Unwinnable Weekly Issue 17 by Stuart Horvath

Unwinnable Weekly Issue 17

byStuart Horvath

Kobo ebook | October 3, 2014

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Since 2010, Unwinnable has been a showcase for weird, experimental, poignant, funny and iconoclastic stories. We're devoted to examining the intersection of the culture we love and the lives we lead. Unwinnable wants to bring you the best in pop-culture criticism, creative non-fiction, and the occasional serialized fiction once a week in a beautiful digital magazine. Unwinnable is life with culture. 

Matt Marrone kicks things off this week with a look at Stanley Kubrick’s use of the menacing paintings of Alex Colville in The Shining. He is only a little bit obsessed. Stu Horvath gets burned by The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and explains why surprise endings in horror are almost always a bad idea (if you want to play Ethan Carter, do it before you read this essay, naturally). Mary Alexandra Agner lightens things up with some of her narrative rules for playing Minecraft and, finally, Gus Mastrapa delivers up the latest installment of Dungeon Crawler.

No matter what your taste, Unwinnable Weekly has you covered, so make sure to check out our selection of back issues today!

Title:Unwinnable Weekly Issue 17Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 3, 2014Publisher:Unwinnable, LLCLanguage:English

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