.

691). He Springs Eternal by Margaret Atwood.

690). Carol Shields, Who Died Last Week, Wrote Books that Were Full of Delights by Margaret Atwood.

689). George Orwell: Some Personal Connections by Margaret Atwood.

688). Edinburgh and Its Festival by Margaret Atwood.

687). Letter to America by Margaret Atwood.

686). Writing Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood.

685). Mortification by Margaret Atwood.

684). Victory Gardens by Margaret Atwood.

683). The Queen of Quinkdom by Margaret Atwood.

682). The Indelible Woman by Margaret Atwood.

681). Cops and Robbers by Margaret Atwood.

680). Of Myths and Men by Margaret Atwood.

679). Mystery Man: Some Clues to Dashiell Hammett by Margaret Atwood.

678). Introduction to Doctor Glas by Margaret Atwood.

677). Introduction to She by Margaret Atwood.

676). When Afghanistan Was at Peace by Margaret Atwood.

675). Mordecai Richler: 1931-2001: Diogenes of Montreal by Margaret Atwood.

674). Pinteresque by Margaret Atwood.

673). Why I Love Night of the Hunter by Margaret Atwood.

672). In Search of Alias Grace: On Writing Canadian Historical Fiction by Margaret Atwood.

671). 'Little Chappies with Breasts' by Margaret Atwood.

670). Not So Grimm: The Staying Power of Fairy Tales by Margaret Atwood.

669). The Grunge Look by Margaret Atwood.

668). The Blazing World by Margaret Cavendish.[1]

667). Spotty-Handed Villainesses: Problems of Female Bad Behaviour by Margaret Atwood.

666). Introduction: The Early Years by Margaret Atwood.

665). Afterword to Anne of Green Gables by Margaret Atwood.

664). Angela Carter: 1940-1992 by Margaret Atwood.

663). A Slave to His Own Liberation by Margaret Atwood.

662). Nine Beginnings by Margaret Atwood.

661). A Double-Bladed Knife: Subversive Laughter in Two Stories by Margaret Atwood.

660). The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture: The Effect of Early Christological Controversies on the Text of the New Testament by Bart D. Ehrman.[1]

659). The 9.9 Percent Is the New American Aristocracy by Matthew Stewart.

658). A Difficult Undertaking by Harry Turtledove. Illustrated by Hank Jankus.

657). The Public Woman as Honorary Man by Margaret Atwood.

656). Introduction: Reading Blind by Margaret Atwood.

655). Great Aunts by Margaret Atwood.

654). Writing Utopia by Margaret Atwood.

653). Haunted by Their Nightmares by Margaret Atwood.

652). Introduction to Roughing It in the Bush by Margaret Atwood.

651). Wondering What It's Like to Be a Woman by Margaret Atwood.

650). Writing the Male Character by Margaret Atwood.

649). Northrop Frye Observed by Margaret Atwood.

648). The Curse of Eve — Or, What I Learned in School by Margaret Atwood.

647). Review of Anne Sexton: A Self-Portrait in Letters by Margaret Atwood.

646). Review of Diving into the Wreck by Margaret Atwood.

645). File Under "B" by Esther M. Friesner. Illustrated by Valerie A. Valusek.

644). The Wizard's Boy by Nancy Varian Berberick. Illustrated by Bob Eggleton.

643). Travels Back by Margaret Atwood.

642). The Burning World by J.G. Ballard.[1]

641). Valkyrie by W. J. Hodgson. Illustrated by Janet Aulisio.

640). Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born by Peter David. Illustrated by Jae Lee.[1]

639). The Ultimates #1: Super-Human by Mark Millar. Illustrated by Bryan Hitch.[1]

638). Scalped: Indian Country: Part One of Three by Jason Aaron. Illustrated by R. M. Guéra.[1]

637). Witch & Wizard: The Manga: Free Comic Book Day Preview by James Patterson. Illustrated by Svetlana Chmakova.[1]

636). Bart Simpson: Big Top Flop by Sergio Aragonés.[1]

635). Li'l Krusty by Mary Trainor. Illustrated by Jason Ho.[1]

634). Bart Simpson: Let the Games Begin! by Evan Dorkin.[1]

633). Ralph Wiggum: Ralph Learns a Lesson by Jesse Leon McCann. Illustrated by James Lloyd.[1]

632). Elric: The Balance Lost by Chris Roberson. Afterword by Ross Richie. Illustrated by Francesco Biagini.[1]

631). The Hulk: The Fixit! by Todd Dezago. Illustrated by Leonel Castellani.[1]

630). Iron Man/Supernova: There's an Ape for That! by Paul Tobin. Illustrated by Craig Rousseau.[1]

629). Iron Man/Thor #1: Fair Weather by Matt Fraction. Illustrated by John Romita, Jr.[1]

628). Stofuhiti - ritgerð um samtímann eftir Berg Ebba Benediktsson.[1]

627). Mœbius Library: The World of Edena by Mœbius. Translated by Brandon Kander, Diana Schutz, Laure Dupont, and Philip R. Simon.[1]

626). Nemo: River of Ghosts by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

625). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume III: Century 1910 by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

624). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

623). Les formes robustes de la Vérité sous le voile diaphane de la Fantaisie by Souheil Mellah.

622). The Grey Stones by Josepha Sherman. Illustrated by James Faulkenberg.

621). The Last Temptation by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli.[1]

620). The Drowned World by J.G. Ballard. Introduction by Martin Amis.[1]

619). Catwings by Ursula K. Le Guin. Illustrated by S. D. Schindler.[1]

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618). The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James.[1]

617). 'Beta Males' Want to Kill Women Because They Can't Get Laid by Robyn Pennacchia.

616). My Point... and I Do Have One by Ellen DeGeneres.

615). Doomsgame by J. B. Allen. Illustrated by Stephan Peregrine.

614). Intruder by Russell Madden. Illustrated by Hank Jankus.

613). On the Rocks at Slab's by John Gregory Betancourt. Illustrated by George Barr.

612). The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass by Stephen King.[1]

611). Scandinavian Humor & Other Myths by John Louis Anderson.

610). The Getaway by Jim Thompson. Introduction by Barry Gifford.[1]

609). Tonight by Elfriede Jelinek. Translated by Michael Hofmann.

608). Spring by Elfriede Jelinek. Translated by Michael Hofmann.

607). Our Motorbike by Elfriede Jelinek. Translated by Michael Hofmann.

606). Contempt by Elfriede Jelinek. Translated by Michael Hofmann.

605). The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 5 by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by Thomas M. Disch.[1][2][3]

604). I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon by Philip K. Dick.[1]

603). The Alien Mind by Philip K. Dick.

602). Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by Jonathan Lethem.[1]

601). Rautavaara's Case by Philip K. Dick.[1]

600). Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities by Philip K. Dick.[1]

599). I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon by Philip K. Dick.[1]

598). Strange Memories of Death by Philip K. Dick.

597). Chains of Air, Web of Aether by Philip K. Dick.

596). The Exit Door Leads In by Philip K. Dick.[1]

595). The Day Mr. Computer Fell Out of Its Tree by Philip K. Dick.

594). The Eye of the Sibyl by Philip K. Dick.[1]

593). Paycheck by Philip K. Dick.[1]

592). The Golden Man by Philip K. Dick.[1]

591). The Pre-persons by Philip K. Dick.[1]

590). Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by David Farr, Dee Rees, Jack Thorne, Jessica Mecklenburg, Kalen Egan, Matthew Graham, Michael Dinner, Ronald D. Moore, Tony Grisoni, Travis Beacham, and Travis Sentell.

589). The Best of Philip K. Dick by Philip K. Dick.[1]

588). A Little Something for Us Tempunauts by Philip K. Dick.[1]

587). Cadbury, the Beaver Who Lacked by Philip K. Dick.

586). The Electric Ant by Philip K. Dick.[1]

585). The Story to End All Stories for Harlan Ellison's Anthology "Dangerous Visions" by Philip K. Dick.

584). Faith of Our Fathers by Philip K. Dick.[1]

583). Not By Its Cover by Philip K. Dick.[1]

582). Holy Quarrel by Philip K. Dick.

581). Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday by Philip K. Dick.

580). A Terran Odyssey by Philip K. Dick.

579). The Preserving Machine by Philip K. Dick.[1]

578). Retreat Syndrome by Philip K. Dick.[1]

577). A Game of Unchance by Philip K. Dick.

576). The War with the Fnools by Philip K. Dick.[1]

575). The Little Black Box by Philip K. Dick.

574). Myndasagan: Hetjur, skrýmsl og skattborgarar eftir Úlfhildi Dagsdóttur.[1]

573). Nú er ólöglegt að stela stemningunni eftir Nínu Richter.

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572). The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 4 by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by James Tiptree, Jr..[1][2][3]

571). Oh, to Be a Blobel! by Philip K. Dick.[1]

570). What'll We Do with Ragland Park? by Philip K. Dick.[1]

569). Stand-by by Philip K. Dick.

568). The Days of Perky Pat by Philip K. Dick.[1]

567). Orpheus with Clay Feet by Philip K. Dick.[1]

566). What the Dead Men Say by Philip K. Dick.[1]

565). Jordan Peterson & Fascist Mysticism by Pankaj Mishra.

564). Who Does She Think She Is? by Laurie Penny.

563). Waterspider by Philip K. Dick.[1]

562). Novelty Act by Philip K. Dick.[1]

561). The Wages of Stress by Christopher Gilbert. Illustrated by Tom Centola.

560). And Yet...: Essays by Christopher Hitchens.[1]

559). What Is Patriotism? by Christopher Hitchens.

558). The Importance of Being Orwell by Christopher Hitchens.

557). G. K. Chesterton: The Reactionary by Christopher Hitchens.

556). Peace and Quiet: Four projects for righteous anti-war types by Christopher Hitchens.

555). Charles Dickens's Inner Child by Christopher Hitchens.

554). The True Spirit of Christmas by Christopher Hitchens.

553). Joan Didion: Blue Nights by Christopher Hitchens.

552). Rosa Luxemburg: Red Rosa by Christopher Hitchens.

551). The Politicians We Deserve by Christopher Hitchens.

550). Hezbollah's Progress by Christopher Hitchens.

549). Shut Up about Armenians or We'll Hurt Them Again by Christopher Hitchens.

548). Colin Powell: Powell Valediction by Christopher Hitchens.

547). Engaging with Iran Is Like Having Sex with Someone Who Hates You by Christopher Hitchens.

546). Edward M. Kennedy: Redemption Song by Christopher Hitchens.

545). The Lovely Stones by Christopher Hitchens.

544). Barack Obama: Cool Cat by Christopher Hitchens.

543). No Regrets by Christopher Hitchens.

542). V. S. Naipaul: Cruel and Unusual by Christopher Hitchens.

541). The Tall Tale of Tuzla by Christopher Hitchens.

540). The Case against Hillary Clinton by Christopher Hitchens.

539). Paul Scott: Victoria's Secret by Christopher Hitchens.

538). Arthur Schlesinger: The Courtier by Christopher Hitchens.

537). Ayaan Hirsi Ali: The Price of Freedom by Christopher Hitchens.

536). On the Limits of Self-improvement, Part III: Mission Accomplished by Christopher Hitchens.

535). On the Limits of Self-improvement, Part II: Vice and Versa by Christopher Hitchens.

534). On the Limits of Self-improvement, Part I: Of Vice and Men by Christopher Hitchens.

533). Edmund Wilson: Literary Companion by Christopher Hitchens.

532). Physician, Heal Thyself by Christopher Hitchens.

531). If There Were No Benny Cemoli by Philip K. Dick.[1]

530). War Game by Philip K. Dick.[1]

529). Gertrude Bell: The Woman Who Made Iraq by Christopher Hitchens.

528). Clive James: The Omnivore by Christopher Hitchens.

527). Imperial Follies by Christopher Hitchens.

526). Oriana Fallaci and the Art of the Interview by Christopher Hitchens.

525). Look Who's Cutting and Running Now by Christopher Hitchens.

524). How Uninviting: Tony Judt's persecution complex by Christopher Hitchens.

523). Blood for No Oil! by Christopher Hitchens.

522). Power Suits by Christopher Hitchens.

521). Vertu úlfur: wargus esto eftir Héðinn Unnsteinsson.[1]

520). Can Bill Wyman be Bill Wyman? No, says Bill Wyman / Rock critic takes heat from rocker of same name by Joe Garofoli.

519). Ian Fleming: Bottoms Up by Christopher Hitchens.

518). A. N. Wilson: Downhill All the Way by Christopher Hitchens.

517). Bah, Humbug by Christopher Hitchens.

516). The Turkey Has Landed by Christopher Hitchens.

515). Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold.[1]

514). My Red-State Odyssey by Christopher Hitchens.

513). Salman Rushdie: Hobbes in the Himalayas by Christopher Hitchens.

512). Mikhail Lermontov: A Doomed Young Man by Christopher Hitchens.

511). On Becoming American by Christopher Hitchens.

510). Ohio's Odd Numbers by Christopher Hitchens.

509). Menace React by Philip K. Dick.

508). Bring on the Mud by Christopher Hitchens.

507). Orhan Pamuk: Mind the Gap by Christopher Hitchens.

506). Orwell's List by Christopher Hitchens.

505). Che Guevara: Goodbye to All That by Christopher Hitchens.

504). The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 3 by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by John Brunner.[1][2][3]

503). The Book of Philip K. Dick by Philip K. Dick.[1]

502). Psi-Man Heal My Child! by Philip K. Dick.[1]

501). The Variable Man and Other Stories by Philip K. Dick.[1]

500). A World of Talent by Philip K. Dick.[1]

499). Misadjustment by Philip K. Dick.

498). Explorers We by Philip K. Dick.[1]

497). The Unreconstructed M by Philip K. Dick.[1]

496). Recall Mechanism by Philip K. Dick.[1]

495). The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick.[1]

494). The Mold of Yancy by Philip K. Dick.[1]

493). Captive Market by Philip K. Dick.[1]

492). Service Call by Philip K. Dick.[1]

491). Autofac by Philip K. Dick.[1]

490). The Wind from Nowhere: by J.G. Ballard.[1]

489). The Chromium Fence by Philip K. Dick.[1]

488). War Veteran by Philip K. Dick.[1]

487). The Intellectual We Deserve by Nathan J. Robinson.

486). Pay for the Printer by Philip K. Dick.[1]

485). ABC Knees (A Whore's Poem) by Elle Stanger.

484). To Serve the Master by Philip K. Dick.

483). Null-O by Philip K. Dick.[1]

482). Strange Eden by Philip K. Dick.[1]

481). The Father-Thing by Philip K. Dick.[1]

480). Fair Game by Philip K. Dick.[1]

479). I, Claudius by Robert Graves.[1]

478). Springtime for Sycophants by Paul Krugman.

477). Why White Evangelicalism Is So Cruel by Chris Ladd.

476). The Big Push: Exposing and Challenging the Persistence of Patriarchy by Cynthia Enloe.[1]

475). If You Steal by Jason.[1]

474). Að éta skít eftir Illuga Jökulson.

473). That's Patriarchy: How female sexual liberation led to male sexual entitlement by Van Badham.

472). Eruð þið í liði með fasistum? eftir Kristin Hrafnsson.

471). Murder in the Dark: Short Fictions and Prose Poems by Margaret Atwood. Afterword by Steven Heighton.[1]

470). Instructions for the Third Eye by Margaret Atwood.

469). Everlasting by Margaret Atwood.

468). Hand by Margaret Atwood.

467). A Parable by Margaret Atwood.

466). Hopeless by Margaret Atwood.

465). Him by Margaret Atwood.

464). Strawberries by Margaret Atwood.

463). Liking Men by Margaret Atwood.

462). Iconography by Margaret Atwood.

461). Worship by Margaret Atwood.

460). She by Margaret Atwood.

459). Mute by Margaret Atwood.

458). The Page by Margaret Atwood.

457). Bread by Margaret Atwood.

456). Women's Novels (For Lenore) by Margaret Atwood.

455). Simmering by Margaret Atwood.

454). Murder in the Dark by Margaret Atwood.

453). Raw Materials by Margaret Atwood.

452). Fainting by Margaret Atwood.

451). The Victory Burlesk by Margaret Atwood.

450). Boyfriends by Margaret Atwood.

449). Horror Comics by Margaret Atwood.

448). Before the War by Margaret Atwood.

447). The Boys' Own Annual, 1911 by Margaret Atwood.

446). Making Poison by Margaret Atwood.

445). Autobiography by Margaret Atwood.

444). The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 1 by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by Roger Zelazny. Foreword by Steven Owen Godersky.[1][2][3]

443). Nanny by Philip K. Dick.[1]

442). Prize Ship by Philip K. Dick.[1]

441). A Handful of Darkness by Philip K. Dick.[1]

440). Colony by Philip K. Dick.[1]

439). The King of the Elves by Philip K. Dick.[1]

438). Out in the Garden by Philip K. Dick.[1]

437). The Great C by Philip K. Dick.[1]

436). Paycheck by Philip K. Dick.[1]

435). Bodily Harm by Margaret Atwood.[1]

434). The Builder by Philip K. Dick.[1]

433). The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford by Philip K. Dick.[1]

432). The Indefatigable Frog by Philip K. Dick.[1]

431). How Do You Differentiate Good Acting From Bad Acting? by Marcus Geduld.

430). Expendable by Philip K. Dick.[1]

429). The Preserving Machine by Philip K. Dick.[1]

428). The Infinites by Philip K. Dick.[1]

427). The Little Movement by Philip K. Dick.[1]

426). Roog by Philip K. Dick.[1]

425). Stability by Philip K. Dick.[1]

424). Life Before Man by Margaret Atwood.[1]

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423). Precious Artifact by Philip K. Dick.

422). Return Match by Philip K. Dick.

421). Hvunndagshetjan: Þrjár öruggar aðferðir til að eignast óskilgetin börn eftir Auði Haraldsdóttur.[1]

420). Against Popular Culture by Owen Hulatt.

419). Passing in the Night by Rob Chilson. Illustrated by John Weinberg.

418). Blood, Class and Empire: The Enduring Anglo-American Relationship by Christopher Hitchens.[1]

417). "Fuck you, I like guns." by Anna.

416). Is Jordan Peterson the stupid man's smart person? by Tabatha Southey.

415). Mortality by Christopher Hitchens. Foreword by Graydon Carter. Afterword by Carol Blue.[1]

414). No One Left to Lie To: The Triangulations of William Jefferson Clinton by Christopher Hitchens.[1]

413). Kappaslagur eða rímað afreksmannatal úr fornöld Íslendinga eftir Sigfús Sigfússon frá Eyvindará.

412). Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff.[1]

411). And Adventuring To... by Brenda Gates Spielman. Illustrated by Jerry Eaton.

410). Transformations by Anne Sexton. Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.. Illustrated by Barbara Swan.[1]

409). Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) by Anne Sexton.[1]

408). Hansel and Gretel by Anne Sexton.[1]

407). The Frog Prince by Anne Sexton.[1]

406). The Twelve Dancing Princesses by Anne Sexton.[1]

405). The Maiden Without Hands by Anne Sexton.[1]

404). Red Riding Hood by Anne Sexton.[1]

403). The Wonderful Musician by Anne Sexton.[1]

402). One-Eye, Two-Eyes, Three-Eyes by Anne Sexton.[1]

401). Cinderella by Anne Sexton.[1]

400). Iron Hans by Anne Sexton.[1]

399). Rapunzel by Anne Sexton.[1]

398). Godfather Death by Anne Sexton.[1]

397). The Little Peasant by Anne Sexton.[1]

396). Rumpelstiltskin by Anne Sexton.[1]

395). The White Snake by Anne Sexton.[1]

394). Snow White and the Seven Dwarves by Anne Sexton.[1]

393). The Gold Key by Anne Sexton.

392). At Moonset Blackcat Comes: A Tale of Gord of Greyhawk by E. Gary Gygax. Illustrated by Jim Roslof.

391). Dennim and the Golem by Robert S. Babcock. Illustrated by Stephan Peregrine.

390). The Forging of Fear by Ardath Mayhar. Illustrated by Valerie A. Valusek.

389). Art Sex Music by Cosey Fanni Tutti.[1]

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388). Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke.[1]

387). The Libertarian Case for Drug Prohibition by Timothy Hsiao.

386). The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Translated by Katherine Woods.[1]

385). XLST: Programmer's Reference by Michael Kay.[1]

384). The Female Price of Male Pleasure by Lili Loofbourow.

383). Rocannon's World by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

382). Miklu meira en mest eftir Hrafn Jökulsson.[1]

381). Lament for Vixeela by Clark Ashton Smith.

380). The Wind-Threnody by Clark Ashton Smith.

379). The Unmerciful Mistress by Clark Ashton Smith.

378). The Unfinished Quest by Clark Ashton Smith.

377). The Harbour of the Past by Clark Ashton Smith.

376). The Burden of the Suns by Clark Ashton Smith.

375). Amor Autumnalis by Clark Ashton Smith.

374). Winter Midnight (II) by Clark Ashton Smith.

373). Wings of Perfume by Clark Ashton Smith.

372). The Waning Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

371). The Twilight Woods by Clark Ashton Smith.

370). To the Morning Star by Clark Ashton Smith.

369). To a Mariposa Lily by Clark Ashton Smith.

368). The Throne of Winter by Clark Ashton Smith.

367). Souvenance by Clark Ashton Smith.

366). Seer of the Cycles by Clark Ashton Smith.

365). Saturnian Cinema by Clark Ashton Smith.

364). A Madrigal by Clark Ashton Smith.

363). Lawn-Mower by Clark Ashton Smith.

362). High Surf: Monterey Bay by Clark Ashton Smith.

361). Harmony by Clark Ashton Smith.

360). The Fanes of Dawn by Clark Ashton Smith.

359). Adjuration by Clark Ashton Smith.

358). The Years Restored by Clark Ashton Smith.

357). Sphinx and Medusa by Clark Ashton Smith.

356). The Song of the Worlds by Clark Ashton Smith.

355). A Song from Hell by Clark Ashton Smith.

354). The Potion of Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

353). A Phantasy of Twilight by Clark Ashton Smith.

352). The Dream-God's Realm by Clark Ashton Smith.

351). A Dream of Oblivion by Clark Ashton Smith.

350). The Castle of Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

349). The Burning-Ghauts at Benares by Clark Ashton Smith.

348). Beyond the Door by Clark Ashton Smith.

347). The Ancient Quest by Clark Ashton Smith.

346). The Titans in Tartarus by Clark Ashton Smith.

345). The Suns and the Void by Clark Ashton Smith.

344). Ode to Light by Clark Ashton Smith.

343). Suggestion by Clark Ashton Smith.

342). The Sphinx of the Infinite by Clark Ashton Smith.

341). Reclamation by Clark Ashton Smith.

340). Poplars by Clark Ashton Smith.

339). L'Amour Supreme by Clark Ashton Smith.

338). The Garden of Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

337). Fawn-Lilies by Clark Ashton Smith.

336). Dead Love by Clark Ashton Smith.

335). Wine of Summer by Clark Ashton Smith.

334). Windows at Lamplighting Time by Clark Ashton Smith.

333). The Whisper of the Worm by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

332). Water-Hemlock by Clark Ashton Smith.

331). Water-Fight by Clark Ashton Smith.

330). Vultures Come to the Ambarvalia by Clark Ashton Smith.

329). Venus by Clark Ashton Smith.

328). Vaticinations by Clark Ashton Smith.

327). Une Vie Spectrale by Clark Ashton Smith.

326). Un Paysage Paîen by Clark Ashton Smith.

325). Tryst at Lobos by Clark Ashton Smith.

324). Trope by Clark Ashton Smith.

323). Tristan to Iseult by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

322). Town Lights by Clark Ashton Smith.

321). Touch by Clark Ashton Smith.

320). To Whom It May Concern by Clark Ashton Smith.

319). To Nora May French (II) by Clark Ashton Smith.

318). To Beauty: A Fragment by Clark Ashton Smith.

317). Tin Can on the Mountain-Top by Clark Ashton Smith.

316). The Thralls of Circe Climb Parnassus by Clark Ashton Smith.

315). "That Last Infirmity" by Clark Ashton Smith.

314). Tempus by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

313). Sunset Over Farm-Land by Clark Ashton Smith.

312). Sufficiency by Clark Ashton Smith.

311). Strange Girl by Clark Ashton Smith.

310). Stormy Afterglow by Clark Ashton Smith.

309). Storm's End by Clark Ashton Smith.

308). Spring Nunnery by Clark Ashton Smith.

307). Spectral Life by Clark Ashton Smith.

306). Sonnet (How) by Clark Ashton Smith.

305). Somnus: A Fragment by Clark Ashton Smith.

304). Someone by Clark Ashton Smith.

303). Snowfall on Acacia by Clark Ashton Smith.

302). Snake, Owl, Cat or Hawk by Clark Ashton Smith.

301). Slaughter-House Pasture by Clark Ashton Smith.

300). Sestet by Clark Ashton Smith.

299). Sea-Memory by Clark Ashton Smith.

298). School-Room Pastime by Clark Ashton Smith.

297). Satiety (A) by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

296). River-Canyon by Clark Ashton Smith.

295). Reigning Empress by Clark Ashton Smith.

294). Refuge by Clark Ashton Smith.

293). Prisoner in Vain by Clark Ashton Smith.

292). A Prayer by Clark Ashton Smith.

291). Pool at Lobos by Clark Ashton Smith.

290). Poets in Hades by Clark Ashton Smith.

289). Poet in a Barroom by Clark Ashton Smith.

288). Plague from the Abatoir by Clark Ashton Smith.

287). Picture by Piero di Cosimo by Clark Ashton Smith.

286). Phallus Impudica by Clark Ashton Smith.

285). One Evening by Clark Ashton Smith.

284). On the Mount of Stone by Clark Ashton Smith.

283). On a Chinese Vase by Clark Ashton Smith.

282). An Old Theme by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

281). Old Limestone Kiln by Clark Ashton Smith.

280). Old Hydraulic Diggings by Clark Ashton Smith.

279). Odysseus in Eternity by Clark Ashton Smith.

278). The Nymph by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

277). Nuns Walking in the Orchard by Clark Ashton Smith.

276). November by Clark Ashton Smith.

275). Nocturnal Pines by Clark Ashton Smith.

274). Night of Miletus by Clark Ashton Smith.

273). The Nevermore-to-Be by Clark Ashton Smith.

272). Nevermore by Clark Ashton Smith.

271). Mystery by Clark Ashton Smith.

270). Mushroom-Gatherers by Clark Ashton Smith.

269). Mummy of the Flower by Clark Ashton Smith.

268). Mountain Trail by Clark Ashton Smith.

267). Moments by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

266). The Mime of Sleep by Clark Ashton Smith.

265). Madrigal of Memory by Clark Ashton Smith.

264). Madrigal of Evanescence by Clark Ashton Smith.

263). Madrigal by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

262). Love in Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

261). Love and Death by Clark Ashton Smith.

260). Lines on a Picture by Clark Ashton Smith.

259). The Limniad by Clark Ashton Smith.

258). Lichens by Clark Ashton Smith.

257). Lethe (From) by Clark Ashton Smith.

256). Les Marées by Clark Ashton Smith.

255). Le Miroir des Blanches Fleurs by Clark Ashton Smith.

254). Late November Evening by Clark Ashton Smith.

253). The Last Goddess: A Fragment by Clark Ashton Smith.

252). La Mort des Amants by Clark Ashton Smith.

251). La Mare by Clark Ashton Smith.

250). La Forteresse: A Benjamin DeCasseres by Clark Ashton Smith.

249). L'Espoir Du Néant by Clark Ashton Smith.

248). January Willow by Clark Ashton Smith.

247). Ineffability by Clark Ashton Smith.

246). Indian Summer by Clark Ashton Smith.

245). Indian Acorn-Mortar by Clark Ashton Smith.

244). In the Desert by Clark Ashton Smith.

243). In Alexandria by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

242). Improbable Dream by Clark Ashton Smith.

241). If Winter Remain by Clark Ashton Smith.

240). The Hill-Top by Clark Ashton Smith.

239). High Mountain Juniper by Clark Ashton Smith.

238). The Heron by Clark Ashton Smith.

237). Heliogabalus by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

236). Hearth on Old Cabin-Site by Clark Ashton Smith.

235). Grecian Yesterday by Clark Ashton Smith.

234). Grammar-School Vixen by Clark Ashton Smith.

233). Gopher-Hole in Orchard by Clark Ashton Smith.

232). Goats and Manzanita-Boughs by Clark Ashton Smith.

231). Girl of Six by Clark Ashton Smith.

230). The Ghost of Theseus by Clark Ashton Smith.

229). Garden of Priapus by Clark Ashton Smith.

228). Future Meeting by Clark Ashton Smith.

227). From Arcady by Clark Ashton Smith.

226). For the Dance of Death by Clark Ashton Smith.

225). Foggy Night by Clark Ashton Smith.

224). Flora by Clark Ashton Smith.

223). Flight of the Yellow-Hammer by Clark Ashton Smith.

222). Field Behind the Abattoir by Clark Ashton Smith.

221). Felo-de-se of the Parasite by Clark Ashton Smith.

220). February by Clark Ashton Smith.

219). Fallen Grape-Leaf by Clark Ashton Smith.

218). A Fable by Clark Ashton Smith.

217). Exotic Memory by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

216). Even in Slumber by Clark Ashton Smith.

215). Erato by Clark Ashton Smith.

214). Epitaph for an Astronomer by Clark Ashton Smith.

213). En Sourdine by Paul Verlaine. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

212). The Dragon-Fly by Clark Ashton Smith.

211). Dominion by Clark Ashton Smith.

210). Declining Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

209). Decadence by Clark Ashton Smith.

208). Dancer by Clark Ashton Smith.

207). Cumuli by Clark Ashton Smith.

206). Crows in Spring by Clark Ashton Smith.

205). Copyist by Clark Ashton Smith.

204). Concupiscence by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

203). Classic Reminiscence by Clark Ashton Smith.

202). Classic Epigram by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

201). The Chimera by Clark Ashton Smith.

200). Chansonette by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

199). Chainless Captive by Clark Ashton Smith.

198). Cattle Salute the Psychopomp by Clark Ashton Smith.

197). Canticle by Clark Ashton Smith.

196). Calendar by Clark Ashton Smith.

195). But Grant, O Venus by Clark Ashton Smith.

194). Builder of Deserted Hearth by Clark Ashton Smith.

193). Boys Telling Bawdy Tales by Clark Ashton Smith.

192). Boys Rob a Yellow-Hammer's Nest by Clark Ashton Smith.

191). Borderland by Clark Ashton Smith.

190). Bird of Long Ago by Clark Ashton Smith.

189). Berries of the Deadly Nightshade by Clark Ashton Smith.

188). Bed of Mint by Clark Ashton Smith.

187). Basin in Boulder by Clark Ashton Smith.

186). Avowal by Clark Ashton Smith.

185). The Autumn Lake by Clark Ashton Smith.

184). Au Bord du Léthé by Clark Ashton Smith.

183). Apostrophe by Clark Ashton Smith.

182). Anodyne of Autumn by Clark Ashton Smith.

181). "All is Dross that is not Helena" by Clark Ashton Smith.

180). Aftermath of Mining Days by Clark Ashton Smith.

179). Weavings by Clark Ashton Smith.

178). To the Nightshade by Clark Ashton Smith.

177). To George Sterling (What) by Clark Ashton Smith.

176). To George Sterling (His) by Clark Ashton Smith.

175). To George Sterling (Deep) by Clark Ashton Smith.

174). The Voice of Silence by Clark Ashton Smith.

173). The Tartarus of the Suns by Clark Ashton Smith.

172). A Sierran Sunrise by Clark Ashton Smith.

171). The Power of Eld by Clark Ashton Smith.

170). The Palace of Jewels by Clark Ashton Smith.

169). The Pageant of Music by Clark Ashton Smith.

168). Ode to Matter by Clark Ashton Smith.

167). The Noon of the Seasons by Clark Ashton Smith.

166). Night (The) by Clark Ashton Smith.

165). Morning on an Eastern Sea by Clark Ashton Smith.

164). In the Ultimate Valleys by Clark Ashton Smith.

163). The Eternal Snows by Clark Ashton Smith.

162). Death by Clark Ashton Smith.

161). Cloudland by Clark Ashton Smith.

160). The Call of the Wind by Clark Ashton Smith.

159). Where Do You Sleep, Eldorado? by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

158). ¿Donde Duermes, Eldorado? by Clark Ashton Smith.

157). Red Memory by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by J. M. Cárdenas.

156). Red Memory by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

155). Memoria Roja by Clark Ashton Smith.

154). Poets by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

153). Los Poetas by Clark Ashton Smith.

152). The Unknown by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

151). Lo Ignoto by Clark Ashton Smith.

150). Lost Granges by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

149). Las Alquerjas Perdidas by Clark Ashton Smith.

148). Shipwrecked's Island by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

147). La Isla Del Naufrago by Clark Ashton Smith.

146). Free Beings' Song by Clark Ashton Smith. Translated by Ramon Cabrales.

145). El Cantar del los Seres Libres by Clark Ashton Smith.

144). Dos Mitos y una Fabula by Clark Ashton Smith.

143). To the Daemon of Sublimity by Clark Ashton Smith.

142). Memorial by Clark Ashton Smith.

141). The Incubus of Time by Clark Ashton Smith.

140). The Horologe by Clark Ashton Smith.

139). Yerba Buena by Clark Ashton Smith.

138). Wizard's Love (Latter manuscript version) by Clark Ashton Smith.

137). Twilight Song by Clark Ashton Smith.

136). To One Absent by Clark Ashton Smith.

135). Supplication by Clark Ashton Smith.

134). Sonnet (Green) by Clark Ashton Smith.

133). Sonnet (Empress) by Clark Ashton Smith.

132). Silent Hour by Clark Ashton Smith.

131). Sea Cycle by Clark Ashton Smith.

130). Reverie in August by Clark Ashton Smith.

129). Postlude by Clark Ashton Smith.

128). Paean by Clark Ashton Smith.

127). Nocturne: Grant Avenue by Clark Ashton Smith.

126). The Knoll by Clark Ashton Smith.

125). Illumination by Clark Ashton Smith.

124). Humors of Love by Clark Ashton Smith.

123). Future Pastoral by Clark Ashton Smith.

122). For an Antique Lyre by Clark Ashton Smith.

121). Bond by Clark Ashton Smith.

120). Before Dawn by Clark Ashton Smith.

119). Amor Hesternalis by Clark Ashton Smith.

118). Amor by Clark Ashton Smith.

117). Cycles by Clark Ashton Smith.

116). Amor Aeternalis by Clark Ashton Smith.

115). H.P.L. by Clark Ashton Smith.

114). Willow-Cutting in Autumn by Clark Ashton Smith.

113). Untold Arabian Fable by Clark Ashton Smith.

112). Unicorn by Clark Ashton Smith.

111). Tired Gardener by Clark Ashton Smith.

110). Thebaid by Clark Ashton Smith.

109). "That Motley Drama" by Clérigo Herrero. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

108). The Sparrow's Nest by Clark Ashton Smith.

107). Secret Love by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

106). The Sciapod by Clark Ashton Smith.

105). Said the Dreamer by Clark Ashton Smith.

104). Quiddity by Clark Ashton Smith.

103). The Phoenix by Clark Ashton Smith.

102). Philtre by Clark Ashton Smith.

101). Perseus and Medusa by Clark Ashton Smith.

100). Passing of an Elder God by Clark Ashton Smith.

99). Parnassus à la Mode by Clark Ashton Smith.

98). Paphnutius by Clark Ashton Smith.

97). The Pagan by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

96). Only to One Returned by Clark Ashton Smith.

95). No Stranger Dream by Clark Ashton Smith.

94). Nightmare of the Lilliputian by Clark Ashton Smith.

93). The Monacle by Clark Ashton Smith.

92). Mithridates by Clark Ashton Smith.

91). Late Pear-Pruner by Clark Ashton Smith.

90). The Last Apricot by Clark Ashton Smith.

89). A Hunter Meets the Martichoras by Clark Ashton Smith.

88). Harvest Evening by Clark Ashton Smith.

87). Growth of Lichen by Clark Ashton Smith.

86). Geese in the Spring Night by Clark Ashton Smith.

85). Fence and Wall by Clark Ashton Smith.

84). Feast of St. Anthony by Clark Ashton Smith.

83). Disillusionment by Clark Ashton Smith.

82). Didus ineptus by Clark Ashton Smith.

81). The Centaur by Clark Ashton Smith.

80). Cats in Winter Sunlight by Clark Ashton Smith.

79). Attar of the Past by Clark Ashton Smith.

78). Anteros by Clark Ashton Smith.

77). Alternative by Clark Ashton Smith.

76). Almost Anything by Clark Ashton Smith.

75). Abandoned Plum-Orchard by Clark Ashton Smith.

74). The Pursuer by Clark Ashton Smith.

73). Nada by Clark Ashton Smith.

72). The Flight of Azrael by Clark Ashton Smith.

71). Ye Shall Return by Clark Ashton Smith.

70). Two Myths and a Fable by Clark Ashton Smith.

69). The Twilight of the Gods by Clark Ashton Smith.

68). Surrealist Sonnet by Clark Ashton Smith.

67). The Stylite by Clark Ashton Smith.

66). Sonnet for the Psychoanalysts by Clark Ashton Smith.

65). Soliloquy in an Ebon Tower by Clark Ashton Smith.

64). Sinbad, It Was Not Well to Brag by Clark Ashton Smith.

63). Shapes in the Sunset by Clark Ashton Smith.

62). Seeker by Clark Ashton Smith.

61). The Poet Talks with the Biographers by Clark Ashton Smith.

60). The Old Water-Wheel by Clark Ashton Smith.

59). O Golden-Tongued Romance by Clark Ashton Smith.

58). Not Theirs the Cypress-Arch by Clark Ashton Smith.

57). "Not Altogether Sleep" by Clark Ashton Smith.

56). Malediction by Clark Ashton Smith.

55). The Isle of Saturn by Clark Ashton Smith.

54). High Surf by Clark Ashton Smith.

53). Hesperian Fall by Clark Ashton Smith.

52). Hellenic Sequel by Clark Ashton Smith.

51). Eros of Ebony by Clark Ashton Smith.

50). Don Quixote on Market Street by Clark Ashton Smith.

49). Dominium in Excelsis by Clark Ashton Smith.

48). The Dark Chateau by Clark Ashton Smith.

47). The Cypress by José A. Calcaño. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

46). Cambion by Clark Ashton Smith.

45). Calenture by Clark Ashton Smith.

44). The Complete Chronicles of Conan by Robert E. Howard. Edited by Stephen Jones. Illustrated by Les Edwards.

43). Robert E. Howard and Conan by Stephen Jones.

42). The Hall of the Dead by Robert E. Howard.[1]

41). The Hand of Nergal by Robert E. Howard.[1]

40). The Snout in the Dark by Robert E. Howard.[1]

39). Wolves Beyond the Border by Robert E. Howard.[1]

38). The Vale of Lost Women by Robert E. Howard.[1]

37). Drums of Tombalku by Robert E. Howard.[1]

36). Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's "Learned" by Lena Dunham.[1]

35). The Black Stranger by Robert E. Howard.[1]

34). The God in the Bowl by Robert E. Howard.[1]

33). L'oubli rouge by Souheil Mellah.

32). Notes on Various Peoples of Hyborian Age by Lee N. Falconer.

31). Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain by Oliver Sacks.[1]

30). Am I a bad feminist? by Margaret Atwood.

29). Catacomb by Henry Melton. Illustrated by Larry Day.

28). Inglaf's Dream by Ama Darr Rogan. Illustrated by Valerie A. Valusek.

27). The Lost Diaries of Adrian Mole, 1999-2001 by Sue Townsend.

26). Stop asking me 'what about men?' by Jessica Eaton.

25). Ivanhoe: A Romance by Sir Walter Scott.[1]

24). A half-blind communist with a sharp eye for the future. Marinus van der Lubbe (1909-1934) and his Reichstag Fire by Joep de Visser.

23). Tonya Harding, My Star by Sufjan Stevens.

22). The Worst and the Dumbest by Paul Krugman.

21). Invasion of the Space Invaders: An Addict's Guide to Battle Tactics, Big Scores and the Best Machines by Martin Amis. Introduction by Steven Spielberg.

20). Father Christmas's Fake Beard by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

19). The Twelve Gifts of Christmas by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

18). The Abominable Snow-baby by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

17). Judgement Day for Father Christmas by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

16). The Weatherchick by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

15). Good King Wences-lost by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

14). The Computer Who Wrote to Father Christmas by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

13). A Very Short Ice Age by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

12). Prod-Ye-A'Diddle Oh! by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

11). The Blackbury Pie by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

10). Father Christmas's Fake Beard by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

9). The Alt-Right's Asian Fetish by Audrea Lim.

8). Desperate Acts by Gordon Linzner. Illustrated by Denis Beauvais.

7). The Wendigo by Theodore Roosevelt.

6). Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr..[1]

5). The Gun that Shot Too Straight by Ralph Roberts. Illustrated by Peter Berryman.

4). Fortunes of a Fool by Nicholas Yermakov. Illustrated by Ernest Yates.

3). Eira by Josepha Sherman. Illustrated by Atanielle Annyn Noël.

2). Dear F*cking Lunatic: An open letter to Donald Trump by Aldous J. Pennyfarthing.

1). Johnny and the Bomb by Terry Pratchett.[1]

2017 (170/1414)

Desember (12/59)

1584). The Invisible Hook: How Pirate Society Proves Economic Self-Interest Wrong by David Sloan Wilson.

1583). Johhny and the Dead by Terry Pratchett.[1]

1582). Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion by Izabella St. James.[1]

1581). Goðheimar 8: Brisingamenið eftir Henning Kure og Peter Madsen ásamt Hans-Rancke Madsen og Per Vadmand. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni.

1580). Er þetta frétt? eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

1579). The F!$@ing History of Swearing by Anna-Maria Kiosse.

1578). Swearing as a Response to Pain: An Experiment by Andrew Kingston, John Atkins, and Richard Stephens.

1577). A Conversation with Dr. Aman: David Templeton talks to Maledictologist and editor of Maledicta Magazine Dr. Aman by David Templeton.

1576). Why We Curse: Extract of the Psycho Social Theory of Speech by Dr. Timothy Jay.

1575). The Science of Swearing: A look into the human mind & other less socially acceptable four letter words by Michelle Drew.

1574). Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television: The transcript of George Carlin's famous monologue "Filthy Words" by George Carlin.[1]

1573). The Origin of the Middle Finger by Anna-Maria Kiosse.

1572). Hand Gestures: History and Usage by Anna-Maria Kiosse.

1571). The Antiquity of Swearing: Extract of the book "The Anatomy of Swearing" by Ashley Montagu.

1570). The Multi-Dimensional Caper by Mark Acres. Illustrated by John L. Gilmore.

1569). The Rune and the Dragon by Lawrence Watt-Evans. Illustrated by Phyllis Andersen.

1568). Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison with Leslie Bruce.[1]

1567). The Consent of the (Un)governed by Laurie Penny.

1566). Moly by Clark Ashton Smith.

1565). Do You Forget, Enchantress? by Clark Ashton Smith.

1564). Pour Chercher du Nouveau by Clark Ashton Smith.

1563). Fragment by Clark Ashton Smith.

1562). The Nameless Wraith by Clark Ashton Smith.

1561). The Blindness of Orion by Clark Ashton Smith.

1560). Resurrection by Clark Ashton Smith.

1559). Omniety by Clark Ashton Smith.

1558). Midnight Beach by Clark Ashton Smith.

1557). Dialogue by Clark Ashton Smith.

1556). Some Blind Eidolon by Clark Ashton Smith.

1555). The Hill of Dionysus by Clark Ashton Smith.

1554). Witch Dance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1553). The Sorceror to His Love by Clark Ashton Smith.

1552). Interim by Clark Ashton Smith.

1551). Lamia by Clark Ashton Smith.

1550). Bacchante by Clark Ashton Smith.

1549). The Prophet Speaks by Clark Ashton Smith.

1548). Farewell to Eros by Clark Ashton Smith.

1547). To Howard Phillips Lovecraft by Clark Ashton Smith.

1546). Song of the Necromancer by Clark Ashton Smith.

1545). Sandalwood by Clark Ashton Smith.

1544). Outlanders by Clark Ashton Smith.

1543). Desert Dweller by Clark Ashton Smith.

1542). The Outer Land by Clark Ashton Smith.

1541). October by Clark Ashton Smith.

1540). In Thessaly by Clark Ashton Smith.

1539). Necromancy by Clark Ashton Smith.

1538). In Slumber by Clark Ashton Smith.

1537). Revenant by Clark Ashton Smith.

1536). A Dream of the Abyss by Clark Ashton Smith.

1535). Dunkle Zee by Troy Denning. Illustrated by Jim Holloway.

1534). Key to Ramali by Ardath Mayhar. Illustrated by Mark Nelson.

1533). Cat Person by Kristen Roupenian.[1]

1532). Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground, 1981–1991 by Michael Azerrad.[1]

1531). Simon Sidekick by John E. Stith. Illustrated by Jerry Eaton.

1530). Mzee by Charles R. Saunders. Illustrated by Jerry Eaton.

1529). A Stone's Throw Away by Roger E. Moore.

1528). Valkyrie Settlement by Susan Shwartz. Illustrated by Lora Louise Freeland.

1527). Master of the Winds by Sharon Lee. Illustrated by Steve Swenston.

1526). The Test of the Twins by Margaret Weis.

1525). Windwolf by Earl S. Wajenberg. Illustrated by Daniel Buckley.

1524). In the Cleft of Queens by Esther M. Leiper.

1523). The Collectors: A His Dark Materials Story by Philip Pullman.

1522). The Last Hero by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Paul Kidby.[1]

1521). No Is Not Enough: Resisting the New Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need by Naomi Klein.

1520). Er þetta ekki bara fínt? eftir Guðmund Steingrímsson.

1519). The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction by Ursula K. Le Guin.

1518). My Lousy Children Are Both Fake Geeks by Robert Jackson Bennett.

1517). The Establishment: And How They Get Away with It by Owen Jones.[1]

1516). The Solitude of Latin America by Gabriel Garcia Márquez.[1]

1515). Hard Core: Power, Pleasure, and the "Frenzy of the Visible" by Linda Williams.

1514). The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands by Stephen King.[1]

Nóvember (17/108)

1513). Ábyrgð Katrínar eftir Birgittu Jónsdóttur.

1512). The True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole, Margaret Hilda Roberts, and Susan Lilian Townsend by Sue Townsend.[1]

1511). The Epochal Consequences of Woodrow Wilson's War by David Stockman.

1510). Why There Is No Peace on Earth by David Stockman.

1509). A Whisper of Caladan Seas by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson.[1]

1508). Dune Genesis by Frank Herbert.

1507). Opið bréf til Gísla, Eiríks og Helga sem eru að reyna að hnoða saman ríkisstjórn eftir Kára Stefánsson.

1506). The Roumanian Question by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1505). The Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1504). The Enemy by Christopher Hitchens.

1503). The Short-Short Story of Mankind by John Steinbeck.

1502). Nightmare Abbey by Thomas Love Peacock.[1]

1501). Through the Shaving Mirror; or How We Abolished the Future by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1500). Furniture by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1499). The Adventure of the Dorset Street Lodger by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1498). The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving.[1]

1497). Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving.[1]

1496). The World of Poo by Terry Pratchett.[1]

1495). Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Skottie Young.

1494). The Ghost Warriors by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1493). Valperga: or, the Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca by Mary Shelley.[1]

1492). The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.

1491). The Dangerous Alphabet by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Gris Grimly.

1490). The Odyssey of Sexton Blake by Michael Moorcock.

1489). The Case of the Nazi Canary by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1488). Mad Girl's Love Song by Sylvia Plath.[1]

1487). Tröllin bakvið tjöldin eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

1486). The Affair of the Bassin Les Hivers by Michael Moorcock.[1]

1485). The Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto Musashi.[1]

1484). Björk: 'People miss the jokes. A lot of it is me taking the piss out of myself' by Miranda Sawyer.

1483). Bless, Sigmundur Davíð eftir Sögu Garðarsdóttur.

1482). Vallista by Steven Brust.[1]

1481). Gombri eftir Elínu Eddu.[1]

1480). Mark Twain's Speeches by Mark Twain. Introduction by William Dean Howells.

1479). Seventieth Birthday by Mark Twain.

1478). The St. Louis Harbor-Boat "Mark Twain" by Mark Twain.

1477). Princeton by Mark Twain.

1476). About London by Mark Twain.

1475). Americans and the English by Mark Twain.

1474). Independence Day by Mark Twain.

1473). The Day We Celebrate by Mark Twain.

1472). When in Doubt, Tell the Truth by Mark Twain.

1471). General Miles and the Dog by Mark Twain.

1470). The Savage Club Dinner by Mark Twain.

1469). The Ascot Gold Cup by Mark Twain.

1468). To the Whitefriars by Mark Twain.

1467). Sixty-Seventh Birthday by Mark Twain.

1466). An Undelivered Speech by Mark Twain.

1465). Welcome Home by Mark Twain.

1464). On Poetry, Veracity, and Suicide by Mark Twain.

1463). Carnegie the Benefactor by Mark Twain.

1462). Business by Mark Twain.

1461). Missouri University Speech by Mark Twain.

1460). Dr. Mark Twain, Farmeopath by Mark Twain.

1459). In Aid of the Blind by Mark Twain.

1458). Copyright by Mark Twain.

1457). Lotos Club Dinner in Honor of Mark Twain by Mark Twain.

1456). Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott.[1]

1455). Fulton Day, Jamestown by Mark Twain.

1454). Robert Fulton Fund by Mark Twain.

1453). Watterson and Twain as Rebels by Mark Twain.

1452). Russian Sufferers by Mark Twain.

1451). Russian Republic by Mark Twain.

1450). Charity and Actors by Mark Twain.

1449). San Francisco Earthquake by Mark Twain.

1448). Galveston Orphan Bazaar by Mark Twain.

1447). Statistics by Mark Twain.

1446). An Ideal French Address by Mark Twain.

1445). The Union Right or Wrong by Mark Twain.

1444). Billiards by Mark Twain.

1443). Cigars and Tobacco by Mark Twain.

1442). Obituary Poetry by Mark Twain.

1441). Cats and Candy by Mark Twain.

1440). Mistaken Identity: Address at the Annual "Ladies' Day," Papyrus Club, Boston by Mark Twain.

1439). Water-Supply by Mark Twain.

1438). Osteopathy by Mark Twain.

1437). Accident Insurance—Etc. by Mark Twain.

1436). Joan of Arc by Mark Twain.

1435). Albion by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by George Freeman, Peter Guzman, Richard Friend, Sandra Hope-Archer, and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1434). Albion #6: Waiting for the Great Leap Forward by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman, Peter Guzman, and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1433). Albion #5: How I Wrote Elastic Man by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman, Peter Guzman, and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1432). Albion #4: Jus' a Rascal by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1431). Albion #3: Don't Start Me Talking by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman, Sandra Hope-Archer, and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1430). Albion #2: Strange Doors that We Never Closed Again by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman, Richard Friend, and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1429). Albion #1: No Future in England's Dreaming by Alan Moore, John Mark Reppion, and Leah Moore. Illustrated by George Freeman and Shane Ivan Oakley.[1]

1428). A Disease of Language by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell.[1]

1427). Works on Paper: Preliminary Drawings for Snakes and Ladders by Eddie Campbell.

1426). Alan Moore Interviewed by Eddie Campbell.

1425). Snakes and Ladders: A Diversion for Wet Afternoons by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Eddie Campbell.

1424). The Birth Caul by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Eddie Campbell.

1423). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1422). The New Traveller's Almanac by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1421). Queen Victoria by Mark Twain.

1420). Morals and Memory by Mark Twain.

1419). "Mark Twain's First Appearance" by Mark Twain.

1418). Hvenær er í lagi að brjóta reglur? eftir Rut Guðnadóttur.

1417). Að einsetja sér að gera betur! eftir Helgu Baldvins Bjargar.

1416). What Experts Know About Men Who Rape by Heather Murphy.

1415). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #6: "You Should See Me Dance the Polka..." by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1414). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #5: Red in Tooth and Claw by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1413). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #4: All Creatures Great and Small by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1412). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #3: And the Dawn Comes Up Like Thunder by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1411). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #2: People of Other Lands by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1410). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume II #1: Phases of Deimos by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1409). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1408). Allan and the Sundered Veil by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1407). Booksellers by Mark Twain.

1406). Authors' Club by Mark Twain.

1405). Books and Burglars by Mark Twain.

1404). Spelling and Pictures by Mark Twain.

1403). The New York Press Club Dinner by Mark Twain.

1402). Disappearance of Literature by Mark Twain.

1401). Literature by Mark Twain.

1400). Reading-Room Opening by Mark Twain.

1399). Society of American Authors by Mark Twain.

1398). The Old-Fashioned Printer by Mark Twain.

1397). Rogers and Railroads by Mark Twain.

1396). Dinner to Whitelaw Reid by Mark Twain.

1395). Introducing Nye and Riley by Mark Twain.

1394). Dinner to Hamilton W. Mabie by Mark Twain.

1393). Henry Irving by Mark Twain.

1392). Dinner to Mr. Jerome by Mark Twain.

1391). Henry M. Stanley by Mark Twain.

1390). On Stanley and Livingstone by Mark Twain.

1389). Content and Consciousness by Daniel C. Dennett.[1]

Október (24/233)

1388). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #6: The Day of Be-With-Us. by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1387). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #5: "Some Deep, Organizing Power..." by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1386). The White Negro by Norman Mailer.[1]

1385). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #4: Gods of Annihilation by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1384). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #3: Mysteries of the East by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1383). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #2: Ghosts & Miracles by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1382). The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume I #1: Empire Dreams by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.[1]

1381). Where Do Harvey Weinsteins Come From? by Jennifer L. Pozner.

1380). The Sandman: The Dream Hunters by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano.[1]

1379). The Books of Magic by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Roger Zelazny. Illustrated by Charles Vess, John Bolton, Paul Johnson, and Scott Hampton.[1][2]

1378). The Books of Magic Book IV: The Road to Nowhere by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Paul Johnson.[1]

1377). The Books of Magic Book III: The Land of Summer's Twilight by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Charles Vess.[1]

1376). The Books of Magic Book II: The Shadow World by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Scott Hampton.[1]

1375). The Books of Magic Book I: The Invisible Labyrinth by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by John Bolton.[1]

1374). Death: The Time of Your Life by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Claire Danes. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo, Mark Buckingham, and Mark Pennington.[1]

1373). Death: The Time of Your Life #3: The Time of Your Life by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mark Buckingham and Mark Pennington.[1]

1372). Death: The Time of Your Life #2: Chapter Two: Imaginary Solutions by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo, Mark Buckingham, and Mark Pennington.[1]

1371). Death: The Time of Your Life #1: Chapter One: Things You Just Do When You're Bored by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham.[1]

1370). The Sandman Volume 10: The Wake by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Mikal Gilmore. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Charles Vess, John Ridgway, Jon J Muth, and Michael Zulli.[1]

1369). The Sandman #75: The Tempest by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Charles Vess, John Ridgway, and Michael Zulli.[1]

1368). The Sandman #74: Exiles by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jon J Muth.[1]

1367). The Sandman #73: An Epilogue, Sunday Mourning by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli.[1]

1366). The Sandman #72: Chapter 3, In Which We Wake by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli.[1]

1365). The Sandman #71: Chapter 2, In Which a Wake is Held by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli.[1]

1364). The Sandman #70: Chapter 1, Which Occurs in the Wake of What Has Gone Before by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli.[1]

1363). The Sandman Volume 9: The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Frank McConnell. Illustrated by Charles Vess, D'Israeli, Dean Ormston, Glyn Dillon, Kevin Nowlan, Marc Hempel, Richard Case, and Teddy Kristiansen.[1]

1362). The Sandman #69: The Kindly Ones: 13 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel.[1]

1361). The Sandman #68: The Kindly Ones: 12 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel and Richard Case.[1]

1360). The Sandman #67: The Kindly Ones: 11 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel and Richard Case.[1]

1359). The Sandman #66: The Kindly Ones: 10 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel and Richard Case.[1]

1358). The Sandman #65: The Kindly Ones: 9 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel and Richard Case.[1]

1357). The Sandman #64: The Kindly Ones: 8 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen.[1]

1356). The Sandman #63: The Kindly Ones: 7 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel.[1]

1355). The Sandman #62: The Kindly Ones: 6 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Charles Vess, Dean Ormston, and Glyn Dillon.[1]

1354). The Sandman #61: The Kindly Ones: 5 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by D'Israeli and Marc Hempel.[1]

1353). The Sandman #60: The Kindly Ones: 4 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by D'Israeli and Marc Hempel.[1]

1352). The Sandman #59: The Kindly Ones: 3 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by D'Israeli and Marc Hempel.[1]

1351). The Sandman #58: The Kindly Ones: 2 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by D'Israeli and Marc Hempel.[1]

1350). The Sandman #57: The Kindly Ones: 1 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Marc Hempel.[1]

1349). The Sandman Vertigo Jam #1: The Castle (Prologue) by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kevin Nowlan.[1]

1348). The Sandman Volume 8: Worlds' End by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Stephen King. Illustrated by Alec Stevens, Bryan Talbot, Dick Giordano, Gary Amaro, John Watkiss, Mark Buckingham, Michael Allred, Michael Zulli, Shea Anton Pensa, Steve Leialoha, Tony Harris, and Vince Locke.[1]

1347). The Sandman #56: Worlds' End by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Dick Giordano, Gary Amaro, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, and Tony Harris.[1]

1346). The Sandman #55: Cerements by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Mark Buckingham, Shea Anton Pensa, and Vince Locke.[1]

1345). The Sandman #54: The Golden Boy by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Mark Buckingham, and Michael Allred.[1]

1344). The Sandman #53: Hob's Leviathan by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Dick Giordano, Mark Buckingham, and Michael Zulli.[1]

1343). The Sandman #52: Cluracan's Tale by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, John Watkiss, and Mark Buckingham.[1]

1342). The Sandman #51: A Tale of Two Cities by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Alec Stevens, Bryan Talbot, and Mark Buckingham.[1]

1341). The Sandman Volume 7: Brief Lives by Neil Gaiman. Afterword by Peter Straub. Illustrated by Dick Giordano, Jill Thompson, and Vince Locke.[1]

1340). On Mortality and Change by Peter Straub.

1339). The Sandman #49: Brief Lives - Chapter 9 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1338). The Sandman #48: Brief Lives - Chapter 8 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1337). The Sandman #47: Brief Lives - Chapter 7 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dick Giordano, Jill Thompson, and Vince Locke.[1]

1336). The Sandman #46: Brief Lives - Chapter 6 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1335). Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work by Paul Babiak and Robert D. Hare.[1]

1334). Why I Am Not a Socialist by G. K. Chesterton.

1333). Why I Believe in Christianity by G. K. Chesterton.

1332). Christianity and Rationalism by G. K. Chesterton.

1331). A Child of the Snows by G. K. Chesterton.

1330). The Sandman #45: Brief Lives - Chapter 5 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1329). The Sandman #44: Brief Lives - Chapter 4 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1328). The Sandman #43: Brief Lives - Chapter 3 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1327). The Sandman #42: Brief Lives - Chapter 2 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1326). The Sandman #41: Brief Lives - Chapter 1 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1325). The Sandman Volume 6: Fables and Reflections by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Gene Wolfe. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Dick Giordano, Duncan Eagleson, Jill Thompson, John Watkiss, Kent Williams, Mark Buckingham, P. Craig Russell, Shawn McManus, Stan Woch, and Vince Locke.[1]

1324). The Sandman #50: Distant Mirrors - Ramadan by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by P. Craig Russell.[1]

1323). The Sandman #40: Convergence - The Parliament of Rooks by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jill Thompson and Vince Locke.[1]

1322). The Sandman: The Song of Orpheus by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot and Mark Buckingham.[1]

1321). The Sandman #39: Convergence - Soft Places by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by John Watkiss.[1]

1320). The Sandman #30: Distant Mirrors - August by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot and Stan Woch.[1]

1319). The Sandman #38: Convergence - The Hunt by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Duncan Eagleson and Vince Locke.[1]

1318). The Sandman #29: Distant Mirrors - Thermidor by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dick Giordano and Stan Woch.[1]

1317). The Sandman #31: Distant Mirrors - Three Septembers and a January by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Shawn McManus.[1]

1316). Dragons at Crumbling Castle and Other Stories by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

1315). Father Christmas Goes to Work at the Zoo by Terry Pratchett.

1314). The Blackbury Monster by Terry Pratchett.

1313). The Abominable Snowman by Terry Pratchett.

1312). The 59A Bus Goes Back in Time by Terry Pratchett.

1311). Edwo the Boring Knight by Terry Pratchett.

1310). The Great Egg-Dancing Championship by Terry Pratchett.

1309). Another Tale of the Carpet People by Terry Pratchett.

1308). Harvey Weinstein and the Economics of Consent by Brit Marling.

1307). The Big Race by Terry Pratchett.

1306). Dok the Caveman by Terry Pratchett.

1305). Hercules the Tortoise by Terry Pratchett.

1304). Þorum við að vera við? eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

1303). Wedding Thoughts: All I Know About Love by Neil Gaiman.

1302). The Sandman Vertigo Preview: Fear of Falling by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kent Williams.[1]

1301). The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King.[1]

1300). Nokkrar hugleiðingar um rasista og mataræði þeirra eftir Björn Teitsson.

1299). Tales of the Carpet People by Terry Pratchett.

1298). Hunt the Snorry by Terry Pratchett.

1297). The Sandman Volume 5: A Game of You by Neil Gaiman. Preface by Samuel R. Delaney. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Colleen Doran, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, Shawn McManus, and Stan Woch.[1]

1296). Skerries of Dreams: A Preface by Samuel R. Delaney.

1295). The Sandman #37: I Woke Up and One of Us Was Crying by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Shawn McManus.[1]

1294). The Sandman #36: Over the Sea to Sky by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Bryan Talbot, Shawn McManus, and Stan Woch.[1]

1293). The Sandman #35: Beginning to See the Light by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Shawn McManus.[1]

1292). The Sandman #34: Bad Moon Rising by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Colleen Doran, Dick Giordano, and George Pratt.[1]

1291). The Sandman #33: Lullabies of Broadway by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Shawn McManus.[1]

1290). The Sandman #32: Slaughter on Fifth Avenue by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Shawn McManus.[1]

1289). The Ordeal by Atanielle Annyn Noël.

1288). The Great Speck by Terry Pratchett.

1287). Dragons at Crumbling Castle by Terry Pratchett.

1286). The Sandman Volume 4: Season of Mists by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Harlan Ellison. Illustrated by Dick Giordano, George Pratt, Kelley Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Mike Dringenberg, and P. Craig Russell.[1]

1285). The Sandman #28: Season of Mists: Epilogue by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by George Pratt and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1284). The Sandman #27: Season of Mists: Chapter 6 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dick Giordano and Kelley Jones.[1]

1283). The Sandman #26: Season of Mists: Chapter 5 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by George Pratt and Kelley Jones.[1]

1282). The Sandman #25: Season of Mists: Chapter 4 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Matt Wagner.[1]

1281). The Sandman #24: Season of Mists: Chapter 3 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kelley Jones and P. Craig Russell.[1]

1280). The Sandman #23: Season of Mists: Chapter 2 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kelley Jones and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1279). The Sandman #22: Season of Mists: Chapter 1 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kelley Jones and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1278). The Sandman #21: Season of Mists: A Prologue by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1277). In the South by Salman Rushdie.

1276). Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood.

1275). Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel.[1]

1274). Jungle Twilight by Clark Ashton Smith.

1273). Song at Evenfall by Clark Ashton Smith.

1272). Shadows by Clark Ashton Smith.

1271). September by Clark Ashton Smith.

1270). Ougabalys by Clark Ashton Smith.

1269). Nyctalops by Clark Ashton Smith.

1268). The Nightmare Tarn by Clark Ashton Smith.

1267). Fantaisie D'antan by Clark Ashton Smith.

1266). Exorcism by Clark Ashton Smith.

1265). Connaissance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1264). What the Little Old Ladies Feel: How I told my mother about my memoir by Alison Bechdel.

1263). The Man Stopped by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Gennady Barabtarlo.

1262). Natasha by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Dmitri Nabokov.

1261). The Sandman Volume 3: Dream Country by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Steve Erickson. Illustrated by Charles Vess, Colleen Doran, Kelley Jones, and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1260). The Sandman #20: Façade by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Colleen Doran and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1259). The Sandman #19: A Midsummer Night's Dream by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Charles Vess.[1]

1258). The Sandman #18: A Dream of a Thousand Cats by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kelley Jones and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1257). The Sandman #17: Calliope by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Kelley Jones and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1256). The Sandman Volume 2: The Doll's House by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Clive Barker. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg, and Steve Parkhouse.[1]

1255). The Sandman #16: Lost Hearts by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1254). The Sandman #15: Into the Night by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1253). The Lottery by Shirley Jackson.[1]

1252). The Sandman #14: Collectors by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1251). The Sandman #13: Men of Good Fortune by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Zulli and Steve Parkhouse.[1]

1250). The Sandman #12: Playing House by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo and Malcolm Jones III.[1]

1249). The Sandman #11: Moving In by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1248). Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years by Sue Townsend.[1]

1247). Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1]

1246). MirrorMask by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1]

1245). How the Marquis Got His Coat Back by Neil Gaiman.

1244). The Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1]

1243). The Sandman #10: The Doll's House by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1242). The Sandman #9: Tales in the Sand by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

1241). The Dinner to Mr. Choate by Mark Twain.

1240). Courage by Mark Twain.

1239). Education and Citizenship by Mark Twain.

1238). Public Education Association by Mark Twain.

1237). The Blade Artist by Irvine Welsh.[1]

1236). University Settlement Society by Mark Twain.

1235). Layman's Sermon by Mark Twain.

1234). Childe Rowland by Joseph Jacobs.[1]

1233). Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came by Robert Browning.[1]

1232). Melmoth the Wanderer by Charles Maturin.[1]

1231). Theoretical Morals by Mark Twain.

1230). China and the Philippines by Mark Twain.

1229). Municipal Government by Mark Twain.

1228). Municipal Corruption by Mark Twain.

1227). The Cowboy Hávamál translated by Jackson Crawford.

1226). Tammany and Croker by Mark Twain.

1225). Taxes and Morals by Mark Twain.

1224). Caught in the Revolution: Petrograd 1917 by Helen Rappaport.

1223). Advice to Girls by Mark Twain.

1222). Woman—An Opinion by Mark Twain.

1221). Votes for Women by Mark Twain.

1220). Woman's Press Club by Mark Twain.

1219). A Village After Dark by Kazuo Ishiguro.

1218). Republicans, Trapped by Their Flimflam by Paul Krugman.

1217). On Girls [...] by Mark Twain.

1216). College Girls by Mark Twain.

1215). Dress Reform and Copyright by Mark Twain.

1214). The Dress of Civilized Woman by Mark Twain.

1213). Daly Theatre by Mark Twain.

1212). Warning by Clark Ashton Smith.

1211). Temporality by Clark Ashton Smith.

1210). To Antares by Clark Ashton Smith.

1209). After Armageddon by Clark Ashton Smith.

1208). To George Sterling: A Valediction by Clark Ashton Smith.

1207). The Envoys by Clark Ashton Smith.

1206). The Saturnienne by Clark Ashton Smith.

1205). Query by Clark Ashton Smith.

1204). Ode (O) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1203). Minatory by Clark Ashton Smith.

1202). Maya by Clark Ashton Smith.

1201). Loss by Clark Ashton Smith.

1200). Interrogation by Clark Ashton Smith.

1199). Incognita by Clark Ashton Smith.

1198). The Ennuye by Clark Ashton Smith.

1197). Enigma by Clark Ashton Smith.

1196). Enchanted Mirrors by Clark Ashton Smith.

1195). Doubtful Skies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

1194). Consolation by Clark Ashton Smith.

1193). Remembrance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1192). Plum-Flowers by Clark Ashton Smith.

1191). Nightfall by Clark Ashton Smith.

1190). A Meeting by Clark Ashton Smith.

1189). The Last Oblivion by Clark Ashton Smith.

1188). Immortelle by Clark Ashton Smith.

1187). Estrangement by Clark Ashton Smith.

1186). A Catch by Clark Ashton Smith.

1185). Apologia by Clark Ashton Smith.

1184). Adventure by Clark Ashton Smith.

1183). Pudd'nhead Wilson Dramatized by Mark Twain.

1182). Poets as Policemen by Mark Twain.

1181). The Educational Theatre by Mark Twain.

1180). Educating Theatre-Goers by Mark Twain.

1179). Our Children and Great Discoveries by Mark Twain.

1178). The Babies by Mark Twain.

1177). Women, Pop Music, and Pornography by Meredith LeVande.

1176). The Complexity of Songs by Donald E. Knuth.[1]

1175). You Are Not Beautiful by Clark Ashton Smith.

1174). The Witch with Eyes of Amber by Clark Ashton Smith.

1173). The Wingless Archangels by Clark Ashton Smith.

1172). We Shall Meet (I) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1171). A Valediction by Clark Ashton Smith.

1170). The Song of Cartha by Clark Ashton Smith.

1169). The Song of Aviol by Clark Ashton Smith.

1168). Song (Vagrant) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1167). Semblance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1166). Selenique by Clark Ashton Smith.

1165). The Secret by Clark Ashton Smith.

1164). The Sea-Gods by Clark Ashton Smith.

1163). On the Canyon-Side by Clark Ashton Smith.

1162). On Re-Reading Baudelaire by Clark Ashton Smith.

1161). Moon-Dawn by Clark Ashton Smith.

1160). Metaphor by Clark Ashton Smith.

1159). The Love-Potion by Clark Ashton Smith.

1158). The Funeral Urn by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

1157). Forgotten Sorrow by Clark Ashton Smith.

1156). The End of Autumn by Clark Ashton Smith.

1155). Duality by Clark Ashton Smith.

1154). Don Juan Sings by Clark Ashton Smith.

1153). Dolor of Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

1152). Dissidence by Clark Ashton Smith.

1151). Departure by Clark Ashton Smith.

1150). December by Clark Ashton Smith.

1149). Contradiction by Clark Ashton Smith.

1148). Change by Clark Ashton Smith.

1147). Chance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1146). By the River by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

1145). Brumal by Clark Ashton Smith.

1144). The Barrier by Clark Ashton Smith.

1143). Autumn Orchards by Clark Ashton Smith.

1142). August by Clark Ashton Smith.

1141). Alienage by Clark Ashton Smith.

1140). Afterwards by Clark Ashton Smith.

1139). The Weather by Mark Twain.

1138). Unconscious Plagiarism by Mark Twain.

1137). A New German Word by Mark Twain.

1136). German for the Hungarians by Mark Twain.

1135). Die Schrecken der Deutschen Sprache (The Horrors of the German Language) by Mark Twain.

1134). Dedication Speech by Mark Twain.

1133). Books, Authors, and Hats by Mark Twain.

1132). Compliments and Degrees by Mark Twain.

September (8/62)

1131). The Vultures of Whapeton by Robert E. Howard.

1130). Jafnræðisrmennskan eftir Jean-Rémi Chareyre.

1129). Haustljóð eftir Berg Ebba Benediktsson.

1128). I helped create the GOP tax myth. Trump is wrong: Tax cuts don't equal growth by Bruce Bartlett.

1127). Boot-Hill Payoff by Robert E. Howard.

1126). While Smoke Rolled by Robert E. Howard.

1125). Texas John Alden by Robert E. Howard.

1124). The Conquerin' Hero of the Humbolts by Robert E. Howard.

1123). No Cowherders Wanted by Robert E. Howard.

1122). How Dick Gregory Forced the FBI to Find the Bodies of Three Civil Rights Workers Slain in Mississippi by David Dennis, Jr..

1121). You Are Not a Rebel by Laurie Penny.

1120). Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrims by Mark Twain.

1119). The Story of a Speech by Mark Twain.

1118). Gaslýsing eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

1117). Cruelty, Incompetence and Lies by Paul Krugman.

1116). Hneykslið í hneykslinu eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

1115). High Horse Rampage by Robert E. Howard.

1114). Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman.

1113). Hin vammlausu eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

1112). Is Fascism Back? by Robert O. Paxton.

1111). The Five Stages of Fascism by Robert O. Paxton.

1110). Evil Deeds at Red Cougar by Robert E. Howard.

1109). Pistol Politics by Robert E. Howard.

1108). Pilgrims to the Pecos by Robert E. Howard.

1107). The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James George Frazer.[1]

1106). Karlmaður í kventíma eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

1105). The Apache Mountain War by Robert E. Howard.

1104). In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl's Journey to Freedom by Maryanne Vollers and Yeonmi Park.

1103). The Riot at Cougar Paw by Robert E. Howard.

1102). Dear John: A Letter from an Advocate to the Men Who Buy Women for "Sex" by Rebecca Kotz.

1101). A Gent from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.[1]

1100). When Bear Creek Came to Chawed Ear by Robert E. Howard.

1099). War on Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.

1098). Educate or Bust by Robert E. Howard.

1097). The Haunted Mountain by Robert E. Howard.

1096). Cupid from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.

1095). The Scalp Hunter by Robert E. Howard.

1094). The Road to Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.

1093). The Feud Buster by Robert E. Howard.

1092). A Gent from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.

1091). Guns of the Mountains by Robert E. Howard.

1090). Meet Cap'n Kidd by Robert E. Howard.

1089). Mountain Man by Robert E. Howard.

1088). Striped Shirts and Busted Hearts by Robert E. Howard.

1087). Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr..[1]

1086). The View from the East by Peter Frankopan.

1085). The Very Bad Economics of Killing DACA by Paul Krugman.

1084). InterWorld by Michael Reaves and Neil Gaiman.[1]

1083). Fuck You and Die: An Oral History of Something Awful by Taylor Wofford.

1082). Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman.

1081). Black Dog by Neil Gaiman.

1080). In Relig Odhráin by Neil Gaiman.

1079). Witch Work by Neil Gaiman.

1078). The Sleeper and the Spindle: by Neil Gaiman.

1077). Observing the Formalities by Neil Gaiman.

1076). Feminine Endings by Neil Gaiman.

1075). Diamonds and Pearls: A Fairy Tale by Neil Gaiman.

1074). Nothing O'Clock by Neil Gaiman.

1073). "And Weep, Like Alexander" by Neil Gaiman.

1072). Jerusalem by Neil Gaiman.

1071). The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury by Neil Gaiman.

1070). The Case of Death and Honey by Neil Gaiman.

1069). A Calendar of Tales by Neil Gaiman.

1068). Orange by Neil Gaiman.

1067). Adventure Story by Neil Gaiman.

1066). My Last Landlady by Neil Gaiman.

1065). The Thing About Cassandra by Neil Gaiman.

1064). A Lunar Labyrinth by Neil Gaiman.

1063). Making a Chair by Neil Gaiman.

1062). The Sex Lives of Siamese Twins by Irvine Welsh.[1]

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1061). Psalm by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

1060). The Witch in the Graveyard by Clark Ashton Smith.

1059). Winter Moonlight (The) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1058). Winter Moonlight (I) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1057). Union by Clark Ashton Smith.

1056). Twilight on the Snow by Clark Ashton Smith.

1055). Triple Aspect by Clark Ashton Smith.

1054). Transcendence by Clark Ashton Smith.

1053). To the Chimera by Clark Ashton Smith.

1052). To the Beloved by Clark Ashton Smith.

1051). Symbols by Clark Ashton Smith.

1050). Solution by Clark Ashton Smith.

1049). Satiety (Dear) by Clark Ashton Smith.

1048). Rosa Mystica by Clark Ashton Smith.

1047). Requiescat by Clark Ashton Smith.

1046). Recompense by Clark Ashton Smith.

1045). Quest by Clark Ashton Smith.

1044). A Psalm to the Best Beloved by Clark Ashton Smith.

1043). A Precept by Clark Ashton Smith.

1042). The Orchid of Beauty by Clark Ashton Smith.

1041). November Twilight by Clark Ashton Smith.

1040). Nightmare by Clark Ashton Smith.

1039). The Motes by Clark Ashton Smith.

1038). The Mirrors of Beauty by Clark Ashton Smith.

1037). Mirrors by Clark Ashton Smith.

1036). Mirage by Clark Ashton Smith.

1035). The Melancholy Pool by Clark Ashton Smith.

1034). Love Malevolent by Clark Ashton Smith.

1033). Love Is Not Yours, Love Is Not Mine by Clark Ashton Smith.

1032). The Land of Evil Stars by Clark Ashton Smith.

1031). The Kingdom of Shadows by Clark Ashton Smith.

1030). Inheritance by Clark Ashton Smith.

1029). The Infinite Quest by Clark Ashton Smith.

1028). Impression by Clark Ashton Smith.

1027). Image by Clark Ashton Smith.

1026). The Hope of the Infinite by Clark Ashton Smith.

1025). The Hidden Paradise by Clark Ashton Smith.

1024). Haunting by Clark Ashton Smith.

1023). The Ghoul and the Seraph by Clark Ashton Smith.

1022). A Fragment by Clark Ashton Smith.

1021). The Exile by Clark Ashton Smith.

1020). Eidolon by Clark Ashton Smith.

1019). Ecstasy by Clark Ashton Smith.

1018). Echo of Memnon by Clark Ashton Smith.

1017). Get Ready for the First Shocks of Trump's Disaster Capitalism by Naomi Klein.

1016). The Sagittarian by Jessica Amanda Salmonson.

1015). The Blink of a Wizard's Eye by Joel Rosenberg. Illustrated by Steve Chappell.

1014). Mole Cooks His Goose by Sue Townsend.

1013). Adrian Mole and the Small Amphibians by Sue Townsend.

1012). Desolation by Clark Ashton Smith.

1011). Desire of Vastness by Clark Ashton Smith.

1010). Coldness by Clark Ashton Smith.

1009). Cleopatra by Clark Ashton Smith.

1008). The City in the Desert by Clark Ashton Smith.

1007). Chant of Autumn by Clark Ashton Smith.

1006). Beauty Implacable by Clark Ashton Smith.

1005). Autumnal by Clark Ashton Smith.

1004). At Sunrise by Clark Ashton Smith.

1003). Ashes of Sunset by Clark Ashton Smith.

1002). Artemis by Clark Ashton Smith.

1001). Arabesque by Clark Ashton Smith.

1000). Antepast by Clark Ashton Smith.

999). Crepuscule by Clark Ashton Smith.

998). Voice of the Fire by Alan Moore. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by José Villarrubia.[1]

997). Laus Mortis by Clark Ashton Smith.

996). The Absence of the Muse by Clark Ashton Smith.

995). To Nora May French (I) by Clark Ashton Smith.

994). Requiescat in Pace (M.L.M.) by Clark Ashton Smith.

993). Palms by Clark Ashton Smith.

992). The Hashish Eater -or- the Apocalypse of Evil by Clark Ashton Smith.

991). The Giantess by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

990). Alexandrins by Clark Ashton Smith.

989). Moonlight (Your) by Paul Verlaine. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

988). The Faun by Paul Verlaine. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

987). Crimen Amoris by Paul Verlaine. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

986). The Wheel of Omphale by Victor Hugo. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

985). Elysian Landscape by Pierre Lièvre. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

984). The Sleep of the Condor by Leconte de Lisle. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

983). Ecclesiastes by Leconte de Lisle. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

982). Oblivion by José-Maria de Heredia. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

981). The Venal Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

980). Zappa and Jazz: Did It Really Smell Funny, Frank? by Geoff Wills.

979). The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction by Neil Gaiman.

978). So Many Ways to Die in Syria Now: May 2014 by Neil Gaiman.

977). Eight Views of Mount Fuji: Beloved Deaths and Anthony Martignetti by Neil Gaiman.

976). The Dresden Dolls: Hallowe'en 2010 by Neil Gaiman.

975). A Wilderness of Mirrors by Neil Gaiman.

974). The View from the Cheap Seats by Neil Gaiman.

973). Make Good Art by Neil Gaiman.

972). On Richard Dadd's The Fairy-Feller's Master-Stroke by Neil Gaiman.

971). The Thing of It Is: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Neil Gaiman.

970). Lud-in-the-Mist by Neil Gaiman.

969). The King of Elfland's Daughter, Lord Dunsany by Neil Gaiman.

968). The Unicorn in the Garden by James Thurber.[1]

967). Several Things About Charles Vess by Neil Gaiman.

966). Once Upon a Time by Neil Gaiman.

965). Who Killed Amanda Palmer by Neil Gaiman.

964). Afterword Afterword: Evelyn Evelyn by Neil Gaiman.

963). Flood: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition, They Might Be Giants by Neil Gaiman.

962). Curious Wine: Tori Amos II by Neil Gaiman.

961). Hi, By the Way: Tori Amos by Neil Gaiman.

960). The Moth: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman.

959). Art and Artifice by Jim Steinmeyer by Neil Gaiman.

958). Voice of the Fire by Alan Moore by Neil Gaiman.

957). Dogsbody by Diana Wynne Jones by Neil Gaiman.

956). So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman.

955). On Viriconium: Some Notes Toward an Introduction by Neil Gaiman.

954). Votan and Other Novels by John James by Neil Gaiman.

953). On The 13 Clocks by James Thurber by Neil Gaiman.

952). Concerning Dreams and Nightmares: The Dream Stories of H. P. Lovecraft by Neil Gaiman.

951). Business as Usual, During Alterations: Information Doesn't Want to Be Free, by Cory Doctorow by Neil Gaiman.

950). From the Days of Future Past: The Country of the Blind and Other Stories, by H. G. Wells by Neil Gaiman.

949). Rudyard Kipling's Tales of Horror and Fantasy by Neil Gaiman.

948). About a Remarkable Stranger: Being a Sandwich Island Reminiscence by Mark Twain.

947). The Indignity Put Upon the Remains of George Holland by the Rev. Mr. Sabine by Mark Twain.

946). A Falsehood by Mark Twain.

945). One of Mankind's Bores by Mark Twain.

944). A Book Review by R.B.W. by Mark Twain.

943). The Coming Man by Mark Twain.

942). Agassiz by Mark Twain.

941). Concerning a Rumor by Mark Twain.

940). Mean People by Mark Twain.

939). A Sad, Sad Business by Mark Twain.

938). "Doggerel" by Mark Twain.

937). A "Forty-Niner" by Mark Twain.

936). The Facts in the Case of George Fisher, Deceased by Mark Twain.

935). Short untitled miscellaneous items (II) by Mark Twain.

934). Favors from Correspondents (IV) by Mark Twain.

933). Dogberry in Washington by Mark Twain.

932). The "Present" Nuisance by Mark Twain.

931). Favors from Correspondents (III) by Mark Twain.

930). A General Reply by Mark Twain.

929). Mark Twain's Map of Paris by Mark Twain.

928). Short miscellanous items by Mark Twain.

927). Favors from Correspondents (II) by Mark Twain.

926). The Reception at the President's by Mark Twain.

925). Short untitled miscellaneous items (I) by Mark Twain.

924). Favors from Correspondents (I) by Mark Twain.

923). The Noble Red Man by Mark Twain.

922). Portrait by Mark Twain.

921). Personal Explanation by Mark Twain.

920). To Correspondents by Mark Twain.

919). A Daring Attempt at a Solution of It by Mark Twain.

918). Unburlesquable Things by Mark Twain.

917). Enigma by Mark Twain.

916). Untitled short miscellaneous items by Mark Twain.

915). A Literary "Old Offender" in Court with Suspicious Property in His Possession by Mark Twain.

914). "Hogwash" by Mark Twain.

913). "Higgins" by Mark Twain.

912). Untitled miscellaneous items by Mark Twain.

911). George Wakeman by Mark Twain.

910). Introductory by Mark Twain.

909). On The New Annotated Dracula by Neil Gaiman.

908). Some Strangeness in the Proportion: The Exquisite Beauties of Edgar Allan Poe by Neil Gaiman.

907). How America Lost Its Mind by Kurt Andersen.

906). The Best American Comics, 2010 by Neil Gaiman.

905). 2004 Harvey Awards Speech by Neil Gaiman.

904). Will Eisner: New York Stories by Neil Gaiman.

903). The Keynote Speech for the 2003 Eisner Awards by Neil Gaiman.

902). The Best of the Spirit by Neil Gaiman.

901). The Spirit of Seventy-Five by Neil Gaiman.

900). The Simon and Kirby Superheroes by Neil Gaiman.

899). Jack Kirby: King of Comics by Neil Gaiman.

898). Bone: An Introduction, and Some Subsequent Thoughts by Neil Gaiman.

897). Batman: Cover to Cover by Neil Gaiman.

896). Confessions: On Astro City and Kurt Busiek by Neil Gaiman.

895). "But What Has That to Do with Bacchus?" Eddie Campbell and Deadface by Neil Gaiman.

894). A Speech to Professionals Contemplating Alternative Employment, Given at PROCON, April 1997 by Neil Gaiman.

893). Good Comics and Tulips: A Speech by Neil Gaiman.

892). On Comics and Films: 2006 by Neil Gaiman.

891). The Nature of Infection: Some Thoughts on Doctor Who by Neil Gaiman.

890). MirrorMask: A Sundance Diary by Neil Gaiman.

889). MirrorMask: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman.

888). The Bride of Frankenstein by Neil Gaiman.

887). On the Fortieth Anniversary of the Nebula Awards: A Speech, 2005 by Neil Gaiman.

886). Samuel R. Delany and The Einstein Intersection by Neil Gaiman.

885). Of Time, and Gully Foyle: Alfred Bester and The Stars My Destination by Neil Gaiman.

884). Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 and What Science Fiction Is and Does by Neil Gaiman.

883). Hothouse by Neil Gaiman.

882). Fritz Leiber: The Short Stories by Neil Gaiman.

881). SIMCITY by Neil Gaiman.

880). About Kim Newman, with Notes on the Creation and Eventual Dissolution of the Peace and Love Corporation by Neil Gaiman.

879). Geoff Notkin: Meteorite Man by Neil Gaiman.

878). On Stephen King, for the Sunday Times by Neil Gaiman.

877). Banging the Drum for Harlan Ellison by Neil Gaiman.

876). Harlan Ellison: The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World by Neil Gaiman.

875). Remembering Douglas Adams by Neil Gaiman.

874). How to Read Gene Wolf by Neil Gaiman.

873). On Dave McKean by Neil Gaiman.

872). Reflections: On Diana Wynne Jones by Neil Gaiman.

871). These Are Not Our Faces by Neil Gaiman.

870). What the [Very Bad Swearword] Is a Children's Book, Anyway? The Zena Sutherland Lecture by Neil Gaiman.

869). The PEN Awards and Charlie Hebdo by Neil Gaiman.

868). Some Reflections on Myth (With Several Digressions onto Gardening, Comics and Fairy Tales) by Neil Gaiman.

867). Ghosts in the Machines: Some Hallowe'en Thoughts. by Neil Gaiman.

866). The Pornography of Genre, or the Genre of Pornography by Neil Gaiman.

865). Three Authors. On Lewis, Tolkien and Chesterton: The MythCon 35 Guest of Honor Speech by Neil Gaiman.

864). Four Bookshops by Neil Gaiman.

863). Telling Lies for a Living... And Why We Do It: The Newbery Medal Speech, 2009 by Neil Gaiman.

862). Why Our Future Depends on Libraries, Reading and Daydreaming: The Reading Agency Lecture, 2013 by Neil Gaiman.

861). Credo by Neil Gaiman.

860). A Slip of the Keyboard: Collected Non-Fiction by Terry Pratchett. Foreword by Neil Gaiman.

859). Terry Pratchett's Unattached Footnotes to Life by Terry Pratchett.

858). A Week in the Death of Terry Pratchett by Terry Pratchett.

857). Death Knocked and We Let Him In by Terry Pratchett.

856). Assisted Dying: It's Time the Government Gave Us the Right to End Our Lives by Terry Pratchett.

855). At Last We Have Real Compassion in Assisted-Dying Guidelines by Terry Pratchett.

854). The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: Shaking Hands with Death by Terry Pratchett.

853). Carl Schurz, Pilot by Mark Twain.

852). Comments on the Moro Massacre by Mark Twain.

851). My Platonic Sweetheart by Mark Twain.[1]

850). Little Nelly Tells a Story Out of Her Own Head by Mark Twain.

849). Little Bessie by Mark Twain.

848). Letter to Andres Carnegi by Mark Twain.

847). Telegraph About Grant by Mark Twain.

846). A Letter from Santa Claus by Mark Twain.

845). Speech on Marcus Clarke During Australian Lecture Tour by Mark Twain.

844). A Defence of General Funston by Mark Twain.

843). The Specialist by Charles Sale.

842). To the Person Sitting in Darkness by Mark Twain.[1]

841). Point Me to Heaven When the Final Chapter Comes by Terry Pratchett.

840). Taxworld by Terry Pratchett.

839). I'm Slipping Away a Bit at a Time... and All I Can Do Is Watch It Happen by Terry Pratchett.

838). The NHS Is Seriously Injured by Terry Pratchett.

837). The Orangutans Are Dying by Terry Pratchett.

836). On Excellence in Schools by Terry Pratchett.

835). Saturdays by Terry Pratchett.

834). A Genuine Absent-minded Professor by Terry Pratchett.

833). The God Moment by Terry Pratchett.

832). 2001: The Vision and the Reality by Terry Pratchett.

831). Alien Christmas by Terry Pratchett.

830). The Meaning of My Christmas by Terry Pratchett.

829). Introduction to The Leaky Establishment by David Langford by Terry Pratchett.

828). That Sounds Fungi, It Must Be the Dawn Chorus by Terry Pratchett.

827). Honey, These Bees Had a Heart of Gold by Terry Pratchett.

826). The King and I or How the Bottom Has Dropped Out of the Wise Man Business by Terry Pratchett.

825). Introduction to Roy Lewis's The Evolution Man by Terry Pratchett.

824). Writer's Choice by Terry Pratchett.

823). Letter to Vector by Terry Pratchett.

822). Tales of Wonder and of Porn by Terry Pratchett.

821). A Granny Pratchett by Terry Pratchett.

820). A Star Pupil by Terry Pratchett.

819). The Big Store by Terry Pratchett.

818). A Word About Hats by Terry Pratchett.

817). Doctor Who? by Terry Pratchett.

816). Watching Nation by Terry Pratchett.

815). Boston Globe-Horn Award Speech for Nation by Terry Pratchett.

814). 2001 Carnegie Medal Award Speech by Terry Pratchett.

813). Neil Gaiman: Amazing Master Conjuror by Terry Pratchett.

812). The American Vandal Abroad by Mark Twain.

811). Among the Spirits by Mark Twain.

810). Among the Fenians by Mark Twain.

809). The Alphabet and Simplified Spelling [...] by Mark Twain.

808). The £1,000,000 Bank-Note and Other New Stories by Mark Twain.[1]

807). A Majestic Literary Fossil by Mark Twain.

806). A Petition to the Queen of England by Mark Twain.

805). The German Chicago by Mark Twain.

804). Playing Courier by Mark Twain.

803). About All Kinds of Ships by Mark Twain.

802). Cult Classic by Terry Pratchett.

801). Magic Kingdoms by Terry Pratchett.

800). Let There Be Dragons by Terry Pratchett.

799). Elves Were Bastards by Terry Pratchett.

798). Roots of Fantasy by Terry Pratchett.

797). Why Gandalf Never Married by Terry Pratchett.

796). Whose Fantasy Are You? by Terry Pratchett.

795). Notes from a Successful Fantasy Author: Keep It Real by Terry Pratchett.

794). Roundhead Wood, Forty Green by Terry Pratchett.

793). Wyrd Ideas by Terry Pratchett.

792). Kevins by Terry Pratchett.

791). Discworld Turns 21 by Terry Pratchett.

790). Straight from the Heart, Via the Groin by Terry Pratchett.

789). Conventional Wisdom by Terry Pratchett.

788). Mental Telegraphy: A Manuscript with a History by Mark Twain.

787). The £1,000,000 Bank-Note by Mark Twain.[1]

786). No Worries by Terry Pratchett.

785). Advice to Booksellers by Terry Pratchett.

784). Paperback Writer by Terry Pratchett.

783). Brewer's Boy by Terry Pratchett.

782). How to Be a Professional Boxer by Terry Pratchett.

781). The Choice Word by Terry Pratchett.

780). Palmtop by Terry Pratchett.

779). Thought Progress by Terry Pratchett.

778). Terry Pratchett Isn't Jolly. He's Angry. by Neil Gaiman.

777). Allt fer eftir Steinar Braga.

776). Garðurinn eftir Steinar Braga.

775). Ósýnileikinn eftir Steinar Braga.

774). Úrræði ríkisstjórnarinnar á fasteignamarkaði eftir Steinar Braga.

773). Innskot: Einsamall úlfur eftir Steinar Braga.

772). Aleinn ég dvel í stjörnuhöll minna drauma eftir Steinar Braga.

771). Kossinn eftir Steinar Braga.

770). Himinninn yfir Þingvöllum eftir Steinar Braga.

769). Innskot: Fluga kemur í heimsókn eftir Steinar Braga.

768). Everybody Eats Everybody on Sunday's Planet by Jeff Swycaffer.

767). Be Quest by Atanielle Annyn Noël.

766). King of the Cats by Gillian FitzGerald.

765). Friends in High Places by Roger E. Moore.

764). Eðli vatnsins er hringur eftir Steinar Braga.

763). Yes Minister Brexit Special – Sir Humphrey Explains All by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn.

762). Níu líf eftir Steinar Braga.

761). Kólfurinn eftir Steinar Braga.

760). Sagan af þriðjudegi eftir Steinar Braga.

759). Hvíti geldingurinn eftir Steinar Braga.

758). Kristalsgíraffinn eftir Steinar Braga.

757). Að spila Nintendo Wii á réttargeðdeildinni að Sogni eftir Steinar Braga.

756). Páfastóllinn eftir Steinar Braga.

755). Kaiser Report eftir Steinar Braga.

754). Ljónið sem hvarf eftir Steinar Braga.

753). Reykjavík er að vakna eftir Steinar Braga.

752). Bluebeard's Egg by Margaret Atwood.[1]

751). Unearthing Suite by Margaret Atwood.[1]

750). The Sunrise by Margaret Atwood.

749). In Search of the Rattlesnake Plantain by Margaret Atwood.

748). The Salt Garden by Margaret Atwood.

747). Scarlet Ibis by Margaret Atwood.

746). Two Stories About Emma by Margaret Atwood.

745). Walking on Water by Margaret Atwood.

744). The Whirlpool Rapids by Margaret Atwood.

743). Uglypuss by Margaret Atwood.

742). Spring Song of the Frogs by Margaret Atwood.

741). Bluebeard's Egg by Margaret Atwood.

740). Loulou; or, The Domestic Life of the Language by Margaret Atwood.

739). Hurricane Hazel by Margaret Atwood.

738). Significant Moments in the Life of My Mother by Margaret Atwood.

737). The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr..[1]

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736). Adrian Mole Recommends Books for Would-Be Writers by Sue Townsend.

735). Adrian Mole's Royal Wedding Diary by Sue Townsend.

734). Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years by Sue Townsend.[1]

733). Only You Can Save Mankind by Terry Pratchett.[1]

732). Peace on Earth by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Elinor Ford and Michael Kandel.[1]

731). The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Karen Berger. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, and Sam Kieth.[1][2]

730). The Sandman #8: The Sound of Her Wings by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

729). The Sandman #7: Sound and Fury by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

728). The Sandman #6: 24 Hours by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1]

727). The Sandman #5: Passengers by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Sam Kieth.[1]

726). Night People by Barry Gifford.

725). Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen.[1]

724). Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.

723). An Independent Organ by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.

722). Drive My Car by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.

721). The Carpet People by Terry Pratchett.[1]

720). M Is for Magic by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen.[1]

719). The Witch's Headstone by Neil Gaiman.

718). How to Sell the Ponti Bridge by Neil Gaiman.

717). Angels and Visitations: A Miscellany by Neil Gaiman.[1]

716). The Mystery of Father Brown: An Essay from 100 Great Detectives by Neil Gaiman.

715). Being an Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines: Assisted by Unwins Ltd, Wine Merchants (Uckfield) by Neil Gaiman.

714). Post-Mortem on Our Love by Neil Gaiman.

713). Gumshoe: Punch Book Review of Josiah Thompson's Gumshoe by Neil Gaiman.

712). Luther's Villanelle by Neil Gaiman.

711). A Prologue: An Introduction to Mary Gentle's Scholars & Soldiers by Neil Gaiman.

710). Six to Six by Neil Gaiman.

709). Webs by Neil Gaiman.

708). The Song of the Audience by Neil Gaiman.

707). Mrs. Bradshaw's Handbook: An Illustrated Guide to the Railway by Terry Pratchett with Bernard Pearson, Ian Mitchell, Isobel Pearson, and Reb Voyce.

706). We Don't Need No Education by Paul Krugman.

705). Dancing Girls and Other Stories by Margaret Atwood.[1]

704). Giving Birth by Margaret Atwood.

703). Dancing Girls by Margaret Atwood.

702). Lives of the Poets by Margaret Atwood.

701). Hour of Eternity by Ken Troop.

700). Training by Margaret Atwood.

699). The Resplendent Quetzal by Margaret Atwood.[1]

698). A Travel Piece by Margaret Atwood.

697). When It Happens by Margaret Atwood.

696). Hair Jewellery by Margaret Atwood.

695). Rape Fantasies by Margaret Atwood.[1]

694). The Grave of the Famous Poet by Margaret Atwood.

693). Under Glass by Margaret Atwood.

692). Polarities by Margaret Atwood.

691). The Man from Mars by Margaret Atwood.

690). The War in the Bathroom by Margaret Atwood.

689). The Crystal World by J.G. Ballard.[1]

688). Attack of the Republican Decepticons by Paul Krugman.

687). The Sandman #4: A Hope in Hell by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1]

686). The Sandman #3: ...Dream a Little Dream of Me by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1]

685). The Sandman #2: Imperfect Hosts by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1]

684). Það þýðir að berjast eftir Helgu Kress.

683). The Mysterious Stranger, and Other Stories by Mark Twain.

682). The McWilliamses and the Burglar Alarm [...] by Mark Twain.

681). Hunting the Deceitful Turkey [...] by Mark Twain.

680). A Fable [...] by Mark Twain.

679). The Mysterious Stranger [...] by Mark Twain.[1]

678). I Can Tolerate Anything Except the Outgroup by Scott Alexander.

677). Merry Tales by Mark Twain.[1]

676). Mrs. McWilliams and the Lightning by Mark Twain.

675). A Curious Experience by Mark Twain.

674). Absolutely on Music: Conversations with Seiji Ozawa by Haruki Murakami. Afterword by Seiji Ozawa. Translated by Jay Rubin.

673). It Was the War of the Trenches by Jacques Tardi. Translated by Kim Thompson.[1]

672). Mark Twain Investigating by Mark Twain.

671). The Heathen Chinee by Bret Harte.

670). A Horse's Tale by Mark Twain.[1]

669). Víða ónýtt tækifæri til hagræðingar: Styttingar eftir Magnús Sigurðsson.

668). Wyoming by Barry Gifford.

667). Junkie Running Dry by Kevin D. Williamson.

666). The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman.[1]

665). The Sandman #1: Sleep of the Just by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1]

664). The Woman Who Went to Bed for a Year by Sue Townsend.

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663). The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

662). Rincemangle, the Gnome of Even Moor by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

661). The Extraordinary Adventures of Doggins by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

660). De Profundis by Clark Ashton Smith.

659). Where? by Clark Ashton Smith.

658). Sepulture by Clark Ashton Smith.

657). The Death of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

656). Beatrice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

655). The Fountain of Blood by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

654). The Two Kind Sisters by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

653). The Wine of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

652). A Parisian Dream by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

651). Mists and Rains by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

650). The Irremediable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

649). The Voice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

648). Examination at Midnight by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

647). Sympathetic Horror by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

646). Alchemy of Sorrow by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

645). Obsession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

644). Spleen by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

643). La Musique (Music) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

642). The Owls by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

641). The Phantom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

640). Mœsta et Errabunda by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

639). Song of Autumn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

638). L'Irreparable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

637). The Poison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

636). Wizard War by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

635). The Blackbury Park Statues by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

634). The Time-travelling Television by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

633). Lord Cake and the Battle for Banwen's Beacon by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

632). Evening Harmony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

631). The Spiritual Dawn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

630). Semper Eadem by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

629). The Remorse of the Dead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

628). Sed non Satiata by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

627). Exotic Perfume by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

626). Hymn to Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

625). The Ideal by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

624). Anterior Life by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

623). The Sick Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

622). The Metamorphoses of the Vampire by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

621). Lethe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith.

620). Song (I) by Clark Ashton Smith.

619). Gamlir karlar í Garðabæ eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

618). Osama bin Laden by Martin Amis.

617). The Mirror of Ourselves by Martin Amis.

616). A Mother of Invention by Martin Amis.

615). The Shock of the New by Martin Amis.

614). Among the Clowns: Meet Rick 'Crotch' Perry, Newt 'the Vulgarian' Gingrich, and the rest of the GOP contenders as they scramble for the prize in the Des Moines debate by Martin Amis.

613). How Much Do Republicans Weigh?: Martin Amis on God, money, and what's wrong with the GOP by Martin Amis.

612). The Fire Opal by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

611). An Ant Called 4179003 by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

610). The Sheep Rodeo Scandal by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

609). Darby and the Submarine by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

608). The Frozen Feud by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

607). The Truly Terrible Toothache by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

606). The Great Train Robbery by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

605). The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech.

604). The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories by Mark Twain.[1]

603). Eve's Diary by Mark Twain.[1]

602). Does the Race of Man Love a Lord? by Mark Twain.

601). Portrait of King William III by Mark Twain.

600). The Danger of Lying in Bed by Mark Twain.

599). Post-Mortem Poetry (1) by Mark Twain.

598). Advice to Little Girls by Mark Twain.

597). Introduction to "The New Guide of the Conversation in Portuguese and English" by Pedro Carolino by Mark Twain.

596). A Humane Word from Satan by Mark Twain.

595). A Monument to Adam by Mark Twain.

594). Amended Obituaries by Mark Twain.

593). A Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury by Mark Twain.

592). An Entertaining Article by Mark Twain.

591). Wit Inspirations of the "Two-Year-Olds" by Mark Twain.

590). General Washington's Negro Body-Servant: A Biographical Sketch by Mark Twain.

589). Italian with Grammar by Mark Twain.

588). Italian Without a Master by Mark Twain.

587). The First Writing-Machines by Mark Twain.

586). The Five Boons of Life by Mark Twain.

585). Edward Mills and George Benton: A Tale by Mark Twain.

584). A Telephonic Conversation by Mark Twain.

583). A Helpless Situation by Mark Twain.

582). How Music Works by David Byrne.[1]

581). The Californian's Tale by Mark Twain.

580). A Cure for the Blues by Mark Twain.

579). Was It Heaven? or Hell? by Mark Twain.

578). A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain.[1]

577). The $30,000 Bequest by Mark Twain.

576). The Head of Kay's by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

575). What Is Man? and Other Essays by Mark Twain.

574). Taming the Bicycle by Mark Twain.

573). The Bee by Mark Twain.

572). Concerning Tobacco by Mark Twain.

571). As Concerns Interpreting the Deity by Mark Twain.

570). A Simplified Alphabet by Mark Twain.

569). On Girls [...] by Mark Twain.

568). English as She Is Taught by Mark Twain.

567). William Dean Howells by Mark Twain.

566). At the Shrine of St. Wagner by Mark Twain.

565). Switzerland, the Cradle of Liberty by Mark Twain.

564). A Scrap of Curious History by Mark Twain.

563). The Memorable Assassination by Mark Twain.

562). Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk by Gillian McCain and Legs McNeill.[1]

561). How to Make History Dates Stick by Mark Twain.

560). An Oral History of "We Built This City," the Worst Song of All Time by Rob Tannenbaum.

559). The Turning-Point of My Life by Mark Twain.

558). What Is Man? by Mark Twain.[1]

557). On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life by Charles Darwin. Introduction by Jeff Wallace.[1]

556). Britain: The End of a Fantasy by Fintan O'Toole.

555). Konungur flónanna eftir Halldór Baldursson.[1]

554). Sagan af undurfögru prinsessunni og hugrakka prinsinum hennar eftir Margréti Tryggvadóttur. Myndskreytt af Halldóri Baldurssyni.[1]

553). The Death of Jean by Mark Twain.

552). Músin, fuglinn og pylsan eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

551). Gátan eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

550). Öskubuska eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

549). Skraddarinn hugprúði eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

548). Fiskimaðurinn og kona hans eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

547). In Front of Your Nose by George Orwell.

546). Making Ignorance Great Again by Paul Krugman.

545). The Gold Bat by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

544). Waverley; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since by Sir Walter Scott.[1]

Maí (12/191)

543). The Next-to-Last Mistake by Paul McHugh.

542). The Feline Phantom by Gordon Linzner.

541). Against "Sgt. Pepper": The Beatles classic made pop seem male, nerdy and "important" — and that wasn't a good thing by Amanda Marcotte.

540). Zuleika: An Oriental Song by Clark Ashton Smith.

539). The World by Clark Ashton Smith.

538). Wind-Ripples by Clark Ashton Smith.

537). We Shall Meet (II) by Clark Ashton Smith.

536). The Voice in the Pines by Clark Ashton Smith.

535). The Unremembered by Clark Ashton Smith.

534). To Omar Khayyam by Clark Ashton Smith.

533). To George Sterling (High) by Clark Ashton Smith.

532). The Temptation by Clark Ashton Smith.

531). The Tears of Lilith by Clark Ashton Smith.

530). A Sunset (Far) by Clark Ashton Smith.

529). Strangeness by Clark Ashton Smith.

528). The Sorrow of the Winds by Clark Ashton Smith.

527). Song of Sappho's Arabian Daughter by Clark Ashton Smith.

526). Slaughter-House in Spring by Clark Ashton Smith.

525). Satan Unrepentant by Clark Ashton Smith.

524). Rubaiyat of Saiyed by Clark Ashton Smith.

523). The River of Life by Clark Ashton Smith.

522). Ripe Mulberries by Clark Ashton Smith.

521). Rêve Parisian by Clark Ashton Smith.

520). Remembered Light by Clark Ashton Smith.

519). The Refuge of Beauty by Clark Ashton Smith.

518). Psalm to the Desert by Clark Ashton Smith.

517). Psalm (From - Ebony and Crystal) by Clark Ashton Smith.

516). Ode (Your) by Clark Ashton Smith.

515). Nocturne by Clark Ashton Smith.

514). 'No more the pine' by Clark Ashton Smith.

513). Night (Twilight) by Clark Ashton Smith.

512). The Nereid by Clark Ashton Smith.

511). The Mummy by Clark Ashton Smith.

510). Mors by Clark Ashton Smith.

509). The Moonlight Desert by Clark Ashton Smith.

508). Moonlight (Ambitious) by Clark Ashton Smith.

507). The Ministers of Law by Clark Ashton Smith.

506). The Messengers by Clark Ashton Smith.

505). Memnon at Midnight by Clark Ashton Smith.

504). The Medusa of Despair by Clark Ashton Smith.

503). Lunar Mystery by Clark Ashton Smith.

502). Luna Aeternalis by Clark Ashton Smith.

501). Inferno by Clark Ashton Smith.

500). In the Wind by Clark Ashton Smith.

499). In Saturn by Clark Ashton Smith.

498). In November by Clark Ashton Smith.

497). Imagination by Clark Ashton Smith.

496). Illusion by Clark Ashton Smith.

495). The Horizon by Clark Ashton Smith.

494). The Harlot of the World by Clark Ashton Smith.

493). Give Me Your Lips by Clark Ashton Smith.

492). Forgetfulness by Clark Ashton Smith.

491). Flamingoes by Clark Ashton Smith.

490). Fire of Snow by Clark Ashton Smith.

489). Exotique by Clark Ashton Smith.

488). Epitaph for the Earth by Clark Ashton Smith.

487). Ennui (Thou) by Clark Ashton Smith.

486). Dream Mystery by Clark Ashton Smith.

485). Dissonance by Clark Ashton Smith.

484). The Departed City by Clark Ashton Smith.

483). Dedication | to Carol by Clark Ashton Smith.

482). Who are the new jihadis? by Olivier Roy.

481). WearWolf by Joel Rosenberg.

480). Skitterbugging by Gene O'Neill.

479). In the Bag by John Eric Holmes.

478). 500.000 króna fíllinn í herberginu eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

477). The Doctor by J. Robert Dunkle.

476). The Crucifixion of Eros by Clark Ashton Smith.

475). Copan [...] by Clark Ashton Smith.

474). The City of the Titans by Clark Ashton Smith.

473). What Makes Call-Out Culture So Toxic by Asam Ahmad.

472). Rauðhetta eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

471). Beyond the Great Wall by Clark Ashton Smith.

470). Benares by Clark Ashton Smith.

469). Belated Love by Clark Ashton Smith.

468). Before Sunrise by Clark Ashton Smith.

467). Bedouin Song by Clark Ashton Smith.

466). The Coming of the Sword by Gardner F. Fox.

465). You Should've Asked by Emma.

464). Ave Atque Vale by Clark Ashton Smith.

463). Autumn's Pall by Clark Ashton Smith.

462). Alexandrines by Clark Ashton Smith.

461). The Abyss Triumphant by Clark Ashton Smith.

460). A Wine of Wizardry by George Sterling.

459). The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Version by Anne Frank. Edited by Mirjam Pressler and Otto H. Frank. Translated by Susan Massotty.[1]

458). Glergildra (Brot) eftir Megan Auði Grímsdóttur.

457). My Family's Slave by Alex Tizon.

456). Why I Think xkcd Is Wrong About Free Speech by Pat Kerr.

455). The Dead Will Cuckold You: A Drama in Six Acts by Clark Ashton Smith.

454). Er þessi brandari bannaður? eftir Rut Guðnadóttur.

453). Abomination by D. Aaron Achen.

452). A Year with Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno's Diary by Brian Eno.[1]

451). How the Paladin Got His Scar by Rich Burlew.

450). Venus and the Priest by Clark Ashton Smith.

449). The Fugitives by Clark Ashton Smith.

448). A Double Barrelled Detective Story by Mark Twain.[1]

447). Vignettes by Clark Ashton Smith.

446). Traveller by Clark Ashton Smith.

445). The Touch-Stone by Clark Ashton Smith.

444). The Sun and the Sepulchre by Clark Ashton Smith.

443). The Statue of Silence by Clark Ashton Smith.

442). Remoteness by Clark Ashton Smith.

441). The Princess Almeena by Clark Ashton Smith.

440). Preference by Clark Ashton Smith.

439). A Phantasy by Clark Ashton Smith.

438). The Peril that Lurks Among Ruins by Clark Ashton Smith.

437). The Osprey and the Shark by Clark Ashton Smith.

436). Offering by Clark Ashton Smith.

435). Narcissus by Clark Ashton Smith.

434). The Mortuary by Clark Ashton Smith.

433). The Mithridate by Clark Ashton Smith.

432). The Mirror in the Hall of Ebony by Clark Ashton Smith.

431). The Lotus and the Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

430). The Litany of the Seven Kisses by Clark Ashton Smith.

429). The Land of Fruitful Palms by Clark Ashton Smith.

428). The Lake of Enchanted Silence by Clark Ashton Smith.

427). Angel Catbird by Margaret Atwood. Illustrated by Johnnie Christmas.

426). Don't Tell Us What to Write by Margaret Atwood.

425). Images by Clark Ashton Smith.

424). The Image of Bronze and the Image of Iron by Clark Ashton Smith.

423). The Garden and the Tomb by Clark Ashton Smith.

422). The Frozen Waterfall by Clark Ashton Smith.

421). The Forbidden Forest by Clark Ashton Smith.

420). The Flower Devil by Clark Ashton Smith.

419). Flora Vulgaris by Lotta Kaarina Nykänen.

418). White Male Terrorists Are an Issue We Should Discuss by Lincoln Blades.

417). The Price of Bread: Poverty, Purchasing Power, and The Victorian Laborer's Standard of Living by Robert L. Nelson.

416). Ennui (In) by Clark Ashton Smith.

415). A Dream of Lethe by Clark Ashton Smith.

414). The Demon, the Angel, and Beauty by Clark Ashton Smith.

413). The Days by Clark Ashton Smith.

412). The Trouble with Harvard by Steven Pinker.

411). In Defense of Dangerous Ideas by Steven Pinker.

410). Monday or Tuesday by Virginia Woolf.[1]

409). The Mark on the Wall by Virginia Woolf.[1]

408). Kew Gardens by Virginia Woolf.[1]

407). "Þú getur ekki verið femínisti ef þú hristir rassinn á þér svona" eftir Margréti Erlu Maack.

406). Blue & Green by Virginia Woolf.

405). The String Quartet by Virginia Woolf.[1]

404). An Unwritten Novel by Virginia Woolf.

403). Monday or Tuesday by Virginia Woolf.

402). A Society by Virginia Woolf.

401). A Haunted House by Virginia Woolf.

400). The Crystals by Clark Ashton Smith.

399). The Corpse and the Skeleton by Clark Ashton Smith.

398). The City of Destruction by Clark Ashton Smith.

397). Chinoiserie by Clark Ashton Smith.

396). The Caravan by Clark Ashton Smith.

395). The Black Lake by Clark Ashton Smith.

394). Double Cosmos by Clark Ashton Smith.

393). Strange Shadows by Clark Ashton Smith.

392). Ljóð um greint rými og fleiri stök eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl.

391). Strength Through Unity: How to Spot Fascism Before It's Too Late by Maia Kobabe.

390). Heimilisbókhald - Opið bréf til Óttars Proppé heilbrigðismálaráðherra eftir Kára Stefánsson.

389). Thrill of the Chaste: The truth about Gandhi's sex life by Jad Adams.

388). Nemesis of the Unfinished by Clark Ashton Smith and Don Carter.

387). The Light from the Pole by Clark Ashton Smith.

386). Phoenix by Clark Ashton Smith.

385). The Metamorphosis of Earth by Clark Ashton Smith.

384). Byzantium Endures by Michael Moorcock. Introduction by Alan Wall.[1][2]

383). Monsters in the Night by Clark Ashton Smith.

382). Schizoid Creator by Clark Ashton Smith.

381). The Phantoms of the Fire by Clark Ashton Smith.

380). Genius Loci by Clark Ashton Smith.

379). Quest of the Gazolba by Clark Ashton Smith.

378). Please Allow Me to Correct a Few Things: Imagine if Mick Jagger responded to Keith Richards about his new autobiography by Bill Wyman.

377). The Wild Party by Joseph Moncure March. Illustrated by Art Spiegelman.[1]

376). Gráspörvar og ígulker eftir Sjón.[1]

375). draumkvæði úr suðurhöfum (til ásu) eftir Sjón.

374). hugleiðingar af annarri hæð strætisvagns M29 eftir heimsókn á bæjarskrifstofur berlínar til þess að sækja staðfest og stimplað dvalarleyfi eftir Sjón.

373). heimkoma eftir Sjón.

372). efniviður í barnagælu eftir Sjón.

371). acta poetica eftir Sjón.

370). (reykjavíkurhöfn) eftir Sjón.

369). stund gæsarinnar eftir Sjón.

368). koddahjal um lágnættið eftir Sjón.

367). tanntaka eftir Sjón.

366). danse grotesque eftir Sjón.

365). söngur frá silfuröld eftir Sjón.

364). gráspörvatal eftir Sjón.

363). (landsbókasafn) eftir Sjón.

362). bókin um snjóinn eftir Sjón.

361). ars poetica (s.h.g.) eftir Sjón.

360). melenkólía eftir Sjón.

359). (hólavallagarður) eftir Sjón.

358). The Haunted Gong by Clark Ashton Smith.

357). The Haunted Chamber by Clark Ashton Smith.

356). A Good Embalmer by Clark Ashton Smith.

355). In the Book of Vergama by Clark Ashton Smith.

354). The Third Episode of Vathek: The Story of the Princess Zulkaïs and the Prince Kalilah by Clark Ashton Smith.

353). Nick Cave: 'I have turned a corner and wandered on to a vast landscape' by Mark Mordue.

352). The Great God Awto by Clark Ashton Smith.

351). Told in the Desert by Clark Ashton Smith.

350). Thirteen Phantasms by Clark Ashton Smith.

349). The Treader of the Dust by Clark Ashton Smith.

348). The Primal City by Clark Ashton Smith.

347). The Plutonian Drug by Clark Ashton Smith.

346). The Tale of Sir John Maundeville by Clark Ashton Smith.

345). A Star-Change by Clark Ashton Smith.

344). The Seed from the Sepulchre by Clark Ashton Smith.

343). The Second Interment by Clark Ashton Smith.

342). The Light from Beyond by Clark Ashton Smith.

341). The Worlds of Little Edmund by Meow by Katharine Kroeber Wiley.

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340). Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by Roger Zelazny.[1]

339). The Devil in Bret Easton Ellis by Maer Roshan.

338). The Supernumerary Corpse by Clark Ashton Smith.

337). The Nameless Offspring by Clark Ashton Smith.

336). Master of the Asteroid by Clark Ashton Smith.

335). The Letter from Mohaun Los by Clark Ashton Smith.

334). Irene's Cunt by Louis Aragon. Translated by Alexis Lykiard.[1]

333). The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI by Will Knight.

332). The Immortals of Mercury by Clark Ashton Smith.

331). The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think by Johann Hari.

330). Marine Le Pen Is What Happens When You Try to Meet Racism in the Middle by Mehdi Hasan.

329). Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes.[1]

328). Suicide Note by Virginia Woolf.

327). The Hunters from Beyond by Clark Ashton Smith.

326). The Loneliness of Noam Chomsky by Arundhati Roy.

325). A Prefect's Uncle by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

324). The Eternal World by Clark Ashton Smith.

323). The Swiss Family Robinson [...] by Johann David Wyss.[1]

322). The Gorgon by Clark Ashton Smith.

321). The Ghoul by Clark Ashton Smith.

320). The Dimension of Chance by Clark Ashton Smith.

319). Brainstorms: Philosophical Essays on Mind and Psychology by Daniel C. Dennett.[1]

318). Where Am I? by Daniel C. Dennett.

317). How to Change Your Mind by Daniel C. Dennett.

316). On Giving Libertarians What They Say They Want by Daniel C. Dennett.

315). Í fangabúðum nazista eftir Leif H. Muller. Inngangur eftir Hall Örn Jónsson og Jón Ingvar Kjaran.[1]

314). Conditions of Personhood by Daniel C. Dennett.

313). The Abilities of Men and Machines by Daniel C. Dennett.

312). Seedling of Mars by Clark Ashton Smith.

311). Mechanism and Responsibility by Daniel C. Dennett.

310). Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems by George Monbiot.

309). The BFG by Roald Dahl. Illustrated by Quentin Blake.[1]

308). Tabletop Gaming has a White Male Terrorism Problem by Latining.

307). CoDex 1962 eftir Sjón.[1]

306). Ég er sofandi hurð eftir Sjón.

305). When Pixels Collide by sudoscript.

304). Inkal, fyrri hluti eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.[1][2]

303). Hið neðra eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.

302). Inkal ljóssins eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.

301). Svarti Inkalinn eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.

300). The Resurrection of the Rattlesnake by Clark Ashton Smith.

299). The Necromantic Tale by Clark Ashton Smith.

298). It's Basically Just Immoral to Be Rich by A. Q. Smith.

297). Why You Can't Make a Computer that Feels Pain by Daniel C. Dennett.

296). The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1]

295). The Justice of the Elephant by Clark Ashton Smith.

294). The Immeasurable Horror by Clark Ashton Smith.

293). Syria: Another Pipeline War by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr..

292). Murder in the Fourth Dimension by Clark Ashton Smith.

291). Marooned in Andromeda by Clark Ashton Smith.

290). The Origins of Anti-Intellectualism by Zeev Sternhell.

289). The White Guard by Mikhail Bulgakov. Epilogue by Victor Nekrasov. Translated by Michael Glenny.[1]

288). Pop Hits: The Lyrical Cartoons of Hugleikur Dagsson by Hugleikur Dagsson.[1]

287). The Yellow Wall Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.[1]

286). The Problem with Trump [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] by The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board.

285). Starship Stormtroopers by Michael Moorcock.

284). A Child's Christmas in the Blitz by Michael Moorcock.

283). If Hitler Had Won World War Two...: Michael Moorcock reviews The World Hitler Never Made, by Gavriel D Rosenfeld by Michael Moorcock.

282). Fighting Talk by Andrea Dworkin and Michael Moorcock.

281). Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Brett Helquist.[1]

280). The Fulfilled Prophecy by Clark Ashton Smith.

279). The Stairs in the Crypt by Clark Ashton Smith.

278). A Platonic Entanglement by Clark Ashton Smith.

277). The Parrot by Clark Ashton Smith.

276). The Perfect Woman by Clark Ashton Smith.

275). Gossip by Clark Ashton Smith.

274). Fakhreddin by Clark Ashton Smith.

273). The Emir's Captive by Clark Ashton Smith.

272). The Shah's Messenger by Clark Ashton Smith.

271). Prince Alcouz and the Magician by Clark Ashton Smith.

270). Out of My Life and Thought: An Autobiography by Albert Schweitzer. Postscript by Everett Skillings. Translated by C. T. Campion.[1]

269). Something New by Clark Ashton Smith.

268). The Flirt by Clark Ashton Smith.

267). The Raja and the Tiger by Clark Ashton Smith.

266). The Mahout by Clark Ashton Smith.

265). A Part of the Game by Darrell Schweitzer.

264). Laughter in the Dark by Vladimir Nabokov.[1]

263). Violence: Theirs and Ours by Vijay Prashad.

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262). The Malay Krise by Clark Ashton Smith.

261). The Ghost of Mohammed Din by Clark Ashton Smith.

260). A Meditation in the Eighth House in Early Spring by Ire of Sinshan by Ursula K. Le Guin.

259). This Stone: From the Serpentine heyimas of Telina-na; by Wordriver by Ursula K. Le Guin.

258). From the Tent on the Volcano by Ursula K. Le Guin.

257). In the Third Year of the War by Ursula K. Le Guin.

256). A Measure of Desolation by Ursula K. Le Guin.

255). Every Land (From a saying of Black Elk) by Ursula K. Le Guin.

254). Intimations by Ursula K. Le Guin.

253). Learning the Name for Bette by Ursula K. Le Guin.

252). Crows by Ursula K. Le Guin.

251). The Vigil for Ben Linder by Ursula K. Le Guin.

250). The Palindromedary: A palindrome I do not want to write by Ursula K. Le Guin.

249). Being an Editor by Michael Kandel.

248). The Wind's Twelve Quarters by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

247). The Day Before the Revolution by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

246). The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas (Variation on a theme by William James) by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

245). Direction of the Road by Ursula K. Le Guin.

244). The Field of Vision by Ursula K. Le Guin.

243). The Stars Below by Ursula K. Le Guin.

242). Vaster than Empires and More Slow by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

241). The Devotee of Evil by Clark Ashton Smith.

240). A Trip to the Head by Ursula K. Le Guin.

239). Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll.[1]

238). Things by Ursula K. Le Guin.

237). The Expert Lover by Clark Ashton Smith.

236). Nine Lives by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

235). A Tangled Tale by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.[1]

234). Knot X: Chelsea Buns by Lewis Carroll.

233). Knot IX: A Serpent with Corners by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

232). Knot VIII: De Omnibus Rebus by Lewis Carroll.

231). Knot VII: Petty Cash by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

230). Knot VI: Her Radiancy by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

229). Knot V: Oughts and Crosses by Lewis Carroll.

228). Knot IV: The Dead Reckoning by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

227). Knot III: Mad Mathesis by Lewis Carroll.

226). Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.[1]

225). Knot II: Eligible Apartments by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

224). Knot I: Excelsior by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.

223). The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Henry Holiday.[1]

222). What the Tortoise Said to Achilles by Lewis Carroll.[1]

221). The Good Trip by Ursula K. Le Guin.

220). The Dart of Rasasfa by Clark Ashton Smith.

219). The Dark Age by Clark Ashton Smith.

218). Winter's King by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

217). The Rule of Names by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

216). The City of the Singing Flame by Clark Ashton Smith.

215). Why Does Mount Rushmore Exist by Sam Anderson.

214). The Word of Unbinding by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

213). Darkness Box by Ursula K. Le Guin.

212). Science Fiction Writing at Length by Roger Zelazny.

211). Beyond the Idea by Roger Zelazny.

210). The Three Descents of Jeremy Baker by Roger Zelazny.

209). The Masters by Ursula K. Le Guin.

208). April in Paris by Ursula K. Le Guin.

207). The Sorcerer's Jewel by John Eric Holmes.

206). The Point of the Jest by Clark Ashton Smith.

205). The Chain of Aforgomon by Clark Ashton Smith.

204). Semley's Necklace by Ursula K. Le Guin.[1]

203). An Adventure in Futurity by Clark Ashton Smith.

202). The Italian, or the Confessional of the Black Penitents by Ann Radcliffe.[1]

201). Thank God I'm an Atheist! by Karen Stollznow.

200). The Lure of the Golden Godling by Gardner F. Fox.

199). Checkmate by Clark Ashton Smith.

198). A Copy of Burns by Clark Ashton Smith.

197). The Cairn (New Ending) by Clark Ashton Smith.

196). The Sixth Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup, Mu.D.

195). The Fifth Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup, Mu.D.

194). The Fourth Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup

193). The Black Corridor by Michael Moorcock with Hilary Bailey.[1][2]

192). Mary by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Michael Glenny.[1]

191). Nokkrir góðir dagar án Guðnýjar eftir Davíð Oddsson.[1]

190). Að loknum hádegisfréttum í mars 1986 eftir Davíð Oddsson.

189). Glæpur skekur Húsnæðisstofnun eftir Davíð Oddsson.

188). Aftan að ógnvaldinum í Kreml eftir Davíð Oddsson.

187). Saga úr skóla eftir Davíð Oddsson.

186). Nokkrir góðir dagar án Guðnýjar eftir Davíð Oddsson.

185). Innilokunarkennd í Moskvu eftir Davíð Oddsson.

184). Góði guð, gefðu mér tyggjó eftir Davíð Oddsson.

183). Erindi við gamlan vin eftir Davíð Oddsson.

182). Snúist til varnar Íslandi eftir Davíð Oddsson.

181). A Little History of the World by E. H. Gombrich.[1]

180). Key Democratic Officials Now Warning Base Not to Expect Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion by Glenn Greenwald.

179). Two Approaches to Mental Images by Daniel C. Dennett.

178). Next Time, Try a Cleric by Tom Armstrong.

177). The Cup of Golden Death by Gardner F. Fox.

176). Bert á milli í Harbinger – rýni eftir Boga Reynisson.

175). Bara vinir eftir Elísabetu.

174). Hola, Lovers eða Hvernig á að þóknast karlmönnum og vera betri en aðrar konur eða Lífstíls- og megrunarbók Tískubloggsins eftir Hildi Knútsdóttur.[1]

173). The Cube from Beyond by Gardner F. Fox.

172). War with the Newts by Karel Capek. Translated by David Wyllie.[1]

171). The First Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup, Mu.D.

170). The Third Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup, Mu.D.

169). The Second Fantastic Adventure of Reginald Rennup

168). It's the Little Things that Count by Lewis Bryson.

167). A Visit to an Interesting Place by Mark Welch.

166). Enjoying Your Dragon by Barry Fowkes.

165). Oasis by Cynthia Frazer.

164). The Eyes of Mavis Deval by Gardner F. Fox.

163). Ripples in the Fabric of the Multiuniverse by Mark Cummings.

162). Trollshead by John Eric Holmes.

161). The Flight of the Horse by Larry Niven.

160). The Monk: A Romance by Matthew Gregory Lewis.[1]

159). The Man Who Lost the Sea by Theodore Sturgeon.

158). The Other Celia by Theodore Sturgeon.

157). The Silken-Swift by Theodore Sturgeon.

156). You May Want to Marry My Husband by Amy Krouse Rosenthal.

155). St. Dragon and the George by Gordon R. Dickson. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint.[1]

154). Liane the Wayfarer by Jack Vance. Preface by Eric Flint. Afterword by David Drake.[1]

153). Thunder and Roses by Theodore Sturgeon. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint.

152). Answer by Fredric Brown. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Jim Baen.

151). Excerpt from an Interview with an Iron Golem by Michael McCrery.

150). An Alien in a Strange Land by James M. Ward.

149). Monty Haul and the Best of Freddie by James M. Ward.

148). The Tug of the Machine by Allen Evans.

147). The Thing from the Tomb by Gardner F. Fox.

146). Monty Strikes Back by James M. Ward.

145). Toward a Cognitive Theory of Consciousness by Daniel C. Dennett.

144). Secrets, Lies and Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

Febrúar (15/75)

143). For Her Own Good: Two Centuries of the Experts' Advice to Women by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English.

142). Keeping the Rabble in Line by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

141). Health Care by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

140). Reflections on Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

139). The Emerging Global Economic Order by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

138). Crime and Gun Control by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

137). Media, Knowledge, and Objectivity by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

136). Class by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

135). Race by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

134). They Don't Even Know That They Don't Know by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

133). The World Bank, GATT and Free Trade by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

132). The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky.

131). Are Dreams Experiences? by Daniel C. Dennett.

130). This US Military Officer Explains Why America's Middle East Wars Have Been Utter Failures by Danny Sjursen.

129). Rethinking Camelot: JFK, the Vietnam War, and U.S. Political Culture by Noam Chomsky.

128). Ekki vera ógeð eftir Margréti Erlu Maack.

127). Artificial Intelligence as Philosophy and as Psychology by Daniel C. Dennett.

126). 4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump by Dale Beran.

125). The Man with Two Left Feet, and Other Stories by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

124). The Man with Two Left Feet by P. G. Wodehouse.

123). A Sea of Troubles by P. G. Wodehouse.

122). The Romance of an Ugly Policeman by P. G. Wodehouse.

121). Black for Luck by P. G. Wodehouse.

120). One Touch of Nature by P. G. Wodehouse.

119). The Making of Mac's by P. G. Wodehouse.

118). At Geisenheimer's by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

117). Crowned Heads by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

116). The Mixer by P. G. Wodehouse.

115). He Moves in Society by P. G. Wodehouse.

114). He Meets a Shy Gentleman by P. G. Wodehouse.

113). Wilton's Holiday by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

112). Bill the Bloodhound by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

111). Tales of St. Austin's by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

110). The Tom Brown Question by P. G. Wodehouse.

109). Now, Talking About Cricket by P. G. Wodehouse.

108). Notes by P. G. Wodehouse.

107). Work by P. G. Wodehouse.

106). The Prize Poem by P. G. Wodehouse.

105). 'The Tabby Terror' by P. G. Wodehouse.

104). Author! by P. G. Wodehouse.

103). How Payne Bucked Up by P. G. Wodehouse.

102). The Silence of the Hacks by Paul Krugman.

101). The Manoeuvres of Charteris by P. G. Wodehouse.

100). The Babe and the Dragon by P. G. Wodehouse.

99). A Shocking Affair by P. G. Wodehouse.

98). Bradshaw's Little Story by P. G. Wodehouse.

97). Harrison's Slight Error by P. G. Wodehouse.

96). L'Affaire Uncle John (A Story in Letters) by P. G. Wodehouse.

95). Vathek by William Beckford.[1]

94). The Odd Trick by P. G. Wodehouse.

93). How Pillingshot Scored by P. G. Wodehouse.

92). Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

91). The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories by Mark Twain.

90). In Memoriam: Olivia Susan Clemens by Mark Twain.

89). My Boyhood Dreams by Mark Twain.

88). To the Above Old People by Mark Twain.

87). Meisterschaft by Mark Twain.

86). The Private History of a Campaign that Failed [...] by Mark Twain.[1]

85). Selfish Pigs by Andy Riley.

84). Private History of the 'Jumping Frog' Story [...] by Mark Twain.

83). Stirring Times in Austria by Mark Twain.

82). The Captain's Story by Mark Twain.

81). Luck [...] by Mark Twain.[1]

80). Diplomatic Pay and Clothes by Mark Twain.

79). Travelling with a Reformer by Mark Twain.

78). About Play-Acting by Mark Twain.

77). Savage Tide Player's Guide by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten and Todd Lockwood.

76). From the 'London Times' of 1904 by Mark Twain.

75). Concerning the Jews by Mark Twain.[1]

74). At the Appetite-Cure by Mark Twain.

73). My Debut as a Literary Person by Mark Twain.

72). Is He Living or Is He Dead? by Mark Twain.

71). Christian Science and the Book of Mrs. Eddy by Mark Twain.

70). When the Fire Comes by Paul Krugman.

69). The Esquimaux Maiden's Romance by Mark Twain.

68). My First Lie, and How I Got Out of It by Mark Twain.

67). The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg by Mark Twain.[1]

66). Donald Trump: A Man So Obnoxious that Karma May See Him Reincarnated as Himself by Frankie Boyle.

65). The Day of Creation by J.G. Ballard.[1]

64). The Chronic Argonauts [...] by H. G. Wells.[1]

63). Ring for Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

62). Pólitískur rétttrúnaður eftir Helga Hrafn Gunnarsson.

61). No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet by Fawn M. Brodie.[1]

60). Intolerant Liberals by Tucker FitzGerald.

59). You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train: A Personal History of Our Times by Howard Zinn.

58). Donald the Menace by Paul Krugman.

57). The Disintegration Machine [...] by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

56). When the World Screamed by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

55). The Land of Mist by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

54). The Immigration Ban Is a Headfake, and We're Falling for It by Jake Fuentes.

Janúar (13/40)

53). The Data that Turned the World Upside Down by Hannes Grassegger and Mikael Krogerus.

52). Speaking of "Truth" with Jordan B. Peterson by Sam Harris.

51). A Few Thoughts on the "Muslim Ban" by Sam Harris.

50). Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister. by Glenn Greenwald.

49). A Letter to My Younger Self by Tina Weymouth.

48). The Radical Crusade of Mike Pence by Stephen Rodrick.

47). Dragonlance Chronicles Volume 1: Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

46). Review of Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler by George Orwell.

45). A Cure for the Common Code? by Daniel C. Dennett.

44). Footsteps in the Sky by James M. Ward.

43). The Childhood and Youth of The Gray Mouser by Harry O. Fischer. Introduction by Fritz Leiber.

42). The Mating Season by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

41). High-Rise by J.G. Ballard. Introduction by Ned Beauman.[1]

40). Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari.[1]

39). Donald the Unready by Paul Krugman.

38). Sasserine by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten.

37). With All Due Disrespect by Paul Krugman.

36). Donald Trump's Medical Delusions by Paul Krugman.

35). Deficits Matter Again by Paul Krugman.

34). The Age of Fake Policy by Paul Krugman.

33). Sorting Things Out: Classification and Its Consequences by Geoffrey C. Bowker and Susan Leigh Star.[1]

32). The Green Magician [...] by L. Sprague de Camp.[1]

31). The Thursday Night D&D Game for Monty and the Boys by James M. Ward.

30). There Is No Honor by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten.

29). Poseidonis by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

28). The Shadows by Clark Ashton Smith.

27). The Willow Landscape by Clark Ashton Smith.

26). Amithaine by Clark Ashton Smith.

25). The Invisible City by Clark Ashton Smith.

24). The Root of Ampoi by Clark Ashton Smith.

23). The Isle of Saturn by Clark Ashton Smith.

22). The Venus of Azombeii by Clark Ashton Smith.

21). The ABC of the Revolutionary Anarchist by Nestor Makhno.

20). Symposium of the Gorgon by Clark Ashton Smith.

19). The Gospel of Benwa by Jerome Arkenberg.

18). Monty and the German High Command by James M. Ward.

17). Monty Haul and His Friends at Play by James M. Ward.

16). Excerpt from an Interview with a Rust Monster: Translated into Common by Michael McCrery.

15). Why the Law of Effect Will Not Go Away by Daniel C. Dennett.

14). In Cocaigne by Clark Ashton Smith.

13). The Epiphany of Death by Clark Ashton Smith.

12). Lemurienne by Clark Ashton Smith.

11). The Uncharted Isle by Clark Ashton Smith.

10). An Offering to the Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

9). Goðheimar 7: Krækt í orminn eftir Henning Kure ásamt Hans-Rancke Madsen, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni.

8). Goðheimar 6: Gulleplin eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni.

7). Goðheimar 5: Förin til Útgarða-Loka eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni.

6). Goðheimar 4: Sagan um Kark eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni.

5). Goðheimar 3: Veðmál Óðins eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Guðna Kolbeinssyni.

4). America Becomes a Stan by Paul Krugman.

3). The Poison Belt by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

2). Skinner Skinned by Daniel C. Dennett.

1). Joy in the Morning by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

2016 (113/671)

Desember (14/87)

784). A Perfect Vacuum by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.[1]

783). The New Cosmogony by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

782). Non Serviam by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

781). De Impossibilitate Vitae and De Impossibilitate Prognoscendi by Cezar Kouska by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

780). Die Kultur als Fehler by Wilhelm Klopper by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

779). In Lemuria by Clark Ashton Smith.

778). A Vintage from Atlantis by Clark Ashton Smith.

777). A Voyage to Sfanomoë by Clark Ashton Smith.

776). The Double Shadow by Clark Ashton Smith.

775). Tolometh by Clark Ashton Smith.

774). The Death of Malygris by Clark Ashton Smith.

773). The Last Incantation by Clark Ashton Smith.

772). The Muse of Atlantis by Clark Ashton Smith.

771). Stanislaw Lem: A Cosmic Adventure of the Mind by Jerzy Jarzebski.

770). Being Inc. by Alastair Waynewright by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

769). Toi by Raymond Seurat by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

768). Odysseus of Ithaca by Kuno Mlatje by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

767). U-Write-It by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

766). Idiota by Gian Carlo Spallanzani by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

765). Pericalypsis by Joachim Fersengeld by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

764). Rein du tout, ou la conséquence by Solange Marriot by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

763). Brain Writing and Mind Reading by Daniel C. Dennett.

762). Reply to Arbib and Gunderson by Daniel C. Dennett.

761). A People's History of the United States: 1492-Present by Howard Zinn.[1]

760). Gruppenführer Louis XVI by Alfred Zellerman by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

759). Sexplosion by Simon Merrill by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

758). Gigamesh by Patrick Hannahan by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

757). Les Robinsonades by Marcel Coscat by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

756). A Perfect Vacuum by S. Lem by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.

755). Solaris by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Joanna Kilmartin and Steve Cox.[1]

754). How Does It Feel by Patti Smith.

753). When Music Is Violence by Alex Ross.

752). Xiccarph by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

751). From the Crypts of Memory by Clark Ashton Smith.

750). The Monster of the Prophecy by Clark Ashton Smith.

749). Intentional Systems by Daniel C. Dennett.

748). The Demon of the Flower by Clark Ashton Smith.

747). The Doom of Antarion by Clark Ashton Smith.

746). The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis by Clark Ashton Smith. Foreword by Steve Behrends.

745). Vulthoom by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

744). When the Bow Breaks by Steven Brust.

743). Calling Pittsburgh by Steven Brust.

742). How Republics End by Paul Krugman.

741). The Pothunters by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

740). The Flower-Women by Clark Ashton Smith.

739). The Maze of Maâl Dweb by Clark Ashton Smith.

738). Drög að handriti um netafræði eftir Reyni Axelsson.

737). The Dweller in the Gulf by Clark Ashton Smith. Introduction by Steve Behrends.

736). To the Daemon: An Invocation by Clark Ashton Smith.

735). The Hearts of Men: American Dreams and the Flight from Commitment by Barbara Ehrenreich.

734). The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret Harte.[1]

733). The Luck of Roaring Camp by Bret Harte.[1]

732). The Tainted Election by Paul Krugman.

731). How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar by Bret Harte.

730). A Neglected Epic: How the Real Hero of the American Westward Movement Has Been Forgotten in Literature by Frank Norris.

729). Is the Art World Responsible for Trump? Filmmaker Adam Curtis on Why Self-Expression Is Tearing Society Apart by Loney Abrams.

728). Zothique by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

727). The Voyage of King Euvoran by Clark Ashton Smith.

726). The Garden of Adompha by Clark Ashton Smith.

725). The Isle of the Torturers by Clark Ashton Smith.

724). The Last Hieroglyph by Clark Ashton Smith.

723). The Kiss of Zoraida by Clark Ashton Smith.

722). The Tomb-Spawn by Clark Ashton Smith.

721). The Black Abbot of Puthuum by Clark Ashton Smith.

720). Morthylla by Clark Ashton Smith.

719). The Second American Revolution and Other Essays (1976-1982) by Gore Vidal.

718). A Note on Abraham Lincoln by Gore Vidal.

717). The Second American Revolution by Gore Vidal.

716). The Real Two-Party System by Gore Vidal.

715). The State of the Union Revisited (1980) by Gore Vidal.

714). Theodore Roosevelt: An American Sissy by Gore Vidal.

713). Rich Kids by Gore Vidal.

712). How to Find God and Make Money by Gore Vidal.

711). Pink Triangle and Yellow Star by Gore Vidal.

710). Sex Is Politics by Gore Vidal.

709). Who Makes the Movies? by Gore Vidal.

708). The Charnel God by Clark Ashton Smith.

707). The Devil Thumbs a Ride and Other Unforgettable Films by Barry Gifford. Introduction by Dow Mossman and Edward Gorman.

706). The Witchcraft of Ulua by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

705). Einmana á jólanótt eftir Margréti Erlu Maack.

704). The Weaver in the Vault by Clark Ashton Smith.

703). The Death of Ilalotha by Clark Ashton Smith.

702). Sanditon by Jane Austen.[1]

701). The Field Bazaar by Arthur Conan Doyle.

700). The Watsons by Jane Austen.[1]

699). The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

698). The Master of the Crabs by Clark Ashton Smith.

697). The Empire of the Necromancers by Clark Ashton Smith.

696). Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart by Franz Kafka.[1]

695). Foreword to The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka by John Updike.

694). Postscript to The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka by Nahum N. Glatzer.

693). The Mummy!: Or a Tale of the Twenty-Second Century by Jane C. Loudon.[1]

692). What Is Coming by H. G. Wells.

691). Necromancy in Naat by Clark Ashton Smith.

690). Seduced and Betrayed by Donald Trump by Paul Krugman.

689). The Weird Works of M.R. James by Clark Ashton Smith.

688). Story-Writing Hints by Clark Ashton Smith.

687). Epigrams and Apothegms by Clark Ashton Smith.

686). Epigrams by Clark Ashton Smith.

685). Xeethra by Clark Ashton Smith.

684). Zothique by Clark Ashton Smith.

Nóvember (4/20)

683). Why Corruption Matters by Paul Krugman.

682). Unnecessariat by Anne Amnesia.

681). The Dark Rigidity of Fundamentalist Rural America: A View from the Inside

680). Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World by Mark Twain.[1]

679). Wake for Susan by Cormac McCarthy.

678). You Have Body Issues by Colleen Clark.

677). Donald Trump's Great Bait and Switch by John Cassidy.

676). What a Trump America Can Learn from a Berlusconi Italy by Beppe Severgnini.

675). Periodic Tales: The Curious Lives of the Elements by Hugh Aldersey-Williams.[1]

674). Lotning eftir Atla Þór Fanndal.

673). Neoliberalism: The Deep Story that Lies Beneath Donald Trump's Triumph by George Monbiot.

672). Lady Susan by Jane Austen.

671). Eugene Onegin by Alexandr Sergeyevitch Pushkin. Translated by Charles H. Johnston.[1]

670). Election Thank You Notes by Ethan Coen.

669). Brexit Is Only the Latest Proof of the Insularity and Failure of Western Establishment Institutions by Glenn Greenwald.

668). Democrats, Trump, and the Ongoing, Dangerous Refusal to Learn the Lesson of Brexit by Glenn Greenwald.

667). Cancelled Chapter of 'Persuasion' by Jane Austen.

666). Sir Charles Grandison, or, the Happy Man by Jane Austen.

665). Plan of a Novel, according to Hints from Various Quarters by Jane Austen.[1]

664). The Governing Cancer of Our Time by David Brooks.

663). Was "Lolita" About Race?: Vladimir Nabokov on Race in the United States by Jennifer Wilson.

662). Who Broke Politics? by Paul Krugman.

661). The White Left Has Issued Its First Fatwa by Nick Cohen.

660). I'm a Muslim Reformer. Why Am I Being Smeared as an 'Anti-Muslim Extremist'? by Maajid Nawaz.

Október (9/79)

659). Ready Player One by Ernest Cline.[1]

658). Working the Refs by Paul Krugman.

657). Love and Freindship and Other Early Works: A Collection of Juvenile Writings [...] by Jane Austen. Preface by G. K. Chesterton.

656). Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel in Letters [...] by Jane Austen.

655). Love and Freindship [...] by Jane Austen.[1]

654). Scraps by Jane Austen.

653). A Tale by Jane Austen.

652). A Tour Through Wales by Jane Austen.

651). A letter from a young lady, whose feelings being too strong by Jane Austen.

650). The First Act of a Comedy by Jane Austen.

649). The Female Philosopher: A Letter by Jane Austen.

648). A Collection of Letters [...] by Jane Austen.

647). The History of England [...] by Jane Austen.[1]

646). Juvenilia—Voume the First by Jane Austen.

645). The Generous Curate: A Moral Tale, Setting Forth the Advantages of Being Generous and a Curate by Jane Austen.

644). The Mystery: An Unfinished Comedy by Jane Austen.

643). Memoirs of Mr. Clifford: An Unfinished Tale by Jane Austen.

642). Edgar & Emma: A Tale by Jane Austen.

641). Jack & Alice: A Novel by Jane Austen.

640). The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

639). The Adventure of the Retired Colourman by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

638). The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

637). The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

636). The Adventure of the Lion's Mane by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

635). The Adventure of the Creeping Man by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

634). The Problem of Thor Bridge by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

633). The Adventure of the Three Garridebs by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

632). The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

631). The Adventure of the Three Gables by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

630). The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

629). The Blanched Soldier by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

628). The Illustrious Client by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

627). A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects by Mary Wollstonecraft.[1]

626). Trump in Exile by Sam Harris.

625). Barnið mitt er bjáni eftir Snæbjörn Ragnarsson.

624). On the Duty Of Civil Disobedience [...] by Henry David Thoreau.[1]

623). His Last Bow: Some Later Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

622). His Last Bow: The War Service of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

621). The Adventure of the Devil's Foot by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

620). The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

619). Henry and Eliza: A Novel by Jane Austen.

618). The Three Sisters: A Novel by Jane Austen.

617). Frederic & Elfrida: A Novel by Jane Austen.

616). Juvenilia—Volume the Third by Jane Austen.

615). Evelyn by Jane Austen.

614). Catharine, or the Bower by Jane Austen.

613). Prayer III by Jane Austen.

612). Prayer II by Jane Austen.

611). Prayer I by Jane Austen.

610). When Winchester Races by Jane Austen.

609). When Stretch'd on One's Bed by Jane Austen.

608). To the Memory of Mrs. Lefroy: Who died Dec:r 16 - my Birthday by Jane Austen.

607). This Little Bag by Jane Austen.

606). See They Come, Post Haste from Thanet by Jane Austen.

605). Oh! Mr Best You're Very Bad by Jane Austen.

604). Of a Ministry Pitiful, Angry, Mean by Jane Austen.

603). Ode to Pity by Jane Austen.

602). My Dearest Frank, I Wish You Joy by Jane Austen.

601). Mock Panegyric on a Young Friend by Jane Austen.

600). Miss Lloyd Has Now Went to Miss Green by Jane Austen.

599). I've a Pain in My Head by Jane Austen.

598). Happy the Lab'rer by Jane Austen.

597). On Reading in the Newspapers the Marriage of Mr. Gell to Miss Gill, of Eastbourne by Jane Austen.

596). Sir William Mountage: An Unfinished Performance by Jane Austen.

595). A Beautiful Description of the Different Effects of Sensibility on Different Minds by Jane Austen.

594). The Adventures of Mr. Harley by Jane Austen.

593). The Visit: A Comedy in 2 Acts by Jane Austen.

592). Amelia Webster by Jane Austen.

591). The Beautifull Cassandra by Jane Austen.[1]

590). The Adventure of the Dying Detective by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

589). Hyperborea by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

588). The Passing of Aphrodite by Clark Ashton Smith.

587). The Memnons of the Night by Clark Ashton Smith.

586). The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

585). The Desolation of Soom [...] by Clark Ashton Smith.

584). The Adventure of the Red Circle by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

583). Pítsudís eftir Halldór Halldórsson.

582). Nótt hinna löngu hrífa eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

581). The Youngest Vampire by Clark Ashton Smith.

580). The Adventure of the Cardboard Box by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

579). The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

578). Persuasion by Jane Austen.[1]

577). Confessions of a Necromancer by Pieter Hintjens.

576). What Would It Mean for France to Accommodate Muslims? A philosopher grapples with Islam, secularism, and their place in society by David Frum.

575). Nerd Porn Auteur by Ernest Cline.

574). Steldu, risaeðlan þín, steldu! eftir Þórarin Leifsson.

573). Samþykki eftir Sigríði Dögg Arnardóttur.

572). Ubbo-Sathla by Clark Ashton Smith.

September (10/32)

571). The Dark Eidolon by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

570). The Testament of Athammaus by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

569). Sadastor by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

568). The Return of the Sorcerer by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

567). The Ninth Skeleton by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

566). How to Tell a Story and Others by Mark Twain.[1]

565). The Invalid's Story by Mark Twain.

564). Mental Telegraphy Again by Mark Twain.

563). How to Tell a Story [...] by Mark Twain.

562). The Golden Arm by Mark Twain.

561). The Wounded Soldier by Mark Twain.

560). Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain.[1]

559). Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by the Sieur Louis de Conte (Her Page and Secretary) [...] by Mark Twain.[1]

558). The Bamboo Solution by Mary Roach.

557). The Bronze Image by Clark Ashton Smith.

556). The Valley of Fear by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

555). The Abominations of Yondo by Clark Ashton Smith.

554). Averoigne by Clark Ashton Smith.

553). Dude & Death by J Zane.

552). Letter from the Pulitzer Fiction Jury, Part II: How to Define Greatness? by Michael Cunningham.

551). Letter from the Pulitzer Fiction Jury: What Really Happened This Year by Michael Cunningham.

550). Kallocain by Karin Boye. Introduction by Richard B. Vowles. Translated by Gustaf Lannestock.[1]

549). Red Pearls: An Elric Story by Michael Moorcock.[1]

548). This Is Improbable: Cheese String Theory, Magnetic Chickens, and Other WTF Research by Marc Abrahams.

547). The White Wolf's Son: The Albino Underground by Michael Moorcock.[1]

546). Kæri fáviti eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

545). When a Crackpot Runs for President by Nicholas Kristof.

544). Tittlingar bitlingar eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

543). Let Us Rid the World of Wahhabism by Mohammad Javad Zarif.

542). Jesus the Strategic Leader by Gregg F. Martin.

541). Sorry, Not Sorry: My Apology Addiction by Lena Dunham.

540). Hinn óáhugaverði hugarheimur kvenna eftir Sverri Norland.

539). The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon.[1]

538). Thugs and Kisses by Paul Krugman.

537). How to Stop Pedophile Priests by Geoffrey Robertson.

536). Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.[1]

535). How to Pick the Fastest Line at the Supermarket by Christopher Mele.

534). Ég er siðblindur eftir Jón Örn Loðmfjörð.

533). The Skrayling Tree: The Albino in America by Michael Moorcock.[1]

532). Hillary Clinton Gets Gored by Paul Krugman.

531). Okkar eigin Aleppo eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

530). Georgetown University, Learning from Its Sins by David J. Collins.

Ágúst (8/29)

529). Welcome to Demokrasi: How Erdoğan got more popular than ever by Christopher de Bellaigue.

528). Love Undone by Deborah Levy.

527). The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.[1]

526). This Man Will Change the Way You Play Board Games by Nicholas Hune-Brown.

525). States of Cruelty by Paul Krugman.

524). Panamamótmælin: Þátttaka almennings og markmið mótmælenda eftir Jón Gunnar Bernburg.

523). The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

522). The Adventure of the Second Stain by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

521). The Adventure of the Abbey Grange by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

520). The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

519). The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

518). The Adventure of the Three Students by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

517). The Adventure of the Six Napoleons by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

516). The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

515). The Adventure of Black Peter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

514). The Adventure of the Priory School by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

513). The Modern John Got Himself a Queer Nanny by Kajsa Ekis Ekman.

512). The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty by Dan Ariely.[1]

511). Inside Facebook's (Totally Insane, Unintentionally Gigantic, Hyperpartisan) Political-Media Machine by John Herrman.

510). The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

509). My Parents' Mixed Messages on the Holocaust by Jason Stanley.

508). The Decline of Religion Is the GOP's Real Demographic Crisis by Matthew Sheffield.

507). Giving up alcohol opened my eyes to the infuriating truth about why women drink by Kristi Coulter.

506). What if Trump won't accept defeat? by Eli Stokols.

505). The Adventure of the Dancing Men by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

504). The Adventure of the Norwood Builder by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

503). The Adventure of the Empty House by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

502). The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

501). Bóksalinn í Kabúl eftir Ernu Árnadóttur og Åsne Seierstad.[1]

500). Plebbabókin eftir Jón Gnarr.

499). Autumn Leaves by Anna Seward.

498). Evolution: The Triumph of an Idea by Carl Zimmer. Introduction by Stephen Jay Gould. Foreword by Richard Hutton.

497). Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems by George Monbiot.

496). The Dreamthief's Daughter: A Tale of the Albino by Michael Moorcock.[1]

495). Democracies end when they are too democratic by Andrew Sullivan.

494). History tells us what may happen next with Brexit & Trump by Tobias Stone.

493). Emma by Jane Austen.[1]

Júlí (8/32)

492). Skósveinar 1: Banana! eftir Didier Ah-koon. Myndskreytt af Renaud Collins. Þýtt af Braga Valdimar Skúlasyni.

491). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 6: Elric: Swords and Roses by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Tad Williams. Illustrated by John Picacio.[1]

490). Elric: A New Reader's Guide by John Davey.

489). Introduction to the French Edition of Elric by Michael Moorcock.

488). Introduction to The Skrayling Tree by Michael Moorcock.

487). Aspects of Fantasy (Part 4) by Michael Moorcock.

486). Black Petals by Michael Moorcock.[1]

485). Stormbringer: First Draft Screenplay by Michael Moorcock.[1]

484). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 5: Elric in the Dream Realms by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta.[1]

483). Introduction to the Taiwan Edition of Elric by Michael Moorcock.

482). Earl Aubec of Malador by Michael Moorcock.[1]

481). Aspects of Fantasy (3) by Michael Moorcock.

480). A Portrait in Ivory by Michael Moorcock.[1]

479). Elric: The Making of a Sorcerer by Michael Moorcock.[1]

478). The Brothel in Rosenstrasse by Michael Moorcock.[1][2]

477). Donald Trump's Ghostwriter Tells All by Jane Mayer.

476). Life Hacks of the Poor and Aimless by Laurie Penny.

475). Theresa May has vowed to unite Britain – my guess is against the poor by Frankie Boyle.

474). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 4: Duke Elric by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Michael Chabon. Illustrated by Justin Sweet.[1]

473). Elric: A Personality at War by Adrian Snook.

472). The Flaneur des Arcades de l'Opera by Michael Moorcock.[1]

471). Aspects of Fantasy (2) by Michael Moorcock.

470). Duke Elric by Michael Moorcock.[1]

469). Mansfield Park by Jane Austen.[1]

468). A Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club by Michael Moorcock.[1]

467). London, My Life! or The Sedentary Jew by Michael Moorcock.[1]

466). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 3: Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Holly Black. Illustrated by Steve Ellis.[1]

465). El Cid and Elric: Under the Influence! by Michael Moorcock.

464). Elric of Melniboné: Introduction to the Graphic Adaptation by Michael Moorcock.

463). Aspects of Fantasy (1) by Michael Moorcock.

462). And So the Great Emperor Received His Education by Michael Moorcock.[1]

461). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 2: Elric: To Rescue Tanelorn by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Walter Mosley. Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta.[1]

460). The Roaming Forest: A Tale of the Red Archer by Michael Moorcock.[1]

459). Sir Milk-and-Blood by Michael Moorcock.[1]

458). Crimson Eyes by Michael Moorcock.[1]

457). The Black Blade's Song by Michael Moorcock.[1]

456). The Jade Man's Eyes by Michael Moorcock.[1]

455). Master of Chaos by Michael Moorcock.[1]

454). The Greater Conqueror by Michael Moorcock.[1]

453). The Eternal Champion by Michael Moorcock.[1]

Júní (12/42)

452). Metúsalem eftir Jökul Jakobsson.

451). Nokkur atriði um Brexit sem hafa ekki skilað sér heim til Íslands eftir Kristján Kristjánsson.

450). My Eternal Champion by Walter Mosley.

449). Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.

448). The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

447). The Final Problem by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

446). The Naval Treaty by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

445). The Greek Interpreter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

444). The Resident Patient by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

443). The Crooked Man by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

442). The Reigate Squire by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

441). The Musgrave Ritual by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

440). Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 1: Elric: The Stealer of Souls by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Alan Moore. Illustrated by John Picacio.[1]

439). The Zenith Letter by Anthony Skene.

438). Final Judgement by Alan Forrest.

437). Elric by Michael Moorcock.

436). Mission to Asno! by Michael Moorcock.[1]

435). Putting a Tag On It by Michael Moorcock.

434). The Return of the Thin White Duke by Alan Moore.

433). The "Gloria Scott" by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

432). The Unadulterated Cat by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Gray Jolliffe.[1]

431). Dodger by Terry Pratchett.[1]

430). The Stockbroker's Clerk by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

429). The Yellow Face by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

428). Silver Blaze by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

427). Those Extraordinary Twins by Mark Twain.[1]

426). The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson by Mark Twain.[1]

425). Buxur á 500.000.– eftir Snæbjörn Ragnarsson.

424). Football, Fire and Ice: The Inside Story of Iceland's Remarkable Rise by Barney Ronay.

423). Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.[1]

422). I want a president... by Zoe Leonard.

421). The United States of Lyncherdom by Mark Twain.[1]

420). Little Wars [...] by H. G. Wells.[1]

419). The Canon Is Sexist, Racist, Colonialist, and Totally Gross. Yes, You Have to Read It Anyway. by Katy Waldman.

418). Twelve Stories and a Dream by H. G. Wells.

417). A Dream of Armageddon by H. G. Wells.[1]

416). Miss Winchelsea's Heart by H. G. Wells.

415). Mr. Brisher's Treasure by H. G. Wells.

414). The Stolen Body by H. G. Wells.[1]

413). Mr. Ledbetter's Vacation by H. G. Wells.[1]

412). The New Accelerator by H. G. Wells.[1]

411). Jimmy Goggles the God by H. G. Wells.

410). The Story of the Inexperienced Ghost by H. G. Wells.

409). Mr. Skelmersdale in Fairyland by H. G. Wells.

408). The Truth About Pyecraft by H. G. Wells.[1]

407). Býr Íslendingur hér? Minningar Leifs Muller eftir Garðar Sverrisson.

406). The Valley of Spiders by H. G. Wells.

405). Essays by Michel de Montaigne. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. Translated by Charles Cotton.[1]

404). The Magic Shop by H. G. Wells.

403). Sir Terry Pratchett: Shaking Hands with Death by Andrew Bianchi.

402). Filmer by H. G. Wells.

401). Yosoy - Af líkamslistum og hugarvíli í hryllingsleikhúsinu við Álafoss eftir Guðrúnu Evu Mínervudóttur.

400). You're witnessing the death of neoliberalism – from within by Aditya Chakrabortty.

399). Einn af okkur: saga um samfélag: Anders Behring Breivik og voðaverkin í Noregi eftir Åsne Seierstad. Þýtt af Sveini H. Guðmarssyni.

Maí (8/47)

398). The War Nerd: Captagon, the Beheading Drug! by Gary Brecher.

397). Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.[1]

396). Ógifta systirin eftir David Arnason. Þýtt af Kristínu M. Jóhannsdóttur.

395). The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

394). The Adventure of the Copper Beeches by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

393). The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

392). The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

391). The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

390). The Adventure of the Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

389). The Lost Special by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

388). How Watson Learned the Trick by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

387). The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

386). The Man with the Twisted Lip by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

385). The Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

384). The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

383). A Case of Identity by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

382). The Red-Headed League by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

381). A Scandal in Bohemia by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

380). "En mikið helvíti var karlinn skemmtilegur" eftir Karl Ágúst Úlfsson.

379). The War Nerd: That Russian airliner... bomb or loose screw? by Gary Brecher.

378). The War Nerd: Bombed Stupid by Gary Brecher.

377). The War Nerd: Why is the F-35 Like an Albanian Mushroom? by Gary Brecher.

376). The War Nerd: The Museum of Defeats by Gary Brecher.

375). The War Nerd: How to write an Islamist scare story by Gary Brecher.

374). The War Nerd: OK, Who Rocketed? by Gary Brecher.

373). The War Nerd: Don't be fooled - Turkey is attacking the Kurds by Gary Brecher.

372). The War Nerd: How many soldiers does Hezbollah actually have? by Gary Brecher.

371). The War Nerd: The YPG's new problem against Islamic State is... Victory by Gary Brecher.

370). Stardust by Neil Gaiman.[1]

369). This is how fascism comes to America by Robert Kagan.

368). Persuading Britain to spend billions on Trident is like convincing a tramp to buy a bazooka by Frankie Boyle.

367). Snákalaufin þrjú eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

366). We Have Become Exhausted Slaves in a Culture of Positivity by Jalees Rehman.

365). The Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

364). Hans og Gréta eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

363). Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain.[1]

362). The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt.[1]

361). The Rape of the Lock and Other Poems by Alexander Pope. Introduction by Thomas Marc Parrott.

360). An Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot by Alexander Pope.[1]

359). An Essay on Man by Alexander Pope.[1]

358). An Essay on Man Epistle IV: Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to Happiness by Alexander Pope.

357). An Essay on Man Epistle III: Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to Society by Alexander Pope.

356). An Essay on Man Epistle II: Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to Himself as an Individual by Alexander Pope.

355). An Essay on Man Epistle I: Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to the Universe [...] by Alexander Pope.

354). The Secret Life of Sadiq Khan, London's First Muslim Mayor by Maajid Nawaz.

353). Hvað gerðist þá? Bókin um Mímlu, Múminsnáðann og Míu litlu eftir Tove Jansson. Þýtt af Böðvari Guðmundssyni.[1][2]

352). Epitaph on Gay: In Westminster Abbey, 1732 by Alexander Pope.

351). The Descent of Dullness by Alexander Pope.

350). Ode on Solitude by Alexander Pope.[1]

349). An Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope.[1]

348). Litlu karlarnir þrír í skóginum eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

347). Rapunzel eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

346). Litli bróðir og litla systir eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

345). The Rape of the Lock by Alexander Pope.[1]

344). Sigmundur Ingi! Bless! Bjarni Ben! Bless! Ólöf Nordal! Bless! Ríkisstjórn ríka fólksins! Bless! Framsókn og Sjálfstæðisflokkur! Bless! eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

Apríl (11/76)

343). Stasiland eftir Anna Funder. Þýtt af Elínu Guðmundsdóttur.[1]

342). In This Life, You're on Your Own: Questlove Remembers Prince by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

341). Lady Oracle by Margaret Atwood.[1]

340). Songs of Experience by William Blake.[1]

339). The Voice of the Ancient Bard by William Blake.[1]

338). The Schoolboy by William Blake.[1]

337). To Tirzah by William Blake.[1]

336). A Little Girl Lost by William Blake.[1]

335). A Little Boy Lost by William Blake.[1]

334). A Poison Tree by William Blake.[1]

333). Infant Sorrow by William Blake.[1]

332). The Human Abstract by William Blake.[1]

331). London by William Blake.[1]

330). The Little Vagabond by William Blake.[1]

329). The Garden of Love by William Blake.[1]

328). The Lily by William Blake.[1]

327). Ah! Sun-flower by William Blake.[1]

326). My Pretty Rose Tree by William Blake.[1]

325). The Tyger by William Blake.[1]

324). The Angel by William Blake.[1]

323). The Fly by William Blake.[1]

322). The Sick Rose by William Blake.[1]

321). Nurse's Song by William Blake.[1]

320). The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake.[1]

319). The Little Girl Found by William Blake.[1]

318). The Little Girl Lost by William Blake.[1]

317). Holy Thursday by William Blake.[1]

316). The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake.[1]

315). Earth's Answer by William Blake.[1]

314). Introduction by William Blake.[1]

313). Songs of Innocence by William Blake.[1]

312). On Another's Sorrow by William Blake.[1]

311). A Dream by William Blake.[1]

310). Infant Joy by William Blake.[1]

309). Nurse's Song by William Blake.[1]

308). Spring by William Blake.[1]

307). Night by William Blake.[1]

306). Holy Thursday by William Blake.[1]

305). The Divine Image by William Blake.[1]

304). A Cradle Song by William Blake.[1]

303). Laughing Song by William Blake.[1]

302). Rich people are being 'demonized' for flaunting their wealth. Poor dears! by Barbara Ehrenreich.

301). Privilege, Pathology and Power by Paul Krugman.

300). Economic Inequality Complaints Are Just a Cover for Anti-Rich Prejudice by Don Watkins.

299). The Little Boy Found by William Blake.[1]

298). The Little Boy Lost by William Blake.[1]

297). The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake.[1]

296). The Blossom by William Blake.[1]

295). The Little Black Boy by William Blake.[1]

294). The Lamb by William Blake.[1]

293). The Echoing Green by William Blake.[1]

292). The Shepherd by William Blake.[1]

291). Introduction by William Blake.

290). The Book of Urizen by William Blake.[1]

289). The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake.[1]

288). Mótmælin og stóra samhengið eftir Jón Gunnar Bernburg.

287). The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Updated by Mark Twain.[1]

286). Bræðurnir tólf eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

285). All Religions Are One by William Blake.[1]

284). There Is No Natural Religion by William Blake.[1]

283). The Gates of Paradise by William Blake.

282). The Pickering Manuscript by William Blake.

281). William Bond by William Blake.

280). Long John Brown & Little Mary Bell by William Blake.

279). The Grey Monk by William Blake.

278). The Crystal Cabinet by William Blake.

277). Mary by William Blake.

276). The Land of Dreams by William Blake.

275). The Mental Traveller by William Blake.[1]

274). The Golden Net by William Blake.

273). The Smile by William Blake.

272). Auguries of Innocence by William Blake.[1]

271). Let the Brothels of Paris be opened by William Blake.

270). Týnd í paradís - bók 1 eftir Mikael Torfason.[1]

269). Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.[1]

268). Scarred by Doug Beyer. Illustrated by Mark Texeira, Paul Davidson, and Steve Prescott.

267). Yes Please by Amy Poehler.

266). Jóhannes trúfasti eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

265). The Problem with Hillary Clinton Isn't Just Her Corporate Cash. It's Her Corporate Worldview. by Naomi Klein.

264). Myrkasta tímalínan eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

263). Mergsugur Íslands eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

262). Make Something Up: Stories You Can't Unread by Chuck Palahniuk.[1]

261). How a Jew Saved Christmas by Chuck Palahniuk.

260). Inclinations by Chuck Palahniuk.

259). Tunnel of Love by Chuck Palahniuk.

258). Mister Elegant by Chuck Palahniuk.

257). Expedition by Chuck Palahniuk.

Mars (5/36)

256). Fetch by Chuck Palahniuk.

255). Why Aardvark Never Landed on the Moon by Chuck Palahniuk.

254). Liturgy by Chuck Palahniuk.

253). Torcher by Chuck Palahniuk.

252). Smoke by Chuck Palahniuk.

251). The Toad Prince by Chuck Palahniuk.

250). Cold Calling by Chuck Palahniuk.

249). The Facts of Life by Chuck Palahniuk.

248). Why Coyote Never Had Money for Parking by Chuck Palahniuk.

247). Cannibal by Chuck Palahniuk.

246). Romance by Chuck Palahniuk.

245). Red Sultan's Big Boy by Chuck Palahniuk.

244). Loser by Chuck Palahniuk.

243). Zombies by Chuck Palahniuk.

242). How Monkey Got Married, Bought a House, and Found Happiness in Orlando by Chuck Palahniuk.

241). Eleanor by Chuck Palahniuk.

240). Knock-Knock by Chuck Palahniuk.

239). Beautiful You by Chuck Palahniuk.[1]

238). Playing to Win: Becoming the Champion by David Sirlin.

237). Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. Introduction by Karen Karbiener.[1]

236). Ransom! by David Malki.

235). The First Time Party Bigwigs Tried to Stop a Front-Runner from Becoming President It Backfired—Big-time by Andrew Saunders.

234). Battling the Gods: Atheism in the Ancient World review - disbelief has been around for 2,500 years by Emily Wilson.

233). On Social Sadism by China Miéville.

232). Dialog 1 (On Nuclear Resurrection) by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Frank Prengel.

231). ekkert trickle down sull eftir prólí móló.

230). Surfacing by Margaret Atwood.[1]

229). American Demagogue by David Remnick.

228). How an 18th-Century Philosopher Helped Solve My Midlife Crisis: David Hume, the Buddha, and a search for the Eastern roots of the Western Enlightenment by Alison Gopnik.

227). Drengurinnn sem fór út í heim til að fá hroll eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

226). Kötturinn og músin fara að búa eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

225). Um stjórnarskrártillögurnar eftir Valgerði Bjarnadóttur.

224). Behind the Ronald Reagan Myth: "No one had ever entered the White House so grossly ill informed" by William Leuchtenburg.

223). Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music by John Dryden.[1]

222). Clash of Republican Con Artists by Paul Krugman.

221). Hunsar Alþingi fullveldi íslensku þjóðarinnar? eftir Lawrence Lessig. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.

220). The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood.[1]

219). Fjórar skoðanir eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

218). Froskakóngurinn eða Járn-Hinrik eftir Philip Pullman. Þýtt af Silju Aðalsteinsdóttur.[1]

217). The Difference Between American and British Humour by Ricky Gervais.

216). Donald Trump embodies how great republics meet their end by Martin Wolf.

Febrúar (13/144)

215). The Vampyre: A Tale by John William Polidori.[1]

214). Fragment of a Novel by Lord Byron.[1]

213). Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt. Introduction by Amos Elan.[1]

212). Why Kesha Lost Her Court Battle, But Not Necessarily the War by Marc Hogan.

211). The Shepherd's Crown by Terry Pratchett.[1]

210). The Greatest Intellectual? Noam Chomsky Interviewed by Emma Brockes.

209). Scalia was an intellectual phony: Can we please stop calling him a brilliant jurist? by Paul Campos.

208). What Happens When You Believe in Ayn Rand and Modern Economic Theory by Denise Cummins.

207). M Train by Patti Smith.

206). Profession by Isaac Asimov.[1]

205). Gold by Isaac Asimov. Introduction by Gregory Benford.[1]

204). The Cat from Hell by Stephen King.[1]

203). The Big Trip Up Yonder by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr..[1]

202). An Invocation of Incuriosity by Neil Gaiman.

201). Lady of Steel by Roger Zelazny.

200). Mother Hitton's Littul Kittons by Cordwainer Smith.[1]

199). The Game of Rat and Dragon by Cordwainer Smith.[1]

198). Dancing in the Streets: A History of Collective Joy by Barbara Ehrenreich.[1]

197). A Much-Needed Literary Award by Ursula K. Le Guin.

196). Beðið fyrir brottnumdum eftir Jennifer Clement. Þýtt af Ingunni Snædal.

195). Letters from the Earth by Mark Twain. Edited by Bernard DeVoto. Preface by Henry Nash Smith.[1]

194). The Great Dark by Mark Twain.

193). The Damned Human Race by Mark Twain.

192). Disbelieve it or not, ancient history suggests that atheism is as natural to humans as religion

191). Nokkur þekkt dægurlög sem sonnettur by Davíð Þór Jónsson.

190). From an Unfinished Burlesque of Books on Etiquette by Mark Twain.

189). From the Manuscript of "A Tramp Abroad": The French and the Comanches by Mark Twain.

188). From an English Notebook by Mark Twain.

187). Something About Repentance by Mark Twain.

186). Simplified Spelling by Mark Twain.

185). The Gorky Incident by Mark Twain.

184). Official Report to the I.I.A.S. by Mark Twain.

183). Cooper's Prose Style by Mark Twain.

182). A Cat-Tale by Mark Twain.

181). Letter to the Earth by Mark Twain.

180). Papers of the Adam Family by Mark Twain.

179). Everyday Sexism by Laura Bates. Foreword by Sarah Brown.[1]

178). Christopher Hitchens and the Protocol for Public Figure Deaths by Glenn Greenwald.

177). Margaret Thatcher and Misapplied Death Etiquette by Glenn Greenwald.

176). Of Course It Hurts by Karin Boye. Translated by Jenny Nunn.

175). The Viscount of Adrilankha Book Three: Sethra Lavode by Steven Brust.[1]

174). Blátt blóð - í leit að kátu sæði: Esseyja eftir Oddnýju Eir Ævarsdóttur.

173). The Dandy Frightening the Squatter by Mark Twain.

172). Letters from the Earth by Mark Twain.

171). Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders by Neil Gaiman.[1]

170). The Monarch of the Glen: An American Gods Novella by Neil Gaiman.

169). Leyndarmál annarra eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

168). Rithöfundar eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

167). Geðveikisbakteríur eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

166). Örleikrit II eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

165). Örleikrit I eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

164). Ólíkt höfðumst við að árið tvöþúsundogsjö eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

163). Íslendingabók eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

162). Fyrirgefðu, Stefán Hörður eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

161). Landakot eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

160). Ég er ekki Sigurður Pálsson skáld eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

159). Glottal stop eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

158). Sumt gott í lífinu er ókeypis eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

157). Vinabær eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

156). Samhúð eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

155). Grund eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

154). Hafnarfjörður á liðinni öld eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

153). How to look good naked eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

152). Af persónum eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

151). Félagslegt raunsæi eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

150). Glamúrskortur eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

149). Leikmæðralistinn eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

148). Næturlíf eftir Þórdísi Gísladóttur.

147). The return of "FCUK" T-shirts is more about pearl-clutching prudishness than 90s nostalgia by Glosswitch.

146). Why disregarding motherhood and women's bodies won't help feminism by Glosswitch.

145). We need a feminism that is willing to get its hands dirty by Glosswitch.

144). On High Heels and Stupid Choices by Glosswitch.

143). Should we treat mental illness the same as physical illness? by Glosswitch.

142). Inventing Aladdin by Neil Gaiman.

141). Sunbird by Neil Gaiman.

140). Pages from a Journal Found in a Shoebox Left in a Greyhound Bus Somewhere Between Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Louisville, Kentucky by Neil Gaiman.

139). Goliath by Neil Gaiman.

138). Diseasemaker's Croup by Neil Gaiman.

137). Feeders and Eaters by Neil Gaiman.

136). My Life by Neil Gaiman.

135). How Do You Think It Feels? by Neil Gaiman.

134). Gleymt er þá gleypt er - klámnotkun ungra karla eftir Alexandra Antevska og Nicola Gavey. Þýtt af Báru Jóhannesdóttur Guðrúnardóttur.

133). The Snarling Citizen: Essays by Barbara Ehrenreich.

132). Tale of a Whale by Barbara Ehrenreich.

131). Haiti Explained by Barbara Ehrenreich.

130). Jones v. Clinton by Barbara Ehrenreich.

129). Willy/Woody by Barbara Ehrenreich.

128). Battlin' Bill's Initation Rite by Barbara Ehrenreich.

127). Somalia—the Ratings War by Barbara Ehrenreich.

126). Gulf War II by Barbara Ehrenreich.

125). Who's on Main Street? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

124). The Warrior Culture by Barbara Ehrenreich.

123). Fear of Easter by Barbara Ehrenreich.

122). Honor to the Working Stiffs by Barbara Ehrenreich.

121). Real Babies, Illegitimate Debates by Barbara Ehrenreich.

120). An Epidemic of Munchausen's Syndrome by Barbara Ehrenreich.

119). How Labor's Love Was Lost by Barbara Ehrenreich.

118). S-M as Public Policy by Barbara Ehrenreich.

117). Welfare: A White Secret by Barbara Ehrenreich.

116). Instructions by Neil Gaiman.

115). The Problem of Susan by Neil Gaiman.

114). Locks by Neil Gaiman.

113). Harlequin Valentine by Neil Gaiman.[1]

112). Strange Little Girls by Neil Gaiman.

111). The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch by Neil Gaiman.

110). Good Boys Deserve Favors by Neil Gaiman.

109). Keepsakes and Treasures: A Love Story by Neil Gaiman.

108). Kicking the Big One by Barbara Ehrenreich.

107). Onward, Christian Lite! by Barbara Ehrenreich.

106). We're Number One! by Barbara Ehrenreich.

105). Tired and Out of Compassion by Barbara Ehrenreich.

104). Why Do They Keep Coming? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

103). Maintaining the Crime Supply by Barbara Ehrenreich.

102). Why the Religious Right Is Wrong by Barbara Ehrenreich.

101). Down to the Fundamentals by Barbara Ehrenreich.

100). Teach Diversity - with a Smile by Barbara Ehrenreich.

99). The Triumph of Trash by Barbara Ehrenreich.

98). Paying Attention to O.J. by Barbara Ehrenreich.

97). The Blight of the Living Dead by Barbara Ehrenreich.

96). Won't Somebody Do Something Silly? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

95). Star Power by Barbara Ehrenreich.

94). Camelot Redux by Barbara Ehrenreich.

93). Readers' Block by Barbara Ehrenreich.

92). Gone with the Wind by Barbara Ehrenreich.

91). Blood on the Temple Steps by Barbara Ehrenreich.

90). Prewatched TV by Barbara Ehrenreich.

89). The Decline of the Universe by Barbara Ehrenreich.

88). Kiss Me, I'm Gay by Barbara Ehrenreich.

87). Making Sense of la différence by Barbara Ehrenreich.

86). What Do Women Have to Celebrate? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

85). Sorry, Sisters, This Is Not the Revolution by Barbara Ehrenreich.

84). Feminism Confronts Bobbittry by Barbara Ehrenreich.

83). Women Would Have Known by Barbara Ehrenreich.

82). Coming of Age by Barbara Ehrenreich.

81). A New Boom to Die For by Barbara Ehrenreich.

80). So's Your Old Lady by Barbara Ehrenreich.

79). The Naked Truth About Health by Barbara Ehrenreich.

78). Stamping Out a Dread Scourge by Barbara Ehrenreich.

77). Why Don't We Like the Human Body? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

76). Oh, Those Family Values by Barbara Ehrenreich.

75). Fun with Cults by Barbara Ehrenreich.

74). The Economics of Cloning by Barbara Ehrenreich.

73). Sex and the Married Woman by Barbara Ehrenreich.

72). The Wretched of the Hearth by Barbara Ehrenreich.

71). Housework Is Obsolescent by Barbara Ehrenreich.

70). Cultural Baggage by Barbara Ehrenreich.

69). Konan mín er leiðinleg eftir Snæbjörn Ragnarsson.

68). Want a Child? Take My Son by Barbara Ehrenreich.

67). Burt, Loni, and Our Way of Life by Barbara Ehrenreich.

66). Consumed: A Novel by David Cronenberg.[1] [Ballard + William Gibson]

65). Other People by Neil Gaiman.

64). Going Wodwo by Neil Gaiman.

63). Closing Time by Neil Gaiman.

62). The War Prayer by Mark Twain.[1]

61). The Battle Hymn of the Republic by Julia Ward Howe.[1]

60). The Flints of Memory Lane by Neil Gaiman.

59). Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire by Neil Gaiman.

Janúar (11/47)

58). Endir 4: Mamma eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Pétri Atla Antonssyni Crivello.

57). Endir 3: Ofan & neðan eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Lilju Hlín Pétursdóttur og Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni.

56). The Viscount of Adrilankha Book Two: The Lord of Castle Black by Steven Brust.[1]

55). Forréttindablinda Þjóðkirkjunnar eftir Hjalta Rúnar Ómarsson.

54). Why I'm Supporting Hillary Clinton, With Joy and Without Apologies by Joan Walsh.

53). Hauskúpur og bein eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

52). Underbelly: Additional Observations on the Beauty/Ugliness of Mostly Pillowy Girls by Dave Cooper.

51). The Hidden Chamber by Neil Gaiman.

50). October in the Chair by Neil Gaiman.

49). Is European Integration Unraveling? Interview with Noam Chomsky by C. J. Polychroniou.

48). The Black Book by Orhan Pamuk. Translated by John Freely.[1]

47). The Fairy Reel by Neil Gaiman.

46). The Mapmaker by Neil Gaiman.

45). Brief Candle in the Dark: My Life in Science by Richard Dawkins.[1]

44). The One Weird Trait that Predicts Whether You're a Trump Supporter by Matthew MacWilliams.

43). Pretty Deadly Vol. 1: The Shrike by Kelly Sue DeConnick. Illustrated by Emma Ríos.[1]

42). Rumble Volume One: What Color Darkness? by James Harren and John Arcudi. Illustrated by Dave Stewart.

41). Rebel Rebel: The Fantastic Voyage of David Bowie by Stephen Thomas Erlewine.

40). The Secret Chief: Trey Spruance declares war on hipness by association by Will York.

39). Saga - Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan. Illustrated by Fiona Staples.[1]

38). David Bowie var stórkostlegur. Og hann misnotaði líka fólk. Hvernig tökum við á því? eftir Aiofe.

37). The Return of the Thin White Duke by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano.

36). Smoke and Mirrors: Short Fictions and Illusions by Neil Gaiman.[1]

35). In the End by Neil Gaiman.

34). Eaten (Scenes from a Moving Picture) by Neil Gaiman.

33). Fifteen Painted Cards from a Vampire Tarot by Neil Gaiman.

32). Snow, Glass, Apples by Neil Gaiman.[1]

31). Murder Mysteries by Neil Gaiman.[1]

30). Tastings by Neil Gaiman.

29). Desert Wind by Neil Gaiman.

28). When We Went to See the End of the World by Dawnie Morningside, age 11 1/4 by Neil Gaiman.

27). The Sea Change by Neil Gaiman.

26). Mouse by Neil Gaiman.

25). Vampire Sestina by Neil Gaiman.

24). Foreign Parts by Neil Gaiman.

23). The Sweeper of Dreams by Neil Gaiman.

22). Cold Colours by Neil Gaiman.

21). One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock by Neil Gaiman.

20). We Can Get Them for You Wholesale by Neil Gaiman.[1]

19). Bay Wolf by Neil Gaiman.

18). Only the End of the World Again by Neil Gaiman.

17). Looking for the Girl by Neil Gaiman.

16). Virus by Neil Gaiman.

15). Shoggoth's Old Peculiar by Neil Gaiman.

14). The Daughter of Owls by Neil Gaiman.

13). A Gentlemen's Guide to Rape Culture by Zaron Burnett III.

12). Changes by Neil Gaiman.

11). I hate to break it to feminists, but 'white male privilege' is a myth by Brendan O'Neill.

10). Queen of Knives by Neil Gaiman.

9). The White Road by Neil Gaiman.

8). The Goldfish Pool and Other Stories by Neil Gaiman.

7). Don't Ask Jack by Neil Gaiman.

6). Troll Bridge by Neil Gaiman.

5). The Viscount of Adrilankha Book One: The Paths of the Dead by Steven Brust.[1]

4). Some Notes Toward Two Analyses of Auctorial Method and Voice by Teresa Nielsen Hayden.

3). A Few Words of Welcome and Celebration from the Publisher by Emma Bull.

2). Why Some of the Worst Attacks on Social Science Have Come from Liberals by Jesse Singal.

1). Hvað er eiginlega að Ólafi Ragnari? eftir Guðna Th. Jóhannesson.

2015 (123/1096)

Desember (18/52)

1219). The Price by Neil Gaiman.

1218). Chivalry by Neil Gaiman.

1217). Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie.[1]

1216). Hvað með börnin? eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

1215). Nicholas Was... by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell.

1214). Five Hundred Years After by Steven Brust.[1]

1213). The Great Republican Revolt by David Frum.

1212). 80 Books No Woman Should Read by Rebecca Solnit.

1211). The Wedding Present by Neil Gaiman.

1210). Reading the Entrails: A Rondel by Neil Gaiman.

1209). Hinn víðlesni maður og viðfang hans eftir Kristínu Svövu Tómasdóttur.

1208). Men Explain Lolita to Me by Rebecca Solnit.

1207). Rasisti umræðunnar eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

1206). A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1]

1205). Eigum við að kenna börnunum okkar þetta? eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson.

1204). The Code of the Woosters by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1203). Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety by Eric Schlosser.[1]

1202). Kóralína eftir Neil Gaiman. Myndskreytt af Dave McKean.[1]

1201). Dark Sonnet by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell.

1200). Ég treysti ríkisstjórninni eftir Guðmund S. Brynjólfsson.

1199). Babycakes by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell.

1198). Breakfast in the Ruins by Michael Moorcock.[1][2]

1197). Popular Writers: A Stephen King Interview by Neil Gaiman.

1196). Thank You, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1195). On the Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit by Derek J. Koehler, Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, and Nathaniel Barr.

1194). Learn to Code, It's Harder than You Think by Mike Hadlow.

1193). The American Claimant by Mark Twain.[1]

1192). Prophecies of Fascism by George Orwell.

1191). Shooting an Elephant and Other Essays by George Orwell.

1190). Second Thoughts on James Burnham by George Orwell.[1]

1189). Inside the Whale and Other Essays by George Orwell.[1]

1188). England Your England by George Orwell.[1]

1187). Fáránleg sönnunarbyrði? eftir Hildi Guðbjörnsdóttur.

1186). Very Good, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1185). The Ordeal of Young Tuppy by P. G. Wodehouse.

1184). Indian Summer of an Uncle by P. G. Wodehouse.

1183). Jeeves and the Old School Chum by P. G. Wodehouse.

1182). Thomas Love Peacock: The Novel of Ideas by Gore Vidal.

1181). V.S. Pritchett as "Critic" by Gore Vidal.

1180). Sciascia's Italy by Gore Vidal.

1179). Lessing's Science Fiction by Gore Vidal.

1178). The Oz Books by Gore Vidal.

1177). On Prettiness by Gore Vidal.

1176). Christopher Isherwood's Kind by Gore Vidal.

1175). Edmund Wilson: This Critic and This Gin and These Shoes by Gore Vidal.

1174). F. Scott Fitzgerald's Case by Gore Vidal.

1173). The Love that Purifies by P. G. Wodehouse.

1172). Jeeves and the Kid Clementina by P. G. Wodehouse.

1171). The Spot of Art by P. G. Wodehouse.

1170). Episode of the Dog McIntosh by P. G. Wodehouse.

1169). Numero Zero by Umberto Eco. Translated by Richard Dixon.

1168). Submission by Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Lorin Stein.[1]

1167). Jeeves and the Song of Songs by P. G. Wodehouse.

1166). Jeeves and the Yule-tide Spirit by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1165). The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy by P. G. Wodehouse.

1164). Jeeves and the Impending Doom by P. G. Wodehouse.

1163). The Phoenix Guards by Steven Brust.[1]

1162). Carry On, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1161). Bertie Changes His Mind by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1160). Clustering Round Young Bingo by P. G. Wodehouse.

1159). Fixing It for Freddie by P. G. Wodehouse.

1158). Without the Option by P. G. Wodehouse.

1157). The Rummy Affair of Old Biffy by P. G. Wodehouse.

1156). The Inimitable Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1155). Bingo and the Little Woman by P. G. Wodehouse.

1154). All's Well by P. G. Wodehouse.

1153). Bingo and the Little Woman by P. G. Wodehouse.

1152). The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace by P. G. Wodehouse.

1151). America Is Too Dumb for TV News by Matt Taibbi.

1150). The Miseducation Is Overrated: A Wakeup Call to My Teenage Self by Shamira Ibrahim.

Nóvember (14/44)

1149). The Metropolitan Touch by P. G. Wodehouse.

1148). Dómar heimsins dóttir góð eftir Björgu Árnadóttur.

1147). The Purity of the Turf by P. G. Wodehouse.

1146). The Great Sermon Handicap by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1145). Comrade Bingo by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

1144). Bingo Has a Bad Goodwood by P. G. Wodehouse.

1143). Comrade Bingo by P. G. Wodehouse.

1142). Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch by P. G. Wodehouse.

1141). Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch by P. G. Wodehouse.

1140). Introducing Claude and Eustace by P. G. Wodehouse.

1139). Scoring Off Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.

1138). The Hero's Reward by P. G. Wodehouse.

1137). The Pride of the Woosters Is Wounded by P. G. Wodehouse.

1136). Aunt Agatha Takes the Count by P. G. Wodehouse.

1135). Pearls Mean Tears by P. G. Wodehouse.

1134). Aunt Agatha Speaks Her Mind by P. G. Wodehouse.

1133). 'Alcoholics Anonymous saved my life, but now I've lost my faith' by Jon Stewart.

1132). Death of a Yuppie Dream: The Rise and Fall of the Professional-Managerial Class by Barbara Ehrenreich and John Ehrenreich. Introduction by Albert Scharenberg and Stefanie Ehmsen.

1131). Smile! You've Got Cancer by Barbara Ehrenreich.

1130). Are Women Getting Sadder? Or Are We All Just Getting a Lot More Gullible? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

1129). Is It Now a Crime to Be Poor? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

1128). My Unwitting Role in Acts of Torture by Barbara Ehrenreich.

1127). How "Natural" Is Rape? by Barbara Ehrenreich.

1126). The New Creationism: Biology Under Attack by Barbara Ehrenreich and Janet McIntosh.

1125). The Charge: Gynocide - The Accused: The U.S. Government by Barbara Ehrenreich, Mark Dowie, and Stephen Minkin.

1124). Castle Rackrent by Maria Edgeworth. Introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.[1]

1123). Iceland, Ireland, and Devaluation Denial by Paul Krugman.

1122). Getting Behind America's Anal Sex Fetish by Mark Hay.

1121). Public Enemies: Dueling Writers Take on Each Other and the World by Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Frank Wynne and Miriam Frendo.

1120). Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King.[1]

1119). The Mysteries of Udolpho: A Romance Interspersed with Some Pieces of Poetry by Ann Radcliffe.[1]

1118). An Essay on the Slave Trade by Grímur Jónsson Thorkelin.

1117). A Letter to a Hindu by Leo Tolstoy.[1]

1116). The Thing All Women Do that You Don't Know About by Gretchen Kelly.

1115). Brokedown Palace by Steven Brust.[1]

1114). Heilaþrenning SAMÞYKKIS, þetta er ekki flókið. eftir Sigríði Dögg Arnardóttur.

1113). Thoughts on Religion by Denis Diderot. Translated by Mitchell Abidor.

1112). To Reign in Hell by Steven Brust.[1]

1111). Það sem ég næ ekki við íslenzka hægrið eftir Snæbjörn Brynjarsson.

1110). Fearing Fear Itself by Paul Krugman.

1109). Turkey Continues to Muzzle Democracy's Watchdogs by Christophe Deloire and Noam Chomsky.

1108). How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee by Bart D. Ehrman.[1]

1107). Píkan sem við sáum öll eftir Þórdísi Elvu Þorvaldsdóttur.

1106). The World Is Not Falling Apart by Andrew Mack and Steven Pinker.

1105). What I Discovered From Interviewing Imprisoned ISIS Fighters by Lydia Wilson.

1104). David Cameron hasn't the faintest idea how deep his cuts go. This letter proves it by George Monbiot.

1103). Hin fullkomna og óumdeilanlega uppskrift að fórnarlambi eftir Herthu Richardt Úlfarsdóttur.

1102). Scenes from a Marriage: The Worst Relationship Between a U.S. President and an Israeli Prime Minister Ever—As Autopsied by the People Closest to Them by Amir Tibon and Tal Shalev.

1101). Mo' Meta Blues: The World According to Questlove by Ahmir Questlove Thompson and Ben Greenman.

1100). See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody by Bob Mould with Michael Azerrad.

1099). Hawk by Steven Brust.[1]

1098). Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain and the Gendering of Martyrdom by Molly Beauchemin.

1097). Tiassa by Steven Brust.[1]

1096). Did Jesus Exist? The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth by Bart D. Ehrman.[1]

1095). Wittgenstein's Forgotten Lesson by Ray Monk.

1094). Iorich by Steven Brust.[1]

1093). Inside the Secretive World of Tax-Avoidance Experts by Brooke Harrington.

1092). Jhegaala by Steven Brust.[1]

Október (15/15)

1091). All Scientists Should Be Militant Atheists by Lawrence M. Krauss.

1090). Dzur by Steven Brust.[1]

1089). Issola by Steven Brust.[1]

1088). Dragon by Steven Brust.[1]

1087). Hvað á að gera við líkið af Sjálfstæðisflokknum? eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson.

1086). Landsfundur hinna háu kinnbeina eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson.

1085). Orca by Steven Brust.[1]

1084). Athyra by Steven Brust.[1]

1083). How Did Economists Get It So Wrong? by Paul Krugman. Illustrated by Jason Lutes.

1082). The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research by Martin A. Schwartz.

1081). A Dream of Passion by Steven Brust.

1080). Phoenix by Steven Brust.[1]

1079). Politically Incorrect, Literally by Herb Silverman.

1078). Taltos by Steven Brust.[1]

1077). Teckla by Steven Brust.[1]

1076). Fireworks in the Rain by Steven Brust.

1075). The Desecrator by Steven Brust.

1074). Paarfirotica by Steven Brust.

1073). Shadow of the Therapist by Steven Brust.

1072). Yendi by Steven Brust.[1]

1071). Jhereg by Steven Brust.[1]

1070). Why I Speak Out Against Islamism by Maryam Namazie.

1069). Perv: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us by Jesse Bering.

1068). Thresholds of Violence by Malcolm Gladwell.

1067). The Scorpio Boys in the City of Lux Sing Their Strange Songs by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell.

1066). Gefa þessu stykki séns? eftir Ásmund Ásmundsson.

1065). The Song of Los by William Blake.[1]

1064). Europe a Prophecy by William Blake.[1]

1063). America a Prophecy by William Blake.[1]

1062). Reflections on the Revolution in France, and on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London Relative to That Event: In a Letter Intended to Have Been Sent to a Gentleman in Paris by Edmund Burke.[1]

September (9/56)

1061). The Stolen Sacrifice by Gardner F. Fox.

1060). Bomb both sides in Syria and we'll fix the country in a jiffy by Mark Steel.

1059). Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon.[1]

1058). A Florentine Tragedy by Oscar Wilde with T. Sturge Moore.[1]

1057). La Sainte Courtisane or, The Woman Covered with Jewels by Oscar Wilde.[1]

1056). Essays and Lectures by Oscar Wilde. Preface by Robert Ross.

1055). London Models by Oscar Wilde.

1054). Lecture to Art Students by Oscar Wilde.

1053). Art and the Handicraftman by Oscar Wilde.

1052). House Decoration by Oscar Wilde.

1051). The English Renaissance of Art by Oscar Wilde.

1050). Sea Magic by Fritz Leiber.

1049). að vinna fulla vinnu eftir Anna Axfors. Þýtt af Eiríki Erni Norðdahl.

1048). The Tao of Programming by Geoffrey James.[1]

1047). Pinball, 1973 by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.[1]

1046). Death to the Minotaur [...] by John Tynes.

1045). The Finzer Family - A Tale of Modern Magic [...] by Harry O. Fischer.

1044). Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.[1]

1043). Bend Over, America — Here Comes President Trump by Henry Rollins.

1042). Lips Unsealed: A Memoir by Belinda Carlisle.

1041). We Are Double-Plus Unfree by Margaret Atwood.

1040). Opið bréf til Egils Helgasonar eftir Helga Hrafn Gunnarsson.

1039). Púkinn á öxlinni eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

1038). The Journey Most Alone by Morno.

1037). The Gnome Cache [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] by E. Gary Gygax.[1]

1036). The Forest of Flame by Morno.

1035). Beyond the Wizard Fog by Gardner F. Fox.

1034). Roads from Jakalla by Jerry Westergaard.

1033). Shadow of a Demon by Gardner F. Fox.

1032). Ókeypis falskar eftir Auði Haraldsdóttur.

1031). The Search for the Forbidden Chamber [...] by Jake Jaquet.

1030). The Rise of Historical Criticism by Oscar Wilde.

1029). A Poem About Kebab by Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl.

1028). Rastignac the Devil by Philip José Farmer.

1027). They Twinkled Like Jewels by Philip José Farmer.

1026). The Biological Revolt by Philip José Farmer.

1025). Missing Link by Frank Herbert.

1024). Operation Haystack by Frank Herbert.

1023). Old Rambling House by Frank Herbert.[1]

1022). Glenfinlas, or Lord Ronald's Coronach by Sir Walter Scott.[1]

1021). Impressions of America by Oscar Wilde. Introduction by Stuart Mason.

1020). For Love of the King: A Burmese Masque by Oscar Wilde.

1019). ÓkeiPiss Vol. 5 ritstýrt af Hugleiki Dagssyni.

1018). Í hliðstæðum heimi eftir Einar Krautzwei. Myndskreytt af Þóri Karli Celin.

1017). Að mörgu er að hyggja eftir Jöru Karlsdóttur.

1016). Sögur af Satan eftir Halldór Baldursson.

1015). Súper Survivor 2. þáttur "Klexus-Sex" eftir Árna Jón Gunnarsson.

1014). Skyggni ágætt? eftir Bjarna Hinriksson.

1013). Mánudagsmorgun eftir Þorra Hringsson.

1012). án titils eftir Allie Doersch.

1011). án titils eftir Pétur Atla Antonsson Crivello.

1010). Grænn eftir Emil Hjörvar Peterson. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni.

1009). Páska-Eggert eftir Hauk Valdimar Pálsson.

1008). Komdu niður eftir Ingunni Sögu Sigbjörnsdóttur.

1007). Laumufarþeginn eftir Stefan Boulter.

1006). án titils eftir Lilju Hlín Pétursdóttur.

1005). Donald Trump Is the President America Deserves by Dan Ozzi.

1004). Comforting Thoughts About Death that Have Nothing to Do with God by Greta Christina.

1003). Hátíð merkingarleysunnar eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1][2]

1002). Children in Prison and Other Cruelties of Prison Life by Oscar Wilde.

1001). Atatürk: The Biography of the Founder of Modern Turkey by Andrew Mango.

1000). Nánast alveg eins og Hendrix eftir Dr. Gunna.

999). Jolli í Amadeus, takk fyrir hjálpina á árinu eftir Dr. Gunna.

998). This Is the Difference Between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

997). Syria's Climate Conflict by Audrey Quinn. Illustrated by Jackie Roche.

Ágúst (1/22)

996). The Babbage Engine: A Brief History

995). A Heckuca Job by Paul Krugman.

994). As We May Think by Vannevar Bush.[1]

993). Excerpts from A Conversation with Gordon Moore: Moore's Law by Gordon E. Moore.

992). Cramming More Components onto Integrated Circuits by Gordon E. Moore.[1]

991). Tech nerds are smart. But they can't seem to get their heads around politics by David Roberts.

990). Low Culture: Neill Jameson on Maybe Not Treating Women Like Sperm Receptacles by Neill Jameson.

989). The War Nerd: A Glorious Victory, for Once! by Gary Brecher.

988). The War Nerd: Scuds & Patriots—The Armies of This Age Are Weird by Gary Brecher.

987). The War Nerd: Doing the Math on Alawite Casualty Numbers by Gary Brecher.

986). The War Nerd: Escape from East Timor (Part Two) by Gary Brecher.

985). The War Nerd: Escape from East Timor (Part One) by Gary Brecher.

984). Who Won Science Fiction's Hugo Awards, and Why It Matters by Amy Wallace.

983). The War Nerd: Bentleys for Houthis! by Gary Brecher.

982). A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain.[1]

981). Keith Richards... by Tom Waits.

980). Hamingjusama neysluhóran eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

979). Prostitution: The Swedish or the Dutch Model? by Evie Embrechts.

978). Private Musings of Tiffany Aching by Terry Pratchett.

977). It's Not Climate Change, It's Everything Change by Margaret Atwood.

976). Þorpið eftir Bjarna Bernharð.

975). Vantrú, Bjarni og Guðni eftir Ragnar Þór Pétursson.

974). tilkynning á skáldamóti eftir Sjón.

Júlí (3/8)

973). Complaint to My Lode-Sterre by Geoffrey Chaucer.

972). Complaint to My Mortal Foe by Geoffrey Chaucer.

971). Womanly Noblesse by Geoffrey Chaucer.

970). Intentions by Oscar Wilde.

969). The Truth of Masks: A Note on Illusion by Oscar Wilde.

968). Pen, Pencil and Poison: A Study in Green by Oscar Wilde.

967). The Decay of Lying: A Dialogue by Oscar Wilde.[1]

966). The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come by John Bunyan.[1]

965). Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahnemann.[1]

964). Choices, Values, and Frames by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahnemann.

963). Judgment Under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahnemann.

Júní (6/58)

962). Bossypants by Tina Fey.[1]

961). The Soul of Man Under Socialism by Oscar Wilde.[1]

960). Landor's Cottage: A Pendant to 'The Domain of Arnheim' by Edgar Allan Poe.

959). X-ing a Paragrab by Edgar Allan Poe.

958). Von Kempelen and His Discovery by Edgar Allan Poe.

957). Hop-Frog or, The Eight Chained Ourang-Outangs by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

956). Mellonta Tauta by Edgar Allan Poe.

955). The Domain of Arnheim by Edgar Allan Poe.

954). The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

953). The Sphinx by Edgar Allan Poe.

952). The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

951). Spoiler Alert Starring Therkla by Rich Burlew.

950). The Dumbest Idea in the World: Maximizing Shareholder Value by Steve Denning.

949). The U.S. Computer Industry Is Dying and I'll Tell You Exactly Who Is Killing It and Why by Robert X. Cringely.

948). The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

947). The Imp of the Perverse by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

946). The Power of Words by Edgar Allan Poe.

945). Some Words with a Mummy by Edgar Allan Poe.

944). The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade by Edgar Allan Poe.

943). The Purloined Letter by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

942). Morning on the Wissahiccon by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

941). Souvenir of Evil by Barry Gifford.

940). The Peterson Fire by Barry Gifford.

939). Rosa Blanca by Barry Gifford.

938). The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq.: Late Editor of the "Goosetherumfoodle" by Himself by Edgar Allan Poe.

937). Thou Art the Man by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

936). The Angel of the Odd—An Extravaganza by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

935). The Oblong Box by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

934). Mesmeric Revelation by Edgar Allan Poe.

933). The Premature Burial by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

932). The Balloon Hoax by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

931). A Tale of the Ragged Mountains by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

930). The Spectacles by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

929). Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences by Edgar Allan Poe.

928). The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

927). The Gold-Bug by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

926). The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

925). The Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

924). The Mystery of Marie Rogêt: A Sequel to 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue' by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

923). The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

922). The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

921). Three Sundays in a Week by Edgar Allan Poe.

920). Eleonora: A Fable by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

919). Never Bet the Devil Your Head: A Tale with a Moral by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

918). The Colloquy of Monos and Una by Edgar Allan Poe.

917). The Island of the Fay by Edgar Allan Poe.

916). A Descent into the Maelström by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

915). The Murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

914). The Man of the Crowd by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

913). The Business Man by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

912). The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

911). Second Thoughts on Hard Core: American Obscenity Law and the Scapegoating of Deviance by Linda Williams.

910). Þegar farið er að sjá fyrir endann á síðasta ástarsambandinu í Rvk eftir Dag Hjartarson.

909). Untitled by Scott Alexander.

908). The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole.[1]

907). Hobbitinn eða út og heim aftur eftir J. R. R. Tolkien. Þýtt af Þorsteini Thorarensen.

906). Agrippa (A Book of the Dead) by William Gibson.[1]

905). Disneyland with the Death Penalty by William Gibson.[1]

904). When Mark Met Nick & Shane: Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse by James Brown and Sean O'Hagan.

903). I'm a Liberal Professor, and My Liberal Students Terrify Me by Edward Schlosser.

902). Gulliver's Travels into Several Remote Regions of the World by Jonathan Swift. Introduction by Thomas M. Balliet.[1]

901). King Leopold's Soliloquy: A Defense of His Congo Rule by Mark Twain.

900). Credo by Neil Gaiman.

899). Kino by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.

Maí (12/145)

898). Click-clack the Rattlebag by Neil Gaiman.

897). Politian: A Tragedy by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

896). God Is Disappointed in You by Mark Russell. Illustrated by Shannon Wheeler.[1]

895). Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade) by Mark Twain.[1]

894). Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque by Edgar Allan Poe.

893). The Conversation of Erios and Charmion by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

892). The Visionary by Edgar Allan Poe.

891). Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling by Edgar Allan Poe.

890). Berenice by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

889). Metzengerstein: A Tale in Imitation of the German by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

888). Loss of Breath by Edgar Allan Poe.

887). Von Jung by Edgar Allan Poe.

886). Af hverju er allt í upplausn á Alþingi? by Ásgeir Berg Matthíasson.

885). A Tale of Jerusalem by Edgar Allan Poe.

884). Hans Phaall by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

883). Siope—A Fable by Edgar Allan Poe.

882). Epimanes by Edgar Allan Poe.

881). The Scythe of Time by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

880). The Signora Zenobia by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

879). King Pest by Edgar Allan Poe.

878). Ligeia by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

877). Flug WW117 by Hrafn Jónsson.

876). The Devil in the Belfry by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

875). Shadow—A Parable by Edgar Allan Poe.

874). Bon-Bon by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

873). MS. Found in a Bottle by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

872). The Duc de L'Omelette by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

871). The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

870). "Og þessi voðalega kona..." - hvernig samtíminn brást (við) þremur konum á síðustu öld eftir Ásdísi Thoroddsen.

869). Errors and Lies by Paul Krugman.

868). The Rationale of Verse by Edgar Allan Poe.

867). The Man that Was Used Up: A Tale of the Late Bugaboo and Kickapoo Campaign by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

866). William Wilson by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

865). Lionizing: A Tale by Edgar Allan Poe.

864). Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East by Scott Anderson.[1]

863). Morella by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

862). The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger by Stephen King.[1]

861). Ulalume by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

860). To Octavia by Edgar Allan Poe.

859). To My Mother by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

858). To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter by Edgar Allan Poe.

857). To Marie Louise (Shew) by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

856). To Margaret by Edgar Allan Poe.

855). To M. L. S— (Marie Louise Shew) by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

854). To Isaac Lea by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

853). To Helen (Sarah Helen Whitman) by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

852). To — (Violet Vane) by Edgar Allan Poe.

851). To —: Sleep on, sleep on, another hour... by Edgar Allan Poe.

850). Stanzas (To F.S.O.) by Edgar Allan Poe.

849). Spiritual Song by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

848). Serenade by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

847). Poetry by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

846). O, Tempora! O, Mores! by Edgar Allan Poe.

845). May Queen Ode by Edgar Allan Poe.

844). About Critics and Criticism by Edgar Allan Poe.

843). Latin Hymn by Edgar Allan Poe.

842). Impromptu: To Kate Carol by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

841). For Annie by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

840). Fanny by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

839). Epigram for Wall Street by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

838). An Enigma by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

837). Enigma (On Shakespeare) by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

836). Elizabeth by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

835). Eldorado by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

834). A Campaign Song by Edgar Allan Poe.

833). Beloved Physician by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

832). The Bells by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

831). Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

830). Alone: From childhood's hour, I have not been... by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

829). An Acrostic by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

828). The Raven and Other Poems by Edgar Allan Poe.

827). A Dream by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

826). Scenes from "Politian": An Unpublished Drama by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

825). The Haunted Palace by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

824). The Conqueror Worm by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

823). Sonnet — Silence by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

822). To F— by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

821). To F—s S. O—d by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

820). Eulalie — A Song by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

819). To One in Paradise by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

818). The City in the Sea by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

817). Hinn eiginlegi þagnarmúr kynferðisofbeldis eftir Önnu Bentínu Hermansen.

816). Sonnet — To Zante by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

815). Dream-Land by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

814). Israfel by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

813). Hymn by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

812). Lenore by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

811). The Coliseum by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

810). The Sleeper by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

809). Bridal Ballad by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

808). The Valley of Unrest by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

807). The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe. Introduction by Edmund C. Stedman.[1]

806). Poems by Edgar Allan Poe.

805). Tamerlane by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

804). Al Aaraaf by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

803). The Valley Nis by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

802). A Pæan by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

801). Irene by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

800). Fairy Land by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

799). The Doomed City by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

798). Israfel by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

797). To Helen by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

796). Introduction (Romance) by Edgar Allan Poe.

795). Letter to Mr. — by Edgar Allan Poe.

794). Lines on Joe Locke by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

793). The Master and Margarita by Andrzey Klimowski and Danusia Schejbal. Adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov.

792). Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain.[1]

791). Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven by Mark Twain.[1]

790). Counter-Revolutionary Violence: Bloodbaths in Fact and Propaganda by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky. Preface by Richard A. Falk.[1]

789). The Limits of Discourse as Demonstrated by Sam Harris and Noam Chomsky by Sam Harris.

788). The Hyena by Robert E. Howard.

787). The Fearsome Touch of Death by Robert E. Howard.

786). The Dream Snake by Robert E. Howard.

785). Pigeons from Hell by Robert E. Howard.

784). The Dead Remember by Robert E. Howard.

783). Black Hound of Death by Robert E. Howard.

782). The Tomb's Secret by Robert E. Howard.

781). The Cairn on the Headland by Robert E. Howard.

780). Matters of Fact and Fiction: Essays 1973-1976 by Gore Vidal.

779). The State of the Union by Gore Vidal.

778). Political Melodramas by Gore Vidal.

777). Conglomerates by Gore Vidal.

776). What Robert Moses Did to New York by Gore Vidal.

775). The Fire of Asshurbanipal by Robert E. Howard.

774). The Thing on the Roof by Robert E. Howard.

773). With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles by Robert E. Howard.

772). Midnight by Robert E. Howard.

771). The Beast from the Abyss by Robert E. Howard.

770). Black Wind Blowing by Robert E. Howard.

769). The Grisly Horror by Robert E. Howard.

768). Old Garfield's Heart by Robert E. Howard.

767). Skull-Face by Robert E. Howard.

766). Is Shakespeare Dead?: From My Autobiography by Mark Twain.[1]

765). Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again by Mark Twain.

764). The Man on the Ground by Robert E. Howard.

763). Graveyard Rats by Robert E. Howard.

762). Names in the the Black Book by Robert E. Howard.

761). Fangs of Gold by Robert E. Howard.

760). Black Talons by Robert E. Howard.

759). The Horror from the Mound by Robert E. Howard.

758). Wolfshead by Robert E. Howard.

757). In the Forest of Villefère by Robert E. Howard.

756). Sea Curse by Robert E. Howard.

755). Children, if you dare to think by Robert Graves.

754). Top Down Operator Precedence by Douglas Crockford.

753). The Elements of JavaScript Style, Part One by Douglas Crockford.

752). JScript Memory Leaks by Douglas Crockford.

751). JavaScript and HTML Script Tags by Douglas Crockford.

750). Prototypal Inheritance in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford.

749). Classical Inheritance in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford.

748). Private Members in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford.

747). The Little JavaScripter by Douglas Crockford.

746). Dig Me No Grave by Robert E. Howard.

745). The Haunter of the Ring by Robert E. Howard.[1]

744). The Black Stone by Robert E. Howard.[1]

743). The Children of the Night by Robert E. Howard.[1]

742). Á sléttum úti eftir Höskuld Ólafsson.

Apríl (9/167)

741). Gates of Empire by Robert E. Howard.

740). The King's Service by Robert E. Howard.

739). Why the Future of Religion Is Bleak by Daniel C. Dennett.

738). The Shadow of the Vulture by Robert E. Howard.[1]

737). The Lion of Tiberias by Robert E. Howard.

736). There are now two Americas. My country is a horror show by David Simon.

735). Code Conventions for the JavaScript Programming Language by Douglas Crockford.

734). A Survey of the JavaScript Programming Language by Douglas Crockford.

733). The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language Has Become the World's Most Popular Programming Language by Douglas Crockford.

732). JavaScript: The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language by Douglas Crockford.

731). The Sowers of Thunder by Robert E. Howard.[1]

730). Lord of Samarcand by Robert E. Howard.

729). Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress by Daniel Defoe.[1]

728). Ástin ein taugahrúga: Enginn dans við Ufsaklett eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

727). Töfranótt eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

726). Barnið í bókinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

725). Alvörukona II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

724). Við vorum bara fólk eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

723). Kvöld í október eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

722). Tungan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

721). Ufsaklettur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

720). Rússíbaninn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

719). Ófullgert ljóð um gleymsku eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

718). Komfortsón eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

717). Febrúar mars eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

716). Kæri söknuður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

715). Sorg út af ástinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

714). Sorg í líkamanum eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

713). Harmleikur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

712). Ástin er ígulker eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

711). Vélin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

710). Hugsum um eitthvað annað eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

709). Bráðamóttakan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

708). Kaffiskvettan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

707). Sex mánaða sambúð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

706). Ástin sem varð að taugahrúgu eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

705). Hápunkturinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

704). Engill eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

703). Nafnlaust eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

702). Skyrtan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

701). Farinn á sjóinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

700). Á leiðinni niður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

699). Segðu fyrirgefðu við tunglið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

698). Faðmlag eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

697). Við í sambúðinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

696). Sólarlagið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

695). Viðgerðir eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

694). Ástin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

693). Líkamsminni II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

692). Líkamsminni I eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

691). Þegar hann er fluttur inn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

690). Sambúð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

689). Draslið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

688). Annað ljóð um sýlinder eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

687). Sýlindermaðurinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

686). Beauty and the Beast eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

685). Eitthvað brostið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

684). Opinberun II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

683). Röddin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

682). Símtalið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

681). Kveðjustund eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

680). Mylsnuást eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

679). Þakklæti eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

678). Herbergi, hæð og hverfi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

677). Vaknaði upp um nótt eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

676). Kastalinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

675). Ofbeldi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

674). Brjóstkassinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

673). Viskan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

672). Ásetningur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

671). Opinberunarljóð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

670). Rútína eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

669). Kærastinn minn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

668). Einkenni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

667). Plastpokamaður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

666). Ballið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

665). Tilhugalífsvetur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

664). Á fjórða degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

663). Á þriðja degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

662). Á öðrum degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

661). Hinn fyrsti dagur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

660). Ljóð um ástina eða gleymskuna eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

659). Alvörukonan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.

658). The True-Born Englishman: A Satire by Daniel Defoe.[1]

657). The Education of Women by Daniel Defoe.

656). The Shortest Way with the Dissenters; or, Proposals for the Establishment of the Church by Daniel Defoe.[1]

655). Eitthvað illt á leiðinni er ritstýrt af Markúsi Má Efraím. Formáli eftir Gerði Kristnýju.[1]

654). Veran eftir Steinunni Margréti Herbertsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Lindu Ólafsdóttur.

653). Hvar eru jólin? eftir Gunnlaug Jón Briem. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni.

652). Óttinn eftir Erlenu Isabellu Einarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore.

651). Þokan eftir Tinnu Tynes. Myndskreytt af Þóreyju Mjallhvíti Heiðar- og Ómarsdóttur.

650). Vinir að eilífu eftir Bernardo Tino Neri Haensel. Myndskreytt af Sigrúnu Eldjárn.

649). Eitthvað óhreint eftir Söru Hjördísi Guðnadóttur. Myndskreytt af Erlu Maríu Árnadóttur.

648). Maran eftir Víking Breka Sigurðarson. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni.

647). Fyrir utan eftir Ana Kokotovic. Myndskreytt af Þóreyju Mjallhvíti Heiðar- og Ómarsdóttur.

646). Koffort dauðans eftir Ólínu Stefánsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingu Maríu Brynjarsdóttur.

645). Skrýtna nóttin eftir Mörtu Björg Björnsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Sigrúnu Eldjárn.

644). Ekki strax eftir Iðunni Gróu Sighvatsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Þóreyju Mjallhvíti Heiðar- og Ómarsdóttur.

643). Grikkur eða gott eftir Mattheu Júlíusdóttur og Ronju Björk Bjarnadóttur. Myndskreytt af Lindu Ólafsdóttur.

642). Heimsóknin eftir Svanhildi Dóru Haraldsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni.

641). Hvörfin miklu eftir Hrafnhildi Oddgeirsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore.

640). Rauða krákan eftir Freyju Gyðudóttur Gunnarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Erlu Maríu Árnadóttur.

639). Göngin eftir Amelíu Eyfjörð Bergsteinsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Sigrúnu Eldjárn.

638). Morðóða kanínan eftir Hrafn Sverisson. Myndskreytt af Ingu Maríu Brynjarsdóttur.

637). Heimferðin eftir Úlf Bjarna Tulinius. Myndskreytt af Lindu Ólafsdóttur.

636). Þrjú ljóð eftir Hildi Knútsdóttur.

635). The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

634). The Outsong by Rudyard Kipling.

633). The Spring Running by Rudyard Kipling.

632). Chil's Song by Rudyard Kipling.

631). Red Dog by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

630). "Angutivun tina" by Rudyard Kipling.

629). Quiquern by Rudyard Kipling.

628). The War Nerd: The Art of Turf War by Gary Brecher.

627). The War Nerd: The Confederates Who Should've Been Hanged by Gary Brecher.

626). The War Nerd: To Lighten the Mood, Here's the Cheery Tale of Dammaj by Gary Brecher.

625). The War Nerd: A Brief History of the Yemen Clusterf*ck by Gary Brecher.

624). Fear and Forgetting: The War Nerd in East Timor, Part One by Gary Brecher.

623). The War Nerd: Why Did Mohammed Emwazi Become Jihadi John? by Gary Brecher.

622). The War Nerd: Tomb Raiders of Kobane by Gary Brecher.

621). The War Nerd: Islamic State and American Narcissism by Gary Brecher.

620). The War Nerd: Boko Haram and the Demon Consensus by Gary Brecher.

619). The War Nerd: Getting "Woman Warriors" Wrong by Gary Brecher.

618). The War Nerd: More Proof the US Defense Industry Has Nothing to Do with Defending America by Gary Brecher.

617). The War Nerd: Murder on the Orientalist Express by Gary Brecher.

616). The Tudors: The Complete Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty by G. J. Meyer.[1]

615). Red Blades of Black Cathay by Robert E. Howard and Tevis Clyde Smith.

614). The Isle of Pirate's Doom by Robert E. Howard.

613). The Song of the Little Hunter by Rudyard Kipling.

612). The King's Ankus by Rudyard Kipling.

611). A Ripple-song by Rudyard Kipling.

610). The Undertakers by Rudyard Kipling.

609). Translations of "Jabberwocky" by Douglas R. Hofstadter.

608). Der Jammerwoch by Lewis Carroll. Translated by Robert Scott.

607). Le Jaseroque by Lewis Carroll. Translated by Frank L. Warrin.

606). Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll.[1]

605). Mowgli's Song Against People by Rudyard Kipling.

604). Letting in the Jungle by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

603). A Song of Kabir by Rudyard Kipling.

602). The Miracle of Purun Bhagat by Rudyard Kipling.

601). The Law of the Jungle by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

600). How Fear Came by Rudyard Kipling.

599). Punglykt eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

598). Swords of the Red Brotherhood by Robert E. Howard.

597). Black Vulmea's Vengeance by Robert E. Howard.

596). The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley.[1]

595). The Authoritarians by Bob Altemeyer.

594). Swords of Shahrazar by Robert E. Howard.[1]

593). The Treasure of Tartary by Robert E. Howard.[1]

592). The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

591). Parade Song of the Camp Animals by Rudyard Kipling.

590). Her Majesty's Servants by Rudyard Kipling.

589). Shiv and the Grasshopper by Rudyard Kipling.

588). Toomai of the Elephants by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

587). Darzee's Chant by Rudyard Kipling.

586). "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

585). The Blood of Belshazzar by Robert E. Howard.[1]

584). Hawks of Outremer by Robert E. Howard.[1]

583). Lukannon by Rudyard Kipling.

582). The White Seal by Rudyard Kipling.

581). The Lost Valley of Iskander by Robert E. Howard.[1]

580). Son of the White Wolf by Robert E. Howard.[1]

579). The Country of the Knife by Robert E. Howard.[1]

578). Mowgli's Song by Rudyard Kipling.

577). "Tiger! Tiger!" by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

576). Road-Song of the Bandar-Log by Rudyard Kipling.

575). Kaa's Hunting by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

574). The Negro Question by Albert Einstein.

573). Hunting-Song of the Seeonee Pack by Rudyard Kipling.

572). Mowgli's Brothers by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

571). Blood of the Gods by Robert E. Howard.[1]

570). Hawk of the Hills by Robert E. Howard.[1]

569). The Daughter of Erlik Khan by Robert E. Howard.[1]

568). The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe.[1]

567). Witch from Hell's Kitchen by Robert E. Howard.

566). A Bunny's Tale by Gloria Steinem.

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565). Why should atheists have to show respect for religion? by Greta Christina.

564). Skógar bæta geð eftir Höllu Birgisdóttur.

563). SpíralaBorges eftir Kristu Alexandersdóttur.

562). Skúli Vilborg eftir Þorstein Guðmundsson.

561). Roði eftir Magnús Sigurðsson.

560). Böbblí í Vúlvunni: á framlengdum skiladegi skattframtalsins 2015 eftir Kristínu Svövu Tómasdóttur.

559). Essays on Paul Bourget by Mark Twain.

558). A Little Note to M. Paul Bourget by Mark Twain.

557). What Paul Bourget Thinks of Us by Mark Twain.

556). Almuric by Robert E. Howard.[1]

555). The Defeat of Youth and Other Poems by Aldous Huxley.

554). The Louse-Hunters by Arthur Rimbaud. Translated by Aldous Huxley.

553). L'Après-Midi d'un Faune by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by Aldous Huxley.

552). Scenes of the Mind by Aldous Huxley.

551). Poem by Aldous Huxley.

550). Stanzas by Aldous Huxley.

549). Return from Business by Aldous Huxley.

548). Panic by Aldous Huxley.

547). Points and Lines by Aldous Huxley.

546). On the Bus by Aldous Huxley.

545). Topiary by Aldous Huxley.

544). Social Amenities by Aldous Huxley.

543). Complaint of a Poet Manqué by Aldous Huxley.

542). The Life Theoretic by Aldous Huxley.

541). Crapulous Impression (To J.S.) by Aldous Huxley.

540). In Uncertainty to a Lady by Aldous Huxley.

539). The Decameron by Aldous Huxley.

538). Minoan Porcelain by Aldous Huxley.

537). Revelation by Aldous Huxley.

536). Private Property by Aldous Huxley.

535). Love Song by Aldous Huxley.

534). Valedictory by Aldous Huxley.

533). By the Fire by Aldous Huxley.

532). Waking by Aldous Huxley.

531). A Little Memory by Aldous Huxley.

530). The Alien by Aldous Huxley.

529). Italy by Aldous Huxley.

528). Anniversaries by Aldous Huxley.

527). Summer Stillness by Aldous Huxley.

526). Inspiration by Aldous Huxley.

525). Out of the Window by Aldous Huxley.

524). The Elms by Aldous Huxley.

523). The Flowers by Aldous Huxley.

522). Winter Dream by Aldous Huxley.

521). The Reef Poplars by Aldous Huxley.

520). Song of Poplars by Aldous Huxley.

519). The Defeat of Youth by Aldous Huxley.

518). Black Canaan by Robert E. Howard.[1]

517). People of the Dark by Robert E. Howard.

516). "Woody Allen is a genius. Woody Allen is a predator": Why Mariel Hemingway's new revelation matters by Erin Keane.

515). The Voice of El-Lil by Robert E. Howard.

514). The Garden of Fear by Robert E. Howard.

513). The Valley of the Worm by Robert E. Howard.

512). The Dark Man by Robert E. Howard.

511). The Gods of Bal-Sagoth by Robert E. Howard.

510). Selected Poems by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

509). Sea Breeze by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

508). Autumn Plaint by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

507). Sonnet: 'Méry, sans trop d'aurore...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

506). O so dear by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

505). Fan: Of Méry Laurent by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

504). ...Mysticis umbraculis by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

503). Homage by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

502). Sigh by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

501). My Books... by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

500). Crushed by... by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

499). To Introduce Myself... by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

498). What Silk... by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

497). All Summarised the Soul by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

496). To the Sole Concern by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

495). Sonnet: 'Pour votre chère morte, son ami...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

494). Sonnet: 'Ses purs ongles très haut...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

493). Sonnet: 'Victorieusement fui le suicide...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

492). Sonnet: 'Le vierge, le vivace...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

491). Sonnet: 'Quand l'ombre menaça...' by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

490). Little Air by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

489). Note by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

488). Album Leaf by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

487). Another Fan: Of Mademoiselle Mallarmé's by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

486). A Fan: Of Mademoiselle Mallarmé's by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

485). Prose by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

484). Tomb (of Verlaine): Anniversary - January 1897 by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

483). The Tomb of Charles Baudelaire by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

482). The Tomb of Edgar Allan Poe by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

481). Funeral Libation: At Gautier's Tomb by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

480). L'Après-Midi d'un Faune: Eclogue by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.[1]

479). The Poem's Gift by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

478). The Clown Chastised by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

477). Summer Sadness by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

476). Distress by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

475). A Negress by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

474). Futile Petition by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

473). A Toast by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by A. S. Kline.

472). Wings in the Night by Robert E. Howard.[1]

471). The Footfalls Within by Robert E. Howard.[1]

470). The Hills of the Dead by Robert E. Howard.[1]

469). The Moon of Skulls by Robert E. Howard.[1]

468). Spear and Fang by Robert E. Howard.

467). Rattle of Bones by Robert E. Howard.[1]

466). Skulls in the Stars by Robert E. Howard.[1]

465). Worms of the Earth by Robert E. Howard.[1]

464). Kings of the Night by Robert E. Howard.

463). The Lost Race by Robert E. Howard.

462). Red Shadows by Robert E. Howard.[1]

461). The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune by Robert E. Howard.[1]

460). The Shadow Kingdom by Robert E. Howard.[1]

459). The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian: The Complete Tales by Robert E. Howard.[1]

458). Red Nails by Robert E. Howard.[1]

457). The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard.[1]

456). Ode by Arthur O'Shaughnessy.[1]

455). Solomon Kane's Homecoming by Robert E. Howard.[1]

454). Which Will Scarcely Be Understood by Robert E. Howard.

453). The Weakling by Robert E. Howard.

452). The Voices Waken Memory by Robert E. Howard.

451). Visions by Robert E. Howard.

450). We are the duckers of crosses... by Robert E. Howard.

449). There's an isle far away on the breast of the sea... by Robert E. Howard.

448). There were three lads who went their destined ways... by Robert E. Howard.

447). Swords glimmered up the pass... by Robert E. Howard.

446). The spiders of weariness come on me... by Robert E. Howard.

445). Scarlet and gold are the stars tonight... by Robert E. Howard.

444). A sappe ther wos and that a crumbe manne... by Robert E. Howard.

443). Rebel souls from the falling dark... by Robert E. Howard.

442). Old Faro Bill was a man of might... by Robert E. Howard.

441). Mingle my dust with the burning brand... by Robert E. Howard.

440). Match a toad with a far-winged hawk... by Robert E. Howard.

439). Hills of the North! Lavender hills... by Robert E. Howard.

438). And Dempsey climbed into the ring and the crowd... by Robert E. Howard.

437). All the crowd... by Robert E. Howard.

436). Against the blood red moon a tower stands... by Robert E. Howard.

435). After the trumps are sounded... by Robert E. Howard.

434). A Tribute to the Sportsmanship of the Fans by Robert E. Howard.

433). Toper by Robert E. Howard.

432). To the Contended by Robert E. Howard.

431). To a Woman by Robert E. Howard.

430). Tides by Robert E. Howard.

429). The Tempter by Robert E. Howard.

428). Surrender by Robert E. Howard.

427). Sonora to Del Rio by Robert E. Howard.

426). A Song Out of Midian by Robert E. Howard.

425). Song of the Pict by Robert E. Howard.

424). A Song of the Don Cossacks by Robert E. Howard.

423). The Song of the Bats by Robert E. Howard.

422). A Song of Cheer by Robert E. Howard.

421). Skulls and Dust by Robert E. Howard.

420). The Skull in the Clouds by Robert E. Howard.

419). Ships by Robert E. Howard.

418). Shadows on the Road by Robert E. Howard.

417). Shadow of Dreams by Robert E. Howard.

416). Serpent by Robert E. Howard.

415). Secrets by Robert E. Howard.

414). The Sea by Robert E. Howard.

413). The Sands of Time by Robert E. Howard.

412). Sailor by Robert E. Howard.

411). Rune by Robert E. Howard.

410). Rules of Etiquette by Robert E. Howard.

409). Roundelay of the Roughneck by Robert E. Howard.

408). A Roman Lady by Robert E. Howard.

407). The Robes of the Righteous by Robert E. Howard.

406). The Road of Azrael by Robert E. Howard.

405). The Riders of Babylon by Robert E. Howard.

404). The Ride of Falume by Robert E. Howard.

403). Retribution by Robert E. Howard.

402). Repentance by Robert E. Howard.

401). Remembrance by Robert E. Howard.

400). Red Thunder by Robert E. Howard.

399). Recompense by Robert E. Howard.

398). Rebellion by Robert E. Howard.

397). Prude by Robert E. Howard.

396). Private Magrath of the A.E.F by Robert E. Howard.

395). The Poets by Robert E. Howard.

394). Poet by Robert E. Howard.

393). An Open Window by Robert E. Howard.

392). One Who Comes at Eventide by Robert E. Howard.

391). One Blood Strain by Robert E. Howard.

390). The One Black Stain by Robert E. Howard.[1]

389). Ocean-Thoughts by Robert E. Howard.

388). Nun by Robert E. Howard.

387). Nisapur by Robert E. Howard.

386). The Mountains of California by Robert E. Howard.

385). The Moor Ghost by Robert E. Howard.

384). Moonlight on a Skull by Robert E. Howard.

383). Moon Shame by Robert E. Howard.

382). Moon Mockery by Robert E. Howard.

381). Monarchs by Robert E. Howard.

380). Miser's Gold by Robert E. Howard.

379). Men of the Shadows by Robert E. Howard.

378). The Maiden of Kercheezer by Robert E. Howard.

377). Lust by Robert E. Howard.

376). Lines Written in the Realization That I Must Die by Robert E. Howard.

375). Lines to G. B. Shaw by Robert E. Howard.

374). Libertine by Robert E. Howard.

373). Lesbia by Robert E. Howard.

372). Laughter in the Gulfs by Robert E. Howard.

371). Laughter by Robert E. Howard.

370). A Lady's Chamber by Robert E. Howard.

369). The Kissing of Sal Snooboo by Robert E. Howard.

368). The King and the Oak by Robert E. Howard.

367). Kid Lavigne is Dead by Robert E. Howard.

366). John L. Sullivan by Robert E. Howard.

365). Jack Dempsey by Robert E. Howard.

364). Ivory in the Night by Robert E. Howard.

363). Invective by Robert E. Howard.

362). Illusion by Robert E. Howard.

361). The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.[1]

360). Shadows in Zamboula by Robert E. Howard.[1]

359). Beyond the Black River by Robert E. Howard.[1]

358). The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain.[1]

357). Apparition in the Prize Ring by Robert E. Howard.

356). Femínismi er svarið við öllu! eftir Drífu Snædal.

355). The Burning Wheel by Aldous Huxley.

354). The Walk by Aldous Huxley.

353). Fragment by Aldous Huxley.

352). Return to an Old Home by Aldous Huxley.

351). Complaint by Aldous Huxley.

350). Perils of the Small Hours by Aldous Huxley.

349). Formal Verses by Aldous Huxley.

348). Sonnet by Aldous Huxley.

347). The Higher Sensualism by Aldous Huxley.

346). The Choice by Aldous Huxley.

345). Sentimental Summer by Aldous Huxley.

344). Sonnet by Aldous Huxley.

343). Misplaced Love by Aldous Huxley.

342). The Ideal Found Wanting by Aldous Huxley.

341). The Canal by Aldous Huxley.

340). The Garden by Aldous Huxley.

339). Escape by Aldous Huxley.

338). "Contrary to Nature and Aristotle" by Aldous Huxley.

337). Books and Thoughts by Aldous Huxley.

336). Philoclea in the Forest by Aldous Huxley.

335). Philosophy by Aldous Huxley.

334). Variations on a Theme of Laforgue by Aldous Huxley.

333). The Mirror by Aldous Huxley.

332). Vision by Aldous Huxley.

331). Quotidian Vision by Aldous Huxley.

330). Two Realities by Aldous Huxley.

329). The Two Seasons by Aldous Huxley.

328). Mole by Aldous Huxley.

327). Darkness by Aldous Huxley.

326). Villiers de l'Isle-Adam by Aldous Huxley.

325). Doors of the Temple by Aldous Huxley.

324). The Burning Wheel by Aldous Huxley.

323). Jewels of Gwaluhr by Robert E. Howard.[1]

322). A Witch Shall Be Born by Robert E. Howard.[1]

321). Skálmöld eftir Einar Kárason.[1]

320). The People of the Black Circle by Robert E. Howard.[1]

319). The Forgotten Village by John Steinbeck.[1]

318). The Devil in Iron by Robert E. Howard.[1]

317). The Dream and the Shadow by Robert E. Howard.

316). Haunting Columns by Robert E. Howard.

315). The Singer in the Mist by Robert E. Howard.

314). The Last Hour by Robert E. Howard.

313). The Soul-Eater by Robert E. Howard.

312). Hymn of Hatred by Robert E. Howard.

311). The Hills of Kandahar by Robert E. Howard.

310). The Heart of the Sea's Desire by Robert E. Howard.

309). The Harp of Alfred by Robert E. Howard.

308). A Great Man Speaks by Robert E. Howard.

307). The Gods Remember by Florence Earle Coates.

306). The Gods of Easter Island by Robert E. Howard.

305). Girl by Robert E. Howard.

304). The Ghost Kings by Robert E. Howard.

303). The Gates of Nineveh by Robert E. Howard.

302). Futility by Robert E. Howard.

301). Forbidden Magic by Robert E. Howard.

300). Flaming Marble by Robert E. Howard.

299). Feach Air Muir Lionadhi Gealach Buidhe Mar Or by Robert E. Howard.

298). Fables for Little Folk by Robert E. Howard.

297). Eternity by Robert E. Howard.

296). Empire's Destiny by Robert E. Howard.

295). Emancipation by Robert E. Howard.

294). Easter Island by Robert E. Howard.

293). A Dull Sound as of Knocking by Robert E. Howard.

292). Dreams of Nineveh by Robert E. Howard.

291). Dreaming on Downs by Robert E. Howard.

290). Dreamer by Robert E. Howard.

289). Desert Dawn by Robert E. Howard.

288). Deeps by Robert E. Howard.

287). Dead Man's Hate by Robert E. Howard.

286). Crete by Robert E. Howard.

285). The Choir Girl by Robert E. Howard.

284). But the Hills Were Ancient Then by Robert E. Howard.

283). Black Chant Imperial by Robert E. Howard.

282). Babylon by Robert E. Howard.

281). Babel by Robert E. Howard.

280). Fennimore Cooper's Literary Offences by Mark Twain.[1]

279). "Aw Come on and Fight!" by Robert E. Howard.

278). Autumn by Robert E. Howard.

277). At the Bazaar by Robert E. Howard.

276). Arkham by Robert E. Howard.

275). An American Epic by Robert E. Howard.

274). An American by Robert E. Howard.

273). Ambition by Robert E. Howard.

272). Always Comes Evening by Robert E. Howard.

271). The Alamo by Robert E. Howard.

270). The Adventurer by Robert E. Howard.

269). Adventure by Robert E. Howard.

268). Sanctuary by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

267). Fear of the Dark by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

266). Nightwings by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

265). Mindlessness by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

264). Secrets and Spies by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

263). Kindergarten Logic by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

262). The Burning Child by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

261). The Boiling Man by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

260). Numb by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland.

259). Coraline by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1]

258). Queen of the Black Coast by Robert E. Howard.[1]

257). Europe in the High Middle Ages 1150-1309 by John H. Mundy.[1]

256). Shadows in the Moonlight by Robert E. Howard.[1]

255). Cimmeria by Robert E. Howard.

254). Gods of the North by Robert E. Howard.[1]

253). Rogues in the House by Robert E. Howard.[1]

252). The Private Life of Genghis Khan by Douglas Adams.[1]

251). The Pool of the Black One by Robert E. Howard.[1]

250). Why Our Children Don't Think There Are Moral Facts by Justin P. McBrayer.

249). The Slithering Shadow by Robert E. Howard.[1]

248). Black Colossus by Robert E. Howard.[1]

247). Listin að rassa yfir sig eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

246). The Tower of the Elephant by Robert E. Howard.[1]

245). Kvæði eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

244). Grettir og Glámur II eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

243). Sveinbjörn Egilsson eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

242). Roy og Trigger eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

241). Lítt vanur reiðhjóli eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

240). Kvæði um Tarsan eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

239). Grettir og Glámur I eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

238). Hans og Gréta eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

237). Hinrik Hinriksson eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

236). Jónatan Livingston mávur eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

235). Palli var einn í heiminum eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

234). Gaui í Þresti: In memoriam eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

233). Tískunnar járnagi eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

232). Draumur frú Rósu á sér enga stoð eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

231). John P. Buckle eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

Febrúar (19/106)

230). The Scarlet Citadel by Robert E. Howard.[1]

229). We by Yevgeny Zamyatin. Preface by Marc Slonim. Introduction by Peter Rudy. Translated by Gregory Zilboorg.[1]

228). The Phoenix on the Sword by Robert E. Howard.[1]

227). The Hyborian Age by Robert E. Howard.[1]

226). A Tale of a Tub by Jonathan Swift.[1]

225). "Hæverska stúlkan" eftir Margréti Erlu Maack.

224). A Tramp Abroad by Mark Twain.[1]

223). Selfish Pigs by Andy Riley.

222). In Defense of Harriet Shelley by Mark Twain.

221). Fanny Hill; or, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure by John Cleland.[1]

220). Ancient and Modern Pederasty Investigated and Exemplify'd (Excerpt) by Thomas Cannon.

219). What ISIS Really Wants by Graeme Wood.

218). Notes on the Cuff by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Alison Rice.

217). The Jar by Ray Bradbury.

216). The Last Night of the World by Ray Bradbury.

215). Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems by Edgar Allan Poe.

214). Fairyland by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

213). To M— by Edgar Allan Poe.

212). A Dream by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

211). Spirits of the Dead by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

210). The Lake by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

209). To the River — by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

208). To—: The bowers wheareat, in dreams, I see... by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

207). Song by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

206). To—: Should my early life seem... by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

205). Romance by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

204). Tamerlane by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

203). Al Aaraaf by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

202). Sonnet — To Science by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

201). William Tell Told Again by P. G. Wodehouse with John W. Houghton. Illustrated by Philip Dadd.[1]

200). How Björk Broke the Sound Barrier by Alex Ross.

199). Tamerlane and Other Poems: By a Bostonian by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

198). The Lake by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

197). The Happiest Day by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

196). A Dream by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

195). Stanzas by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

194). Imitation by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

193). Evening Star by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

192). Visits of the Dead by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

191). Dreams by Edgar Allan Poe.

190). Song by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

189). Tamerlane by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

188). Lenore by Edgar Allan Poe.[1]

187). The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.[1]

186). The Uncanny X-Men 149: And the Dead Shall Bury the Living! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Josef Rubinstein.[1]

185). The Uncanny X-Men 148: Cry, Mutant! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1]

184). How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco's Life by Jon Ronson.

183). A Grief Observed by C. S. Lewis. Introduction by Douglas H. Gresham. Foreword by Madeleine L'Engle.[1]

182). God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question - Why We Suffer by Bart D. Ehrman.[1]

181). Ballaðan um Bjarna Ben eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

180). Ur by Stephen King.[1]

179). A Wodehouse Miscellany: Articles & Stories by P. G. Wodehouse.

178). Disentangling Old Duggie by P. G. Wodehouse.

177). Tom, Dick, and Harry by P. G. Wodehouse.

176). When Papa Swore in Hindustani by P. G. Wodehouse.

175). The Haunted Tram by P. G. Wodehouse.

174). Damon and Pythias: A Romance by P. G. Wodehouse.

173). The Past Theatrical Season: And the Six Best Performances by Unstarred Actors by P. G. Wodehouse.

172). On the Writing of Lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse.

171). The Agonies of Writing a Musical Comedy: Which Shows Why Librettists Pick at the Coverlet by P. G. Wodehouse.

170). My Life as a Dramatic Critic by P. G. Wodehouse.

169). The Alarming Spread of Poetry by P. G. Wodehouse.

168). A Plea for Indoor Golf by P. G. Wodehouse.

167). Photographers and Me by P. G. Wodehouse.

166). In Defense of Astigmatism by P. G. Wodehouse.

165). My Battle with Drink by P. G. Wodehouse.

164). The Secret Pleasures of Reginald by P. G. Wodehouse.

163). The New Advertising by P. G. Wodehouse.

162). An Unfinished Collection by P. G. Wodehouse.

161). Some Aspects of Game-Captaincy by P. G. Wodehouse.

160). My Man Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse.[1]

159). Doing Clarence a Bit of Good by P. G. Wodehouse.

158). Rallying Round Old George by P. G. Wodehouse.

157). Helping Freddie by P. G. Wodehouse.

156). Absent Treatment by P. G. Wodehouse.

155). The Stolen White Elephant by Mark Twain.[1]

154). She's Taking Her Tits to the Grave by Catherine Cheek.

153). Hall of Mirrors by Roger Zelazny.

152). Coming to a Cord by Roger Zelazny.

151). The Shroudling and the Guisel by Roger Zelazny.

150). Blue Horse, Dancing Mountains by Roger Zelazny.

149). The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.[1]

148). The Salesman's Tale by Roger Zelazny.

147). Prologue to Trumps of Doom by Roger Zelazny.

146). Truth and Fiction in The Da Vinci Code: A Historian Reveals What We Really Know About Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Constantine by Bart D. Ehrman.[1]

145). The War Nerd: Osama Porn by Gary Brecher.

144). The War Nerd Vs. Neocon Knucklehead Victor Davis Hanson: A War Nerd Classic by Gary Brecher.

143). WN 40*: Pause for Breakdown by Gary Brecher.

142). WN 40: Syria Wobble by Gary Brecher.

141). WN 39: The War Nerd Surveys the Baltic Armies by Gary Brecher.

140). WN 38: IRA Vs. Al Qaeda: I Was Wrong by Gary Brecher.

139). Some Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion by Mark Twain.

138). War Nerd: What's Holdin' You Up, Muammar? by Gary Brecher.

137). 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang.[1]

136). The War Nerd Vs. Darrell Issa's Goldman Sachs Staffer: A Brief History of Hungarian Fascism Made Simple for Lying Scum by Gary Brecher.

135). The War Nerd: Libya: The Berb-Burb Alliance by Gary Brecher.

134). The War Nerd: So Who Killed Younes? by Gary Brecher.

133). The War Nerd: Libya, by da Yout', for da Yout' - For Now by Gary Brecher.

132). War Nerd Alert: This Guy Look Libyan to You? by Gary Brecher.

131). The War Nerd: Golan: When Your Green March Turns Red by Gary Brecher.

130). Friðhelgi hvað? eftir Þórhildi Sunnu Ævarsdóttur.

129). War Nerd 9/13: Ten Years on and a Long Way Down by Gary Brecher.

128). The War Nerd: China Joins the Yacht Club by Gary Brecher.

127). The War Nerd: The Mayan Caste War - Vivan Los Machetes by Gary Brecher.

126). War Nerd: Ben Grierson, Actual Hero by Gary Brecher.

125). Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling.[1]

124). The Butterfly That Stamped by Rudyard Kipling.

123). The Cat that Walked by Himself by Rudyard Kipling.

122). The Crab that Played with the Sea by Rudyard Kipling.

121). How the Alphabet Was Made by Rudyard Kipling.

120). How the First Letter Was Written by Rudyard Kipling.

119). The Beginning of the Armadillos by Rudyard Kipling.

118). The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo by Rudyard Kipling.

117). The Elephant's Child by Rudyard Kipling.

116). How the Leopard Got His Spots by Rudyard Kipling.

115). How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin by Rudyard Kipling.

114). How the Camel Got His Hump by Rudyard Kipling.

113). How the Whale Got His Throat by Rudyard Kipling.

112). Tony and the Beetles [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

111). The Variable Man [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

110). The Skull [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

109). The Hanging Stranger [...] by Philip K. Dick.

108). The Gun [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

107). The Eyes Have It [...] by Philip K. Dick.

106). The Defenders [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

Janúar (3/102)

105). War Nerd: War of the Babies in Taki's Magazine by Gary Brecher.

104). War Nerd Summer Reading Guide by Gary Brecher.

103). The Crystal Crypt [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

102). From Lebanon to Iraq: We're in Deep Shia Now by Gary Brecher.

101). Russia's Other Great Victory: How the Japs Got Served with the 3,000-Mile Long Stalin Roll Combo by Gary Brecher.

100). Tibet: Five to One Against by Gary Brecher.

99). Who Won Iraq's "Decisive" Battle? by Gary Brecher.

98). The Comoros Coup Factory: Vive le Bob! by Gary Brecher.

97). Kosovo: The Brave Tribes Are Doomed by Gary Brecher.

96). Hardware for Dummies: The Osprey Vs. The Hornet by Gary Brecher.

95). The Kurds Will Always Lose, Part II: The Enemy of Your Enemy Is a Pig, Too by Gary Brecher.

94). Not Your Usual High-IQ Suicide Bombers, Huh? by Gary Brecher.

93). Take America's Navy Battle Group...Please! by Gary Brecher.

92). Paraguay: A Brief History of National Suicide: The Story of How Paraguay Went from a Wannabe Prussia to the Rodney Dangerfield of South America by Gary Brecher.

91). Review of "WE" by E. I. Zamyatin by George Orwell.

90). The Turning Wheel by Philip K. Dick.[1]

89). The Golden Man [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

88). Upon the Dull Earth by Philip K. Dick.[1]

87). The Last of the Masters by Philip K. Dick.[1]

86). The Joy of Cybersex: An Underground Guide to Electronic Erotica (Excerpt) by Brady.

85). Souvenir by Philip K. Dick.

84). Winged Death by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.

83). Two Black Bottles by H. P. Lovecraft and Wilfred Blanch Talman.

82). The Tree on the Hill by Duane W. Rimel and H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

81). The Trap by H. P. Lovecraft and Henry S. Whitehead.

80). Da Kurds: Boo Hoo Who?: Why Kurdistan Is Not a Nation and Never Will Be by Gary Brecher.

79). Burn, Malibu, Burn!: Fire: The Most Effective, Underused Weapon in the World by Gary Brecher.

78). Nahr al Bared: A Squeamish Siege by Gary Brecher.

77). Lebanese Democracy: One Man, One Boom by Gary Brecher.

76). War Nerd: Kamikaze Math: One Plane for One Carrier, and Other Lessons from Tojo's Air Force by Gary Brecher.

75). Prominent Author by Philip K. Dick.

74). The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity by Carlo M. Cipolla.

73). Shell Game by Philip K. Dick.[1]

72). Small Town by Philip K. Dick.

71). Survey Team by Philip K. Dick.

70). The Crawlers by Philip K. Dick.[1]

69). Sales Pitch by Philip K. Dick.[1]

68). Out of the Aeons by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.[1]

67). Feminískur faðir fastur í feðraveldinu eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson.

66). Shank You Very Much: The Fine Art of Prison War by Gary Brecher.

65). The Night Ocean by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.

64). Sikh to Death by Gary Brecher.

63). Om Der Man! by Gary Brecher.

62). No Paper Tigers: Q: Why Did the Tamil Cross the Road? A: To Kill the Other Side by Gary Brecher.

61). Who Won Iraq?: Everyone that Stayed Out by Gary Brecher.

60). The Honorable Gentleman from al-Kaboom! by Gary Brecher.

59). Triumph of the Vile or: 300 Bottles of Idiocy on the Screen by Gary Brecher.

58). If It Ain't Fixed, Break It All Up: Cookin' Up a New Me with Cheney by Gary Brecher.

57). The Modocs: A Beautiful Little War by Gary Brecher.

56). The Fog of Najaf by Gary Brecher.

55). How to Steele a Promotion by Gary Brecher.

54). "Till A' the Seas" by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.[1]

53). Sweet Ermengarde or, the Heart of a Country Girl by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

52). The Slaying of the Monster by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.

51). The Secret Cave or John Lees Adventure by H. P. Lovecraft.

50). A Reminiscence of Dr. Samuel Johnson by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

49). The Mystery of the Grave-Yard or "A Dead Man's Revenge": A Detective Story by H. P. Lovecraft.

48). The Mysterious Ship by H. P. Lovecraft.

47). The Mound by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1]

46). Kata eftir Steinar Braga.[1]

45). The Neanderthal Correlation by Jeff Hecht.

44). Your Xmas War Gift by Gary Brecher.

43). Saddam Died Beautiful: A Special Eulogy by Gary Brecher.

42). Why I Hate WW II by Gary Brecher.

41). Somalia: Me So Horn-y by Gary Brecher.

40). How to Win in Iraq by Gary Brecher.

39). The Doctrine of Asymmetrical War by Gary Brecher.

38). Scheherazade by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.

37). Medusa's Coil by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1]

36). Answering 16 of the Worst #JeSuisCharlie #CharlieHebdo Memes by Daniel Fincke.

35). We Are All... Fill in the Blank by Noam Chomsky.

34). Second Variety [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

33). The Little Glass Bottle by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.

32). The Man of Stone by H. P. Lovecraft.

31). The Last Test by Adolphe de Castro and H. P. Lovecraft.

30). The Horror in the Museum by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.[1]

29). The Horror in the Burying-Ground by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.

28). The Horror at Martin's Beach by H. P. Lovecraft and Sonia H. Greene.[1]

27). The Hoard of the Wizard-Beast by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.

26). The Green Meadow by H. P. Lovecraft and Winifred Virginia Jackson.[1]

25). On Satire by Joe Sacco.

24). The Electric Executioner by Adolphe de Castro and H. P. Lovecraft.

23). The Disinterment by Duane W. Rimel and H. P. Lovecraft.

22). The Diary of Alonzo Typer by H. P. Lovecraft and William Lumley.

21). Charlie Hebdo: Norway's Christians Didn't Have to Apologise for Anders Breivik, and It's the Same for Muslims Now by Mark Steel.

20). Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.[1]

19). Blautir Albaníudraumar eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

18). Why Defend Freedom of Icky Speech? by Neil Gaiman.

17). The Curse of Yig by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1]

16). Dime and Dimer by Gary Brecher.

15). The Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton and Other Stories by Mark Twain.

14). Rogers by Mark Twain.

13). Concerning the American Language by Mark Twain.

12). Speech on the Weather by Mark Twain.

11). Speech on the Babies by Mark Twain.

10). Legend of Sagenfeld, in Germany by Mark Twain.

9). Paris Notes by Mark Twain.

8). An Encounter with an Interviewer by Mark Twain.

7). The Canvasser's Tale by Mark Twain.

6). The Great Revolution in Pitcairn by Mark Twain.

5). Punch, Brothers, Punch by Mark Twain.[1]

4). About Magnanimous-Incident Literature by Mark Twain.

3). The Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton by Mark Twain.

2). Venezuela: Enchilada of Evil by Gary Brecher.

1). Afghanistan: Let 'Em Eat Hams by Gary Brecher.

2014 (92/1003)

Desember (15/240)

1095). Hin fyrstu jól eftir Kristján frá Djúpalæk.

1094). Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.[1]

1093). Sri Lanka: The Big Hate Mo' by Gary Brecher.

1092). Gophers by TKO: Lessons from Lebanon by Gary Brecher.

1091). A Hezbollah Upon All of Thee! by Gary Brecher.

1090). Ólíkindatólin, trúin og kirkjan eftir Guðmund Hörð Guðmundsson.

1089). The War Nerd: America's Problem: No Dong by Gary Brecher.

1088). Árið 2014: Stjórnvöld í stríði við almenning eftir Auði Jónsdóttur.

1087). Finngálknið eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1086). Í Gleraugnaverslun Ísafjarðar (skv gömlum draumi) eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1085). Neyttu meðan á nefinu stendur: Sonnetta úr vöruhúsi eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1084). Fyndni karlinn eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1083). Enn á kuldaskóm eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1082). Í miðju kafu brems eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1081). Hemlaðu fast eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1080). Drottinn drottinn eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1079). Eitt getur eytt eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1078). Möwekvædi (tileinkað fórnarlömbum möweofsóknanna á Íslandi) eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1077). Góður gestur á Bakka eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

1076). Celaya: Machismo vs. Overlapping Fields of Fire by Gary Brecher.

1075). Massacres, Babies and Nukes by Gary Brecher.

1074). Mexican Military Might! by Gary Brecher.

1073). Fighting Terror with Kleenex by Gary Brecher.

1072). This Ain't 1864, Bush Ain't Lincoln, We Ain't Winnin' by Gary Brecher.

1071). Women at War & in Drag by Gary Brecher.

1070). Trading Places: Liberia's Pompous Slaves by Gary Brecher.

1069). Arise, Ye Danes! by Gary Brecher.

1068). 2006 War Preview: Year of the Sequel by Gary Brecher.

1067). Animal Farm by George Orwell.[1]

1066). The Japanese Red Army: How Little We Knew Ye by Gary Brecher.

1065). The 90s: We Watched the Wrong Wars by Gary Brecher.

1064). Happy 100th to an Unloved War by Gary Brecher.

1063). IEDs: The Lazy Man's Insurgency by Gary Brecher.

1062). Southern Thailand: The Long Grind by Gary Brecher.

1061). Preface to the Ukrainian Edition of Animal Farm by George Orwell.

1060). The Freedom of the Press by George Orwell.

1059). Coming Up for Air by George Orwell.[1]

1058). Less Is Mauritania: You Want Anarchy? by Gary Brecher.

1057). American Nationalism: Extinct Since Desert One by Gary Brecher.

1056). Victor Hanson: Portrait of an American Traitor by Gary Brecher.

1055). Nerf War and Real War: IRA vs. Al Qaeda by Gary Brecher.

1054). Massacres Paid Your Mortgage, Dude by Gary Brecher.

1053). Putin's Congo Roast by Gary Brecher.

1052). Mister Big Unplugged by Gary Brecher.

1051). Iraq: Guerrilla Evolution by Gary Brecher.

1050). Why Can't I Enjoy the Eastern Front? by Gary Brecher.

1049). Glory to the Turks! by Gary Brecher.

1048). Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell.[1]

1047). Elvis by Albert Goldman.[1]

1046). Progeny by Philip K. Dick.

1045). Piper in the Woods [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

1044). The Unidentified Queen of Torture by Jane Mayer.

1043). Mr. Spaceship [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

1042). Meddler by Philip K. Dick.[1]

1041). James P. Crow by Philip K. Dick.

1040). Human Is by Philip K. Dick.[1]

1039). A Caribbean Crisis by James Cawthorn and Michael Moorcock.[1]

1038). The Road to Wigan Pier by George Orwell.[1]

1037). Phoenix by Chuck Palahniuk.

1036). Lycidas by John Milton.[1]

1035). Keep the Aspidistra Flying by George Orwell.[1]

1034). A Clergyman's Daughter by George Orwell.[1]

1033). Af elítum, hrægömmum og óttaslegnum íslendingum eftir Atla Þór Fanndal.

1032). I'm No Fan of the Porno-Industrial Complex but These New Rules Are Unworkable by Suzanne Moore.

1031). Burmese Days by George Orwell.[1]

1030). A Sea of Rusting Tanks by Gary Brecher.

1029). Lebanon II: Hezbollah-Boom! by Gary Brecher.

1028). Lebanon: The Enemy of My Enemy Is Dead by Gary Brecher.

1027). Togo's Lo-Cal Coup by Gary Brecher.

1026). Super War Preview: The Iranian Suicide Bombers Vs. The American Crusaders by Gary Brecher.

1025). Kargil War as Ice Capades by Gary Brecher.

1024). The 2004 Quagmire Bowl!: Iraq Vs. Chechnya by Gary Brecher.

1023). Iraq: The Brecher Victory Plan! by Gary Brecher.

1022). Biafra: Killer Cessnas and Crazy Swedes by Gary Brecher.

1021). Dying for A Job with the ING by Gary Brecher.

1020). Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell.[1]

1019). Torture's Dirty Secret: It Works by Naomi Klein.

1018). The Art and Arts of E. Howard Hunt by Gore Vidal.

1017). West Point by Gore Vidal.

1016). President and Mrs. U. S. Grant by Gore Vidal.

1015). The Four Generations of the Adams Family by Gore Vidal.

1014). Contagious Self-Love by Gore Vidal.

1013). Some Memories of the Glorious Bird and an Earlier Self by Gore Vidal.

1012). Beslan: The Sick Sense by Gary Brecher.

1011). Shi'ite! Holy Shi'ite! by Gary Brecher.

1010). Ossetia: Great Danes and Great Russians by Gary Brecher.

1009). Fallujah 2: Bush Bushwhacks the Marines by Gary Brecher.

1008). Fallujah I: The Gaza Strip Snap-On Kit by Gary Brecher.

1007). Torture & Truth by Gary Brecher.

1006). Saudi Terror: Some Killing, Some Lunch... by Gary Brecher.

1005). Darfur: A Whole New Hell by Gary Brecher.

1004). RPG vs. M1 by Gary Brecher.

1003). Most Valuable Weapon: the RPG by Gary Brecher.

1002). It's Not Nam, But It'll Do by Gary Brecher.

1001). Qadafi: Buckles, Size XXXL by Gary Brecher.

1000). War Nerd vs. the World by Gary Brecher.

999). Basques My Ass! by Gary Brecher.

998). Haiti 2: the Rerun by Gary Brecher.

997). A Special War Nerd by Gary Brecher.

996). The Star-Treader and Other Poems by Clark Ashton Smith.

995). Finis by Clark Ashton Smith.

994). Saturn by Clark Ashton Smith.

993). The Balance by Clark Ashton Smith.

992). A Song of Dreams by Clark Ashton Smith.

991). Copan [...] by Clark Ashton Smith.

990). The Song of the Stars by Clark Ashton Smith.

989). A Dead City by Clark Ashton Smith.

988). The Medusa of the Skies by Clark Ashton Smith.

987). Averted Malefice by Clark Ashton Smith.

986). The Fugitives by Clark Ashton Smith.

985). To the Sun by Clark Ashton Smith.

984). Pine Needles by Clark Ashton Smith.

983). A Live-Oak Leaf by Clark Ashton Smith.

982). The Dream-Bridge by Clark Ashton Smith.

981). A Dream of Beauty by Clark Ashton Smith.

980). To the Darkness by Clark Ashton Smith.

979). The Retribution by Clark Ashton Smith.

978). The Song of a Comet by Clark Ashton Smith.

977). Shadow of Nightmare by Clark Ashton Smith.

976). Retrospect and Forecast by Clark Ashton Smith.

975). White Death by Clark Ashton Smith.

974). The Nemesis of Suns by Clark Ashton Smith.

973). Nirvana by Clark Ashton Smith.

972). The Fairy Lanterns by Clark Ashton Smith.

971). The Cherry-Snows by Clark Ashton Smith.

970). The Eldritch Dark by Clark Ashton Smith.

969). The Unrevealed by Clark Ashton Smith.

968). Atlantis by Clark Ashton Smith.

967). Lethe by Clark Ashton Smith.

966). The Return of Hyperion by Clark Ashton Smith.

965). The Summer Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

964). The Snow-Blossoms by Clark Ashton Smith.

963). The Cloud-Islands by Clark Ashton Smith.

962). A Sunset by Clark Ashton Smith.

961). The Masque of Forsaken Gods by Clark Ashton Smith.

960). The Winds by Clark Ashton Smith.

959). The Maze of Sleep by Clark Ashton Smith.

958). Lament of the Stars by Clark Ashton Smith.

957). The Wind and the Moon by Clark Ashton Smith.

956). Ode on Imagination by Clark Ashton Smith.

955). The Last Night by Clark Ashton Smith.

954). Ode to Music by Clark Ashton Smith.

953). The Mystical Meaning by Clark Ashton Smith.

952). The Price by Clark Ashton Smith.

951). The Butterfly by Clark Ashton Smith.

950). The Soul of the Sea by Clark Ashton Smith.

949). Ode to the Abyss by Clark Ashton Smith.

948). Medusa by Clark Ashton Smith.

947). Song to Oblivion by Clark Ashton Smith.

946). The Mad Wind by Clark Ashton Smith.

945). The Night Forest by Clark Ashton Smith.

944). The Morning Pool by Clark Ashton Smith.

943). The Star-Treader by Clark Ashton Smith.

942). Chant to Sirius by Clark Ashton Smith.

941). Foster, You're Dead! by Philip K. Dick.[1]

940). Nero by Clark Ashton Smith.

939). American Plastic: The Matter of Fiction by Gore Vidal.

938). The Hacks of Academe by Gore Vidal.

937). French Letters: Theories of the New Novel by Gore Vidal.

936). Professor V. Nabokov by Gore Vidal.

935). Calvino's Novels by Gore Vidal.

934). The Great World and Louis Auchincloss by Gore Vidal.

933). The Top Ten Best Sellers According to the Sunday New York Times as of January 7, 1973 by Gore Vidal.

932). Pompeii by Robert Harris.[1]

931). The Big Hate by Gary Brecher.

930). The 2003 Claymore Awards: Thank You, God by Gary Brecher.

929). A Body-Count Xmas by Gary Brecher.

928). Burundi: Heightism Rears Its Ugly Head by Gary Brecher.

927). The War Nobody Watched by Gary Brecher.

926). Ukraine vs. Russia: Get Off My Mudflat! by Gary Brecher.

925). Afghanistan: What Went Right? by Gary Brecher.

924). The French by Gary Brecher.

923). Albania: Great and Greater by Gary Brecher.

922). Corsica: Beware of Scooters by Gary Brecher.

921). You Pussies! by Gary Brecher.

920). Shining Path - the Comeback Tour by Gary Brecher.

919). Iraq: the "Duh!" Theory by Gary Brecher.

918). Sri Lanka: Terrorists with an Air Force by Gary Brecher.

917). Please Don't Eat the Pygmies by Gary Brecher.

916). Aceh vs. the Borg by Gary Brecher.

915). Burma: They Ain't Like Us by Gary Brecher.

914). Syria: Plenty of Nuthin' by Gary Brecher.

913). Lynch Mobs and Apaches by Gary Brecher.

912). Down We Go! by Gary Brecher.

911). MOAB: the Monster Truck of American Ordnance by Gary Brecher.

910). Congo: The War without Battles by Gary Brecher.

909). Algeria: The Psychos Will Inherit the Earth by Gary Brecher.

908). Berserkers with Red Stars: North Korean Scenarios by Gary Brecher.

907). Collapsing Cosmoses by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.

906). The Challenge from Beyond by A. Merritt, C. L. Moore, Frank Belknap Long, H. P. Lovecraft, and Robert E. Howard.

905). Under the Pyramids by H. P. Lovecraft with Harry Houdini.[1]

904). Ekki eyðileggja Ríkisútvarpið, froðusauðir eftir Snæbjörn Ragnarsson.

903). Iraq: The Phoney War Continues by Gary Brecher.

902). Live from the Skeleton Coast by Gary Brecher.

901). U Sank My Carrier! by Gary Brecher.

900). Nepal: Peace, Love, Massacres by Gary Brecher.

899). Yemen: A Tough Zit to Pop by Gary Brecher.

898). The Big Show by Gary Brecher.

897). The War-Se, The Better by Gary Brecher.

896). It's D-Day in Zalambessa by Gary Brecher.

895). Future War: Hi-Tech Toys vs. Fanged Vermin by Gary Brecher.

894). Make America Roman by Gary Brecher.

893). Colombia: A Hundred Years of Slaughtertude by Gary Brecher.

892). Spain vs. Morocco: Two Muppets Du Iwo Jima by Gary Brecher.

891). Iraq 2: Here Comes the Dumb-Ass Sequel by Gary Brecher.

890). What's a Chechen? by Gary Brecher.

889). Onward Christian Soldiers by Gary Brecher.

888). Fag vs. Fag: the India-Pakistan Phoney War by Gary Brecher.

887). Tom Clancy Is Not One of Us by Gary Brecher.

886). Israelis on Wheels! by Gary Brecher.

885). Meet the War Nerd by Gary Brecher.

884). The Zone of Interest by Martin Amis.[1]

883). London Bone by Michael Moorcock.[1]

882). A War Nerd Thanksgiving: All You Drunks, Be Thankful You're Not in Kuwait by Gary Brecher.

881). The War Nerd: Why Sherman Was Right to Burn Atlanta by Gary Brecher.

880). The War Nerd: "Martyrdom" - What's the Payoff? by Gary Brecher.

879). The War Nerd: Farewell Islamic State, We Hardly Knew Ye by Gary Brecher.

878). The War Nerd: Crunching Numbers on Kobane by Gary Brecher.

877). The War Nerd: How Do You Deal with Wannabe Jihadis? An Upgrade to Business Class by Gary Brecher.

876). The War Nerd: Nobody Could Have Predicted Islamic State's Retreat from Kobane (Except Me) by Gary Brecher.

875). The War Nerd: Technology, Culture Wars & Jihad by Gary Brecher.

874). The War Nerd: Islamic State Is Sulking on the Edge of Baghdad by Gary Brecher.

873). The War Nerd: Let's Put Islamic State's Menacing Advance into Perspective by... Looking at a Map by Gary Brecher.

872). The War Nerd: Bombs Away in the Middle East! But Why Is Israel So Quiet? by Gary Brecher.

871). The War Nerd: The Day After 9/11 by Gary Brecher.

870). The War Nerd: The Long, Twisted History of Beheadings as Propaganda by Gary Brecher.

869). Vocativ's Ridiculous I.S.I.S. Story Fails to Mention the Company's Deep Links to Israeli Intelligence by Gary Brecher.

868). I.S.I.S. and the Western Media: Groping Each Other in Public Like a Kardashian Thanksgiving by Gary Brecher.

867). The War Nerd: World Cup vs. Jihad by Gary Brecher.

866). From Najran to Bangkok to Las Vegas: My Time with NSFWCORP by Gary Brecher.

865). War Nerd: What's Happening in Eastern Ukraine Is Very Simple, Rational, and Straightforward by Gary Brecher.

864). The War Nerd: Iran Is Building a "Fake" Aircraft Carrier? How Can You Tell? by Gary Brecher.

863). The War Nerd: China, Vietnam, and Naval Nerf Wars by Gary Brecher.

862). The War Nerd: Who Exactly Are the Jihadis (and Why Aren't There More of Them)? by Gary Brecher.

861). The War Nerd: Everything You Know About Crimea Is Wrong(-er) by Gary Brecher.

860). Everything You Know About Ukraine Is Wrong by Mark Ames.

859). The War Nerd: Driverless Trucks Can't Mask the US Military's Problem with Insurgent Warfare by Gary Brecher.

858). The War Nerd: Google's Big New Dog by Gary Brecher.

857). War Nerd: The Long, Sleazy History Behind a Googler's "Nonviolent Militia" by Gary Brecher.

856). Fatherland by Robert Harris.[1]

855). Moses, Jesus, Mohammed and Company: The Critical Problem with the Prophet System by Ronald A. Lindsay.

854). The War Nerd: Mo Cattle and Oil, Mo Problems in South Sudan by Gary Brecher.

853). The War Nerd: Saudis, Syria, and "Blowback" by Gary Brecher.

852). An Evening at Home by Michael Moorcock.[1]

851). The War Nerd: United Drones of Congo by Gary Brecher.

850). Congo: All the Creeps Are Cheering by Gary Brecher.

849). The Stranger Stranger by Gary Brecher.

848). The C.A.R.: The Tide Comes in from the North by Gary Brecher.

847). Embattled "Marine Entrepreneurs" Pray for Longer Shutdown by Gary Brecher.

846). Elizabeth O'Bagy: Human Resource by Gary Brecher.

845). Jihad Vs The Shopping Mall by Gary Brecher.

844). The Saudi Dirty Dozen and Jihadi as Risk Disposal by Gary Brecher.

843). Little Kerry and the Three Bad Options by Gary Brecher.

842). William Blake and Me by Philip Pullman.

841). Um greinina sem ekki mátti skrifa eftir Ragnar Þór Pétursson.

Nóvember (9/93)

840). Kerry's Chem Speech: Old-School Empire by Gary Brecher.

839). The War Nerd: George Vs. Al Qaeda by Gary Brecher.

838). The War Nerd: ATOP Recruiting and The Greatest Admiral in World History by Gary Brecher.

837). El War Nerd en Mexico by Gary Brecher.

836). The War Nerd: Who Killed Gilgit? by Gary Brecher.

835). The War Nerd: Land of the Flies by Gary Brecher.

834). The War Nerd: Turkey's Good, Healthy Riots by Gary Brecher.

833). The War Nerd: The Diary of Adam Gurowski by Gary Brecher.

832). I Heart Syria by Gary Brecher.

831). War Nerd: Our Ringers vs. Your Ringers by Gary Brecher.

830). The War Nerd: Dead Center by Gary Brecher.

829). Boston Bomb Speculation: Why Wait? by Gary Brecher.

828). The War Nerd: North Korea, Wish Mao Were Here by Gary Brecher.

827). Epic Pooh by Michael Moorcock.[1]

826). War Nerd: The Cheery, Ordinary World of Fascism by Annibale. Introduction by Gary Brecher.

825). The War Nerd: Syria's Bloodiest Home Videos by Gary Brecher.

824). Nigeria's Inevitable Mess: The War Nerd by Gary Brecher.

823). The War Nerd: It Ain't Easy Being a Jihadi Middle Manager by Gary Brecher.

822). The Old Cuntry: There's Method to America's Mealymouthed Madness by Gary Brecher.

821). The War Nerd: Grim News from Quetta, Silence From The American Left by Gary Brecher.

820). George Ruggiu, Genocidal Prince of Dorkness by Gary Brecher.

819). Glenn Greenwald Vs. The War Nerd by Gary Brecher.

818). The War Nerd: There's Something About Mali by Gary Brecher.

817). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Ten: The Battle of New Orleans (How Andy Jackson Turned Wellington's Brother-in-Law into Red Mist) by Gary Brecher.

816). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Nine: Invading Canada, The Hull Horrible Truth by Gary Brecher.

815). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Eight (Sorta): Lake Fight! by Gary Brecher.

814). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Seven: Tecumseh's Fall by Gary Brecher.

813). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Six: Tecumseh's War Part I by Gary Brecher.

812). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Five: Rhode Island, The Little State that Wouldn't by Gary Brecher.

811). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Four: The Wimpy So-Called Burning of Washington by Gary Brecher.

810). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Three: Bladensburg - Too Much Geography, Too Many Cooks by Gary Brecher.

809). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Two: War, Because We Wanted To by Gary Brecher.

808). The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day One: Badass French and Loudmouth Canucks by Gary Brecher.

807). The War Nerd: Syria's Fractal War, Playing Out on Every Scale by Gary Brecher.

806). Congo: A Tutsi Empire, Interrupted Once Again by Do-Gooders by Gary Brecher.

805). The War Nerd: Lucian Truscott IV Is Four Times as Stupid as Israel, and Israel Is Pretty Fucking Stupid by Gary Brecher.

804). Gaza: No Way. Just. Plain. Nope. by Gary Brecher.

803). The War Nerd: The Duke of Petraeus Effect by Gary Brecher.

802). War Nerd: Hafiz Saeed Is Here All Week by Gary Brecher.

801). The War Nerd: Holiday Inn-surrection by Gary Brecher.

800). The War Nerd: Shi'a Me by Gary Brecher.

799). War Nerd: The Syrian Boot by Gary Brecher.

798). War Nerd: The Worst Thing about Drones by Gary Brecher.

797). The War Nerd: The Drone of Morality by Gary Brecher.

796). The War Nerd: Cleanse Thy Neighbor by Gary Brecher.

795). Greinin sem má ekki skrifa eftir Birgir Örn Guðjónsson.

794). Were-Sikhs of London by Gary Brecher.

793). Camp Bastion - The Movie by Gary Brecher.

792). Fafhrd & The Mouser Say Their Say by Fritz Leiber.

791). The Unicorn Song by Moonwulf of Rivenstar* by Michael Longcor.

790). What Price Gold & Glory? by Jim Hayes.

789). The Quest for the Vermillion Volume by Robert J. Kuntz.

788). The War Nerd: The Price on Your Head by Gary Brecher.

787). Exhibit Piece by Philip K. Dick.[1]

786). Breakfast at Twilight by Philip K. Dick.[1]

785). The War Nerd: The Innocence of Cindy Lee by Gary Brecher.

784). Beverly Hills Coptic by Gary Brecher.

783). Að þekkja ekki muninn á vinstri og hægri eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

782). The War Nerd: Obama's Wars by Gary Brecher.

781). Why I Started PandoDaily by Sarah Lacy.

780). Welcome the War Nerd by Mark Ames.

779). The War Nerd: Like It or Not, What's Happening in Iraq Right Now Is Part of a Rational Process by Gary Brecher.

778). The War Nerd: Here's Everything You Need to Know About "Too Extreme for Al Qaeda" I.S.I.S. by Gary Brecher.

777). Raising Steam by Terry Pratchett.[1]

776). Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down to 2 Basic Traits by Emily Esfahani Smith.

775). Agentinn og pólitíska kyntröllið: Um einkastríð Styrmis Gunnarssonar eftir Karl Th. Birgisson.

774). On the Surprisingly Sturdy State of the Music Industry - in Full by Steve Albini.

773). Snuff by Terry Pratchett.[1]

772). Sigmundur sigurvegari? eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

771). Poetry and the Gods by H. P. Lovecraft with Anna Helen Crofts.

770). In the Walls of Eryx by H. P. Lovecraft with Kenneth J. Sterling.[1]

769). Yfirlýsing frá Hönnu Birnu Kristjánsdóttur eftir Hönnu Birnu Kristjánsdóttur.

768). Nodwick Adventure Log, Volume I by Aaron Williams.[1]

767). Hamingjusami hórukúnninn eftir Elísabetu Ýr Atladóttur.

766). I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett.[1]

765). How to Make Streaming Royalties Fair(er): Change How Streaming Royalties Are Calculated and Save the Full-length Album While You Are at It by Sharky Laguana.

764). I Was Wrong About Veganism: Let Them Eat Meat - but Farm It Properly by George Monbiot.

763). Andúð á stjórnmálum og póst-pólitík eftir Valgerði Pálmadóttur.

762). This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate by Naomi Klein.[1]

761). Why Marxism Is on the Rise Again by Stuart Jeffries.

760). Beyond Lies the Wub [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

759). Beyond the Door [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

758). Adjustment Team [...] by Philip K. Dick.[1]

757). Opið bréf til lekamálaráðherra eftir Andra Thor Sturluson.

756). Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs: Second Edition by Gerald Jay Sussman and Harold Abelson with Julie Sussman.[1]

755). Why the Internet Is Slowly Strangling Religion by Amanda Marcotte.

754). They're Made Out of Meat by Terry Bisson.

753). Where's My Cow?: A Discworld Picture Book for People of All Sizes by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Melvyn Grant.[1]

752). Some Very Initial Thoughts on the US-China Deal by Naomi Klein.

751). Útsýnið úr fílabeinsturninum eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

750). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.[1]

749). Svar innanríkisráðherra við fyrirspurn frá Sigríði Ingibjörgu Ingadóttur um lóðir fyrir trú- og lífsskoðunarfélög

748). The Complete Works of H. P. Lovecraft by H. P. Lovecraft.

747). The Haunter of the Dark by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

746). The Shadow Out of Time by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

745). The Book by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

744). The Evil Clergyman by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

743). The Thing on the Doorstep by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

742). The Dreams in the Witch House by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

741). Discarded Draft of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

740). The Shadow Over Innsmouth by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

739). Gagnsleysi, sekt og guðleg refsing

Október (5/55)

738). At the Mountains of Madness by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

737). Eftir hans skipun: Natansmál í ljósi sagnadansa og eftirmæla Agnesar eftir Helgu Kress.

736). The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials Aren't Buying Cars or Houses, and What That Means for the Economy by Derek Thompson and Jordan Weissmann.

735). A World Lit Only by Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance: Portrait of an Age by William Manchester.[1]

734). Scott Walker + Sunn O)))'s Soused by Lou Barlow.

733). Í næstu byltingu eftir Auði Jónsdóttur.

732). Perils of the Lady Gamer: A New Graphical Diversion by Shaenon K. Garrity.

731). The Whisperer in Darkness by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

730). Rome's Gothic Wars: From the Third Century to Alaric by Michael Kulikowski.[1]

729). Who Is a Jew? What Is a Christian? by Herb Silverman.

728). Why #Gamergaters Piss Me the F*** Off by Chris Kluwe.

727). An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris.[1]

726). The Deep Range by Arthur C. Clarke.

725). The Parasite by Arthur C. Clarke.

724). The Star by Arthur C. Clarke.

723). The Stroke of the Sun by Arthur C. Clarke.

722). The House of Haon-Dor by Clark Ashton Smith.

721). The Muse of Hyperborea by Clark Ashton Smith.

720). The Ice-Demon by Clark Ashton Smith.

719). The Theft of the Thirty-Nine Girdles by Clark Ashton Smith.

718). The Classical World: An Epic History From Homer to Hadrian by Robin Lane Fox.[1]

717). "Ertu þá kona núna?" Þýtt af Ástu Lovísu Arnórsdóttur.

716). Grátur og gnístan tanna eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

715). The Triumphs and Tragedies of Larry Smith by Robbie Ettelson.

714). Business Elites Are Waging a Brutal Class War in America by Noam Chomsky.

713). From Ancient Castles to Mega-Yachts: What History Teaches Us About the Super-Rich by John Kampfner.

712). The Age of Loneliness Is Killing Us by George Monbiot.

711). Guðfaðirinn Guðni eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

710). 7 Family Issues Pope Francis Should - But Won't - Discuss by Herb Silverman.

709). Thinking Like Corporations Is Harming American Universities by Noam Chomsky.

708). The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women by Catherine Buni and Soraya Chemaly.

707). Bill Maher's Dangerous Critique of Islam by Peter Beinart.

706). The Coming of the White Worm by Clark Ashton Smith.

705). The White Sybil by Clark Ashton Smith.

704). The Seven Geases by Clark Ashton Smith.

703). Reza Aslan Is Wrong About Islam and This Is Why by Muhammed Syed and Sarah Haider.

702). Konur í tónlist búa við kerfisvillu sem hægt er að lagfæra eftir Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen.

701). Gjöf handa Hulla: Harmleikur fyrir Hugleik eftir Lóu Hlín Hjálmtýsdóttur.

700). God, Darwin and My College Biology Class by David P. Barash.

699). The Weird of Avoosl Wuthoqquan by Clark Ashton Smith.

698). The Door to Saturn by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

697). The Tale of Satampra Zeiros by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

696). Most People with Addiction Simply Grow Out of It: Why Is This Widely Denied? by Maia Szalavitz.

695). Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille. Translated by Joachim Neugroschal.[1]

694). Can Civilization Survive "Really Existing Capitalism"?: An Interview With Noam Chomsky by C. J. Polychroniou.

693). The Gargoyle of Vyones by Clark Ashton Smith.

692). The Werewolf of Averoigne by Clark Ashton Smith.

691). The Sorceress of Averoigne by Clark Ashton Smith.

690). Queen of the Sabbat by Clark Ashton Smith.

689). The Oracle of Sadoqua by Clark Ashton Smith.

688). The Doom of Azédarac by Clark Ashton Smith.

687). The Satyr (Variant Conclusion) by Clark Ashton Smith.

686). The Enchantress of Sylaire by Clark Ashton Smith.

685). Mother of Toads by Clark Ashton Smith.

684). The Disinterment of Venus by Clark Ashton Smith.

683). The Colossus of Ylourgne by Clark Ashton Smith.

682). A Night in Malnéant by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

681). The Holiness of Azédarac by Clark Ashton Smith.

680). The Beast of Averoigne by Clark Ashton Smith.

679). The Mandrakes by Clark Ashton Smith.

September (3/42)

678). The Satyr by Clark Ashton Smith.

677). The Maker of Gargoyles by Clark Ashton Smith.

676). A Rendezvous in Averoigne by Clark Ashton Smith.[1]

675). The End of the Story by Clark Ashton Smith.

674). Second Dawn by Arthur C. Clarke.

673). Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Civilization by Richard Miles.[1]

672). Noam Chomsky - Infuriating and Necessary by David Masciotra.

671). Cathedral by Raymond Carver.

670). Common Sense by Thomas Paine.[1]

669). Terry Pratchett Isn't Jolly. He's Angry. by Neil Gaiman.

668). Disney Göbbels eftir prólí móló.

667). Fantastically Wrong: Europe's Insane History of Putting Animals on Trial and Executing Them by Matt Simon.

666). Youth by Isaac Asimov.

665). A Folklore for My Generation: A Prehistory of Late-Stage Capitalism by Haruki Murakami.

664). UFO in Kushiro by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Jay Rubin.

663). Town of Cats by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Jay Rubin.

662). Yesterday by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.

661). Samsa in Love by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.

660). The Simple Art of Murder by Raymond Chandler.

659). The Phantom Menace of Militant Atheism by Nick Cohen.

658). Why Read the Classics? by Italo Calvino. Translated by Patrick Creagh.

657). Daughters of the Moon by Italo Calvino. Translated by Martin McLaughlin.

656). The Distance of the Moon by Italo Calvino.

655). Silly Asses: A Vignette by Isaac Asimov.

654). Living Space by Isaac Asimov.

653). Let's Get Together by Isaac Asimov.

652). Jokester by Isaac Asimov.

651). Alexander the Great by Robin Lane Fox.[1]

650). How to Make Isis Fall on Its Own Sword by Chelsea E. Manning.

649). Raunveru-leikarnir eftir Halldór Halldórsson.

648). Katanesdýrið eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

647). Skaðvirkinn eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

646). Við lírukassann eftir Þórarinn Eldjárn.

645). Sjálfdautt mannorð eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

644). The Rise and Fall of Ancient Egypt by Toby A. H. Wilkinson.[1]

643). Art Spiegelman Breaks His Silence on Israel by Mira Sucharov.

642). Every Time I Write a New Novel I Wonder What Kind of Trouble I'll Get Into: Margaret Atwood on Being Called Offensive and Man-Hating by Graeme Thomson.

641). How a New Html Element Will Make the Web Faster by Scott Gilbertson.

640). Outtakes from 'Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen' by Jon Wiederhorn.

639). The Dunwich Horror by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

638). Ibid by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

637). The History of the Necronomicon by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

636). The Thing in the Moonlight by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

635). The Very Old Folk by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

634). The Colour Out of Space by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

Ágúst (6/52)

633). Batwing #9: You Have Been Judged Unworthy by Judd Winick. Illustrated by Marcus To.[1]

632). All-Star Western #9: Vengeance in the Big Easy by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Illustrated by Moritat.[1]

631). The World Until Yesterday by Jared Diamond.[1]

630). It's Socialism for the Rich and Capitalism for the Rest of Us in Britain by Owen Jones.

629). Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.[1]

628). Blótmæli eftir Hauk Viðar Alfreðsson.

627). New Nordic Cuisine Is Dead: With Chef Esben Holmboe Bang of Maaemo at Dill by Ragnar Egilson.

626). Thanksgiving Prayer by William Burroughs.

625). The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal by Jared Diamond.[1]

624). The One that Got Away by Margaret Drabble.

623). Sérstakir menn sem ganga á vatni án þess að drukkna eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

622). Code First Data Annotations by Julie Lerman.

621). If This Is Heaven I'm Bailing Out: The Death of the Birthday Party by Daniel Dylan Wray.

620). Senior Moments: Why More Albums by Middle-Aged Artists Like Tom Petty and "Weird Al" Are Hitting No. 1 by Chris Molanphy.

619). What It Really Feels Like to Be a Childfree Woman by Bri Seeley.

618). Worlds of Aspen 2011

617). Lady Mechanika: A Selection from Volume One Issue One by Joe Benitez.

616). Charismagic: A Selection from Volume One Issue Zero by Vince Hernandez. Illustrated by Khary Randolph.

615). Soulfire: A Selection from Volume Three Issue One by J. T. Krul. Illustrated by Jason Fabok.

614). Captain America & Thor: Once and Future Avengers! by Roger Langridge. Illustrated by Chris Samnee.

613). Locke & Key: Smashing Issue by Joe Hill. Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez.

612). Baltimore: A Passing Stranger by Christopher Golden and Mike Magnola. Illustrated by Ben Stenbeck.

611). Criminal Macabre: Call Me Monster: A Cal MacDonald Mystery by Steve Niles. Illustrated by Christopher Mitten.

610). Top Shelf Kids Club

609). Okie Dokie Donuts by Chris Eliopoulos.

608). Pirate Penguin Vs Ninja Chicken by Ray Friesen.

607). Upside Down by Jess Smart Smiley.

606). Johnny Boo & The Ice Cream Hole! by James Kochalka.

605). Creepy Finger Puppets: A Short Korgi Tale by Ann Slade and Christian Slade.

604). Owly by Andy Runton.

603). Ultimate Spider-Man 1: Powerless by Bill Jemas and Brian Michael Bendis. Illustrated by Mark Bagley.

602). Card Life: Hearthstone by Blizzard Entertainment

601). Martin Amis Dumbs Down by Neil Berry.

600). Spirit Guides by William Deresiewicz.

599). Bongo Comics Free-for-All

598). The League of Extraordinary Barts by Ian Boothby. Illustrated by John Delaney.

597). Homer Beats the Heat by Tony Digerolamo. Illustrated by Phil Ortiz.

596). Maggie's Crib by Sergio Aragonés.

595). Clown Therapy by Chuck Dixon. Illustrated by Phil Ortiz.

594). Jake the Dreaming by Adam Freeman, Andrew Jones, and Marc Bernardin.

593). X-Force 24: Prisoners of Fate by Fabian Nicieza. Illustrated by Greg Capullo.[1]

592). Jonah Hex: Giving the Devil His Due by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Illustrated by Luke Ross.[1]

591). Gámakynslóðin eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

590). Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman.[1]

589). Wild Style Breaks: The Untold Story by Phillip Mlynar.

588). A Whack on the Side of the Head: 25th Anniversary Edition by Roger von Oech. Illustrated by Roger Willett.[1]

587). Why Iggy Azalea Is Not Changing the Game: A Letter to ?uestlove by Cheikh Athj.

586). Ekki kúl, Kolbrún eftir Björn Teitsson.

585). How I Ruined My Best Friend's Wedding by Malcolm Gladwell.

584). The Brazilian Bus Magnate Who's Buying Up All the World's Vinyl Records by Monte Reel.

583). Hanna Birna á bláþræði eftir Atla Þór Fanndal.

582). Bad Pharma: How Drug Companies Mislead Doctors and Harm Patients by Ben Goldacre.[1]

581). The Date of the Nativity in Luke: 6th ed., 2011 by Richard Carrier.

580). Guy Walks into a Bar by Simon Rich.

579). Our Bodies, Our Souls by Naomi Wolf.

578). No Drums Allowed: Afro Rhythmic Mutations in America by DJ Zhao.

577). Sonny Rollins: In His Own Words by Django Gold.

576). The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

Júlí (11/70)

575). Um konur, netið og feminískt klám eftir Þórdísi Sveinsdóttur.

574). Frelsi öfgahægri manna og skoðanafasismi vinstri manna eftir Sigurð Hólm Gunnarsson.

573). The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

572). Sinner Takes All: A Memoir of Love and Porn by Tera Patrick with Carrie Borzillo. Foreword by Margaret Cho.[1]

571). How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale by Jenna Jameson with Neil Strauss.[1]

570). Þekkir hangikjöt, hákarl og sviðahausa eftir Benedikt Reynisson.

569). Smart Blonde: Dolly Parton by Stephen Miller.[1]

568). BestSellers: Book Covers by Hugleikur Dagsson.

567). How the Political Warning of Autechre's Anti EP Made it a Warp Records Classic by Louis Pattison.

566). Every Day is Halloween: The Evolution of Ministry by Klint Finley.

565). The Viking Facebook: There's Much to Learn from Studying Mythical Social Networks by Veronique Greenwood.

564). Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen by Al Jourgensen with Jon Wiederhorn.[1]

563). Barist í ástlausu hjónabandi eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

562). Invisible Monsters Remix by Chuck Palahniuk.[1]

561). The Strange High House in the Mist by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

560). Through the Gates of the Silver Key by H. P. Lovecraft with E. Hoffmann Price.[1]

559). The Silver Key by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

558). Lionel Asbo: State of England by Martin Amis.[1]

557). Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists by Dan Barker. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.[1]

556). I Traveled to Palestine-Israel and Discovered There Is No 'Palestinian-Israeli Conflict' by Ferrari Sheppard.

555). 'It's Time to Impeach' President Obama by Sarah Palin.

554). Nick Cave: 'I Have to Spend Hours Talking to Fucking Idiots Like You' by Jack Barron.

553). A Different Path to Fighting Addiction by Gabrielle Glaser.

552). I Was a Teenaged Fox News Robot - Sean Hannity Destroyed My Childhood by Matthew Saccaro.

551). How Is This Painting 'Pornographic' and 'Disgusting'? by Rowan Pelling.

550). I Am the Real Nick Cave by John Wray.

549). The Daily Mail Is a Drug by John Higgs.

548). Er ráðherra hreinn sveinn? eftir Auði Jónsdóttur.

547). To My Fellow Filthy Rich Americans: The Pitchforks Are Coming by Nick Hanauer.

546). The Great Secession by Jonathan Rauch.

545). Joseph Anton: A Memoir by Salman Rushdie.[1]

544). Les Épaves by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul, Geoffrey Wagner, Kenneth O. Hanson, Roy Campbell, and William Aggeler.

543). A Jolly Cabaret: On the Road from Brussels to Uccle by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul.

542). To M. Eugène Fromentin by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul.

541). On the Debut of Amina Boschetti by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Kenneth O. Hanson.

540). To a Lady of Malabar by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

539). The Ransom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

538). The Unforeseen by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

537). The Voice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

536). On Eugene Delacroix's Tasso in Prison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

535). Lola of Valencia by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

534). Verses for the Portrait of Honoré Daumier by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

533). Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

532). The Monster by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Roy Campbell.

531). The Promises of a Face by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Geoffrey Wagner.

530). Hymn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

529). Berthe's Eyes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

528). The Fountain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

527). The Vampire's Metamorphoses by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

526). The Jewels by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

525). To She Who Is Too Gay by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

524). Lethe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

523). Women Doomed (In the Pale Glimmer...): Delphine and Hippolyta by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

522). America's Corporate Doctrine of Power a Grave Threat to Humanity by Noam Chomsky.

521). Lesbos by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

520). The Sunset of Romanticism by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

519). Fleurs du mal: 1861 Edition by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.[1]

518). The Voyage: To Maxime du Camp by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

517). Dream of a Curious Man: To F.N. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

516). End of the Day by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

515). The Death of Artists by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

514). The Death of the Poor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

513). The Death of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

512). The Litanies of Satan by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

511). Abel and Cain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

510). The Denial of Saint Peter by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

509). Love and the Skull: An Old Lamp Base by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

508). A Voyage to Cythera by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

507). Beatrice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

506). Allegory by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

505). The Fountain of Blood by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

504). The Two Good Sisters by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

503). Women Doomed (Like Pensive Cattle...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

502). A Martyr: Drawing by an Unknown Master by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

501). Destruction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

500). The Lovers' Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

499). The Lonely Man's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

498). The Murderer's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

497). The Rag-Picker's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

496). The Soul of Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

495). Ambient Genius: The Working Life of Brian Eno by Sasha Frere-Jones.

Júní (5/146)

494). Morning Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

493). Parisian Dream: To Constantin Guys by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

492). Mist and Rains by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

491). The Kind-Hearted Servant of Whom You Were Jealous... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

490). I Have Not Forgotten, Near the City... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

489). The Love of Lies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

488). Danse Macabre: To Ernest Christophe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

487). Gambling by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

486). Evening Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

485). The Hard-Working Skeleton by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

484). To a Passerby by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

483). The Blind by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

482). The Little Old Ladies: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

481). The Seven Old Men: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

480). The Swan: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

479). Ef þú ert ekki með okkur, þá ertu á móti okkur eftir Þórð Snæ Júlíusson.

478). To a Mendicant Redhead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

477). The Sun by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

476). Landscape by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

475). Eddie Izzard Hails the Surrealist, Pioneering Genius of Monty Python by Eddie Izzard.

474). Ten Beautiful Lies About Jesus: How the Myths Christians Tell About Jesus Christ Suggest Jesus Never Existed at All by David Fitzgerald.

473). Letter to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney by Tomas Young.

472). Any Growing Interest in Soccer a Sign of Nation's Moral Decay by Ann Coulter.

471). Here's What's Wrong with Ayn Rand, Libertarians by Chris Kluwe.

470). The Clock by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

469). The Irremediable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

468). The Self-Tormenter: To J. G. F. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

467). Sympathetic Horror by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

466). The Alchemy of Grief by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

465). The Taste for Nothingness by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

464). Obsession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

463). Spleen (When the sky low and heavy...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

462). Spleen (I'm like the king...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

461). Spleen (I have more memories...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

460). Spleen (Pluvius, irritated...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

459). Esse Est Percipi by Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges.

458). Why Did Borges Hate Soccer? by Shaj Matthew.

457). The Day in 1982 When the World Wept for Algeria by Paul Doyle.

456). Um "forréttindi" - besta þöggunarorð okkar tíma eftir Þórdísi Sveinsdóttur.

455). A (Rewritten) History from the Past by Kris Weston.

454). The Broken Bell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

453). The Cask of Hatred by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

452). The Grateful Dead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

451). A Fantastic Engraving by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

450). Sepulchre by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

449). Music by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

448). The Pipe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

447). The Owls by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

446). The Cats by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

445). Sorrows of the Moon by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

444). Autumn Sonnet by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

443). The Ghost by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

442). Moesta et Errabunda by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

441). To a Creole Lady by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

440). Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

439). Sisina by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

438). Afternoon Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

437). To a Madonna: Votive Offering in the Spanish Style by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

436). Autumn Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

435). Negativland's Tenets of Free Appropriation by Negativland.

434). Shiny, Aluminum, Plastic, and Digital by Negativland.

433). Open Bookcases by Robert Benchley.

432). The Pleasures and Pains of Coffee by Honoré de Balzac. Translated by Robert Onopa.

431). How to Build a Universe that Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later by Philip K. Dick.

430). Universal Library by Willard van Orman Quine.

429). Super-Toys Last All Summer Long by Brian Aldiss.[1]

428). The Feeling of Power by Isaac Asimov.

427). The Last Question by Isaac Asimov.

426). Club des Haschischins by Théophile Gautier.

425). The Informative Content of Education by H. G. Wells.

424). Why You Should Not Be a Unitarian Universalist by Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen.

423). The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke.

422). Meet the Eve Online Creator Who CCP Left Behind: First Exit from New Eden by Richie Shoemaker.

421). Doomed by Chuck Palahniuk.[1]

420). Pickman's Model by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

419). Conversation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

418). The Irreparable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

417). Invitation to the Voyage by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

416). The Beautiful Ship by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

415). The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

414). Cloudy Sky by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

413). Poison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

412). The Perfume Flask by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

411). Evening Harmony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

410). Spiritual Dawn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

409). Confession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

408). Reversibility by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

407). The Living Torch by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

406). What Will You Say Tonight, Poor Solitary Soul... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

405). All Together by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

404). Forréttindavændi og femínismi eftir Elísabetu Ýr Atladóttur.

403). Virðing fyrir skoðunum annarra eftir Geir Þ. Þórarinsson.

402). Why Atheists Can't Be Republicans by C. J. Werleman.

401). In Gods We Trust: The Evolutionary Landscape of Religion by Scott Atran.[1]

400). Semper Eadem by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

399). I Give You These Verses So If My Name... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

398). A Phantom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

397). The Possessed by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

396). The Balcony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

395). The Duel by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

394). The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

393). Posthumous Remorse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

392). One Night When I Lay Beside a Frightful Jewess... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

391). The Vampire by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

390). De Profundis Clamavi by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

389). A Carcass by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

388). The Dancing Serpent by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

387). With Her Pearly, Undulating Dresses... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

386). Þorleifs þáttur jarlaskálds

385). Um verkalýðsbaráttu vændiskvenna og femínisma eftir Þórdísi Sveinsdóttur.

384). Sed non Satiata by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

383). You Would Take the Whole World to Bed with You... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

382). I Adore You as Much as the Nocturnal Vault... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

381). Hair by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

380). Exotic Perfume by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

379). Hymn to Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

378). The Crawling Chaos by H. P. Lovecraft and Winifred Virginia Jackson.[1]

377). The Beast in the Cave by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

376). The Mask: Allegorical Statue in the Style of the Renaissance To Ernest Christophe, Sculptor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

375). The Giantess by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

374). The Ideal by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

373). Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

372). Punishment of Pride by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

371). Don Juan in Hell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

370). Man and the Sea by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

369). Traveling Gypsies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

368). Past Life by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

367). Bad Luck by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

366). The Enemy by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

365). The Bad Monk by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

364). The Venal Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

363). The Sick Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

362). The Beacons by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

361). I Love the Memory of Those Naked Epochs... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

360). Correspondences by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

359). Elevation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

358). The Alchemist by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

357). The Call of Cthulhu by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

356). The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood.[1]

355). Fórnarlambsvæðing Framsóknarflokksins eftir Agnar Kristján Þorsteinsson.

354). Cool Air by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

353). Grafir og stólar eftir Hallgrím Helgason.

352). Eternal Fascism: Fourteen Ways of Looking at a Blackshirt by Umberto Eco.

351). World of Darkness: The Inside Story on the Death of a Game by Ian G. Williams.

350). A Beginner's Guide to the Music of Led Zeppelin by Jason Heller.

349). This Is Why You Have No Business Challenging Scientific Experts by Chris Mooney.

348). "Sex-positive" Feminism Is Doing the Patriarchy's Work for It by Glosswitch.

347). The Descendant by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

346). In the Vault by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

345). Nina Simone: High Priestess of Soul by Maya Angelou.

344). The 120 Days of Sodom by Marquis de Sade. Translated by Austryn Wainhouse and Richard Seaver.[1]

Maí (8/65)

343). Fallið á gæskuprófinu eftir Pawel Bartoszek.

342). Galdrakarlinn í seðlabankanum eftir Hafstein Hauksson.

341). Er þetta Framsókn framtíðarinnar? eftir Guðrúnu Bryndísi Karlsdóttur.

340). An Intelligent Person's Guide to Religion by John Haldane.[1]

339). The Battle that Ended the Century: MS. Found in a Time Machine by H. P. Lovecraft with R. H. Barlow.

338). Javascript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford.

337). The Best American Comics 2007 edited by F. Chris Ware. Preface by Anne Elizabeth Moore. Illustrated by David Heatley.

336). Wimbledon Green by Seth.

335). Won't Be Licked!: The Great '37 Flood in Louisville by Dan Zettwoch.

334). Walnut Creek by David Heatley.

333). Kramer's Ergot by Paper Rad.

332). Meet the Dropouts by Tim Hensley.

331). My Bumbling, Corpulent Mass by Ivan Brunetti.

330). Blond Atchen and the Bumble Boys by C. F..

329). Untitled (Discrete Operations Vehicle - Burning Gall) by Gary Panter.

328). Black Hole (Excerpt) by Charles Burns.

327). Dinner and a Walk by Anders Brekhus Nilsen.

326). No Midgets in Midgetville by Kim Deitch.

325). Fritz After Dark by Gilbert Hernandez.

324). Laundry Room by David Heatley.

323). Cut Thru by David Heatley.

322). Shortcomings (Excerpt) by Adrian Tomine.

321). Shoehorn Technique by Ben Katchor.

320). Six Scenes of My Interactions with Muslims: The Good, the (Mostly) Bad, and the Ugly by Herb Silverman.

319). Untitled (The List) by Miriam Katin.

318). Lubavitch, Ukraine, 1876 by Sammy Harkham.

317). Sambo by David Heatley.

316). Glenn in Bed by Kevin Huizenga.

315). Needles and Pins by Jonathan Bennett.

314). Country Roads - Brighton by John Porcellino.

313). Fuc 1997: We Share a Happy Secret, but Beware, Because the Modern World Emerges by Ron Regé, Jr..

312). Anal Sex: Science's Last Taboo by Debby Herbenick.

311). Questlove Answers Reader Questions About His 'How Hip-Hop Failed Black America' by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

310). Disco and the Return of the Repressed: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America, Part IV by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

309). What Happens When Black Loses Its Cool?: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America, Part III by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

308). Mo' Money, Mo' Problems: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America, Part II by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

307). When the People Cheer: How Hip-Hop Failed Black America by Ahmir Questlove Thompson.

306). The Myth of a 'War on Religion' by Peter Beinart.

305). Hefndarklám eftir Gísla Ásgeirsson.

304). Rassgat eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

303). These Things, These Things by Jeffrey Brown.

302). Six Things I Like About My Girlfriend by Ivan Brunetti.

301). California Journal by Gabrielle Bell.

300). Untitled Diary Strips by Vanessa Davis.

299). John and I Go to the Movies by Lauren Weinstein.

298). Waiting by Lauren Weinstein.

297). Skate Date by Lauren Weinstein.

296). Ernie Pook's Comeek by Lynda Barry.

295). Once, We Ran by C. Tyler.

294). Bad Seed by C. Tyler.

293). The Canary-Colored Caravan of Death by Alison Bechdel.

292). "Hey, Soph, Whazzup?" by Sophie Crumb.

291). Winta Wundaland by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and R. Crumb.

290). Portrait of the Artist as a Young %@#*! by Art Spiegelman.

289). The Horror of Simply Being Alive by Ivan Brunetti.

288). Dad Watches by Jerry Moriarty.

287). Að réttlæta ranglæti eftir Guðmund Andra Hjálmarsson.

286). Big Questions: or Asomatognosia: Whose Hand Is It Anyway? by Matt Hardigree.[1]

285). That Zero Hedge Article on Unsold Cars Is Bullshit by Matt Hardigree.

284). Lost Girls Book Three: The Great and Terrible by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1]

283). Lost Girls Book Two: Neverlands by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1]

282). Iron or The War After by S. M. Vidauri.[1]

281). Of Course Women Are Getting Sexually Harassed by Drones by Callie Beusman.

280). Programming Sucks by Peter Welch.

279). He by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

278). Tossing a Biased Coin by Michael Mitzenmacher.

277). The Horror at Red Hook by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

276). The Supreme Court Rules that Christianity Is Not Christian by Jeff Schweitzer.

275). The Shunned House by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

274). Strong Opinions by Vladimir Nabokov.[1]

273). The Novel Is Dead (This Time It's for Real) by Will Self.

272). The Albatross by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

271). Benediction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

Apríl (8/95)

270). The Festival by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

269). The Unnamable by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

268). The Rats in the Walls by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

267). The Missing Pages of Laurent Binet's HHhH by Laurent Binet.

266). HHhH eftir Laurent Binet. Þýtt af Sigurði Pálssyni.[1]

265). A British Disaster: Blur's Parklife, Britpop, Princess Di & The 1990s by Taylor Parkes.

264). Hugleiðing um kuntur eftir Önnu Bentínu Hermansen.

263). Why Lorde, Iggy Azalea, & Grimes Are Wrong About Criticism and Journalism by Insanul Ahmed.

262). To the Reader by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

261). Dedication by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.

260). A Little Fable by Franz Kafka. Illustrated by Vincent Stall.

259). Páskahugvekja: Frú Erna úr Njarðvík hafði sigur. Um guð, guðlast og frelsi fyrr og nú eftir Úlfar Þormóðsson.

258). Þessvegna ætti Hanna Birna að segja af sér eftir Evu Hauksdóttur.

257). Supernatural Horror in Literature by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

256). Sometimes a Misogynist is Just a Misogynist: Don't Excuse Lars von Trier by Batya Ungar-Sargon.

255). My Hilarious Warner Bros. Royalty Statement by Tim Quirk.

254). Station to Station: The Past, Present, and Future of Streaming Music by Eric Harvey.

253). Literary Composition by H. P. Lovecraft.

252). Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 2 by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Esad T. Ribic, Jerome Opeña, and Robbi Rodriguez.

251). Uncanny X-Force 19: Live with This by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Robbi Rodriguez.[1]

250). Uncanny X-Force 18: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 08: Red Sky Blue by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Esad T. Ribic and Jerome Opeña.[1]

249). Uncanny X-Force 17: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 07: Opens a Window by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Jerome Opeña.[1]

248). Uncanny X-Force 16: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 06: No Such Thing by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Jerome Opeña.[1]

247). Uncanny X-Force 15: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 05: Tabula Rasa by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Jerome Opeña.[1]

246). Uncanny X-Force 14: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 04: Thunder for the Next World by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Jerome Opeña.[1]

245). I Know You Got Soul: The Trouble with Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Chart by Chris Molanphy.

244). Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 1 by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Mark Brooks, Richard Elson, and Scot Eaton.

243). Uncanny X-Force 13: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 03: My World Won't Stop Without You by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks and Scot Eaton.[1]

242). Uncanny X-Force 12: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 02: Interruptions by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks.[1]

241). Uncanny X-Force 11: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 01: Journey to the Age of Apocalypse by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks.[1]

240). Uncanny X-Force 10: The Killer Among Us by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, and Richard Elson.[1]

239). Uncanny X-Force 9: High Art by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Billy Tan.[1]

238). Uncanny X-Force 8: Unintended Consequences by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Billy Tan.[1]

237). Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited by Vladimir Nabokov.[1]

236). Letter to the Gallomo (Alfred Galpin, Samuel Loveman, and Maurice W. Moe), 11 December 1919 by H. P. Lovecraft.

235). Letter to Clark Ashton Smith, 27 November 1927 by H. P. Lovecraft.

234). Notes on Writing Weird Fiction by H. P. Lovecraft.

233). Metrical Regularity by H. P. Lovecraft.

232). The Despised Pastoral by H. P. Lovecraft.

231). Psychopompos: A Tale in Rhyme by H. P. Lovecraft.

230). The Wood by H. P. Lovecraft.

229). Waste Paper: A Poem of Profound Insignificance by H. P. Lovecraft.

228). Unda; or, The Bride of the Sea by H. P. Lovecraft.

227). To Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Eighteenth Baron Dunsany by H. P. Lovecraft.

226). To Clark Ashton Smith, Esq., upon His Phantastick Tales, Verses, Pictures, and Sculptures by H. P. Lovecraft.

225). Revelation by H. P. Lovecraft.

224). Sunset by H. P. Lovecraft.

223). The Rose of England by H. P. Lovecraft.

222). Providence by H. P. Lovecraft.

221). Poemata Minora, Volume II by H. P. Lovecraft.

220). The Poe-et's Nightmare by H. P. Lovecraft.

219). The Peace Advocate by H. P. Lovecraft.

218). Pacifist War Song—1917 by H. P. Lovecraft.

217). Leyndarmálið: Ógnvekjandi heimssýn Sigmundar Davíðs eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson.

216). A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century by Barbara W. Tuchman.[1]

215). The Outpost by H. P. Lovecraft.

214). On Receiving a Picture of Swans by H. P. Lovecraft.

213). On Reading Lord Dunsany's Book of Wonder by H. P. Lovecraft.

212). Ode for July Fourth, 1917 by H. P. Lovecraft.

211). Lost Girls Book One: Older Children by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1]

210). Don't Be That Guy or That Girl by Elliot Olshansky.

209). Justine Part Two by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade.

208). Justine Part One by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade.

207). Trúarbrögð eru frá djöflinum by Valdís Rán Samúelsdóttir.

206). Cats and Dogs by H. P. Lovecraft.

205). At the Root by H. P. Lovecraft.

204). The Nightmare Lake by H. P. Lovecraft.

203). Nemesis by H. P. Lovecraft.

202). Nathicana by H. P. Lovecraft.

201). The Messenger by H. P. Lovecraft.

200). Lines on Gen. Robert Edward Lee: Born Jan. 19, 1807 by H. P. Lovecraft.

199). Life's Mystery by H. P. Lovecraft.

198). Led Zeppelin I by John Mendelsohn.

197). Laeta; a Lament by H. P. Lovecraft.

196). In a Sequester'd Providence Churchyard Where Once Poe Walk'd by H. P. Lovecraft.

195). The House by H. P. Lovecraft.

194). Hallowe'en in a Suburb by H. P. Lovecraft.

193). The Pow! Bang! Bam! Plan to Save Marvel, Starring B-List Heroes by Devin Leonard.

192). Invictus by William Ernest Henley.

191). Fungi from Yuggoth by H. P. Lovecraft.[1]

190). Festival by H. P. Lovecraft.

189). Fact and Fancy by H. P. Lovecraft.

188). Despair by H. P. Lovecraft.

187). Dead Passion's Flame by H. P. Lovecraft.

186). The Conscript by H. P. Lovecraft.

185). The City by H. P. Lovecraft.

184). Christmas Greetings to Sonia H. Greene by H. P. Lovecraft.

183). Christmas Greetings to Rheinhart Kleiner by H. P. Lovecraft.

182). Christmas Greetings to Laurie A. Sawyer by H. P. Lovecraft.

181). Christmas Greetings to Eugene B. Kuntz et al. by H. P. Lovecraft.

180). Christmas Greetings to Annie E. P. Gamwell by H. P. Lovecraft.

179). Christmas by H. P. Lovecraft.

178). Astrophobos by H. P. Lovecraft.

177). Arcadia by H. P. Lovecraft.

176). The Ancient Track by H. P. Lovecraft.

175). The Cats by H. P. Lovecraft.

174). Why Wu-Tang Will Release Just One Copy of Its Secret Album by Zack O'Malley Greenburg.

173). Valdið færist til eftir Jón Orm Halldórsson.

172). Dear Anti-Vaxxers: You Want Pure Nature? OK, Die Young by Jeffrey Kluger.

171). What's It Like to Be a Suicide Girl by Marah Eakin.

170). Noam Chomsky: Ecology, Ethics, Anarchism by Javier Sethness.

169). The Evil-God Challenge by Stephen Law.

168). The Editor's Response to 13-Year-Old Is Horrible by Tony Posnanski.

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167). Abraham game makers believe they are in a fight with Satan by Colin Campbell.

166). Pútínisminn eftir Pawel Bartoszek.

165). What drives the men who think feminists and foreigners want to wipe them out? by Laurie Penny.

164). Fjórtán einkenni feminisma eftir Evu Hauksdóttur.

163). Útskýringar almenns eðlis og hrútlegs eftir Kára Emil Helgason.

162). Birdland by Gilbert Hernandez.

161). Druuna: Clone by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

160). Druuna: The Forgotten Planet by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

159). The Paradox of Pac-Man or: The Tragedy of Fragmented Knowledge by Matt Russell.

158). Eru íþróttir besta forvörnin? eftir Svein Arnarsson.

157). Róttæk rökhyggja eftir Guðmund Andra Hjálmarsson.

156). Druuna: Aphrodisia by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

155). Christmas Greetings to Felis (Frank Belknap Long's Cat) (II) by H. P. Lovecraft.

154). Christmas Greetings to Felis (Frank Belknap Long's Cat) (I) by H. P. Lovecraft.

153). An American to Mother England by H. P. Lovecraft.

152). The Allowable Rhyme by H. P. Lovecraft.

151). Druuna: Carnivora by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

150). Druuna: Mandragora by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

149). Druuna: Creatura by Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri.[1]

148). Self on Ballard by Will Self.

147). The Crucifixion Considered as an Uphill Bicycle Race by Alfred Jarry. Translated by Roger Shattuck.

146). The Overloaded Man by J.G. Ballard.[1]

145). The Coming of the Unconscious by J.G. Ballard.

144). Þrotugur eftir Hrafn Jónsson.

143). Blása jafnréttisvindar um Ríkisútvarpið? eftir Líf Magneudóttur.

142). Last Alan Moore Interview? by Alan Moore.

141). It's the BBC's rightwing bias that is the threat to democracy and journalism by Owen Jones.

140). Depeche Mode 101 25 Years On: A Short Conversation with Alan Wilder by Chi Ming Lai.

139). David Navarro: Beyond Addiction by Alan di Perna.

138). er það relevant?: eitthvað helvítis tuð í einhverri öfgabrussu og smá shelley eftir prólí móló.

137). Man-Hating Feminism More than Just a Myth by Octavia Sheepshanks.

136). "Allir eiga sannleikann skilið" - viðtal við Sindra Eldon eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl.

135). Elías í Kanada eftir Auði Haraldsdóttur.

134). Sérlausnir ESB: Kadmíum-sprengjan eftir Viktor Orra Valgarðsson.

133). Testing at Airbnb by Lou Kosak.

132).