Viv Albertine on life after The Slits. * Michel Houellebecq and “depressive realism”. * A documentary on the Situationist International. * Pardon My French. * The TLS goes punk. * Zadie Smith review. * The Runaways movie (trailer). * The death wish at the heart of fiction for teenagers. * Feltham Made Him. * Derek Jarman‘s In the Shadow of the Sun (1980, with music by Throbbing Gristle). * 60 Writers / 60 Places. * Simon Critchley on Terence Malick‘s work and on Beckett‘s only film. * Martin Amis accused of “social autism” (sic.). * No bad time to be a writer. * Gavin James Bower‘s rules for writers. * A guide to online fiction. * John Robb on Mott The Hoople. * Sam Jordison on the joys of browsing bookshops. * A new Ben Greenman story. * Philippe Garrel‘s Le Révélateur (1968). * Colin Ward‘s Guardian obituary. * On Barthes‘s Mythologies (via). * The New York Times on Macmillan’s DynamicBooks. * Iggy Pop on writing. * Pictures of London from the 50s to the 80s. * Will Self on conspiracy theories. * Debord‘s “Exercise in Psychogeography“. * Marianne Faithfull on William Burroughs (from 2004). * The new Joshua Cohen. * (We Are) Performance. * Writing advice: the Best Of. * Motorway Services Online. * Horror fiction and sexism. * London Transport films. * A review of the Billy Childish exhibition. * Stuart Evers on the great literary walk. * Public Image Limited begin their US tour. * Famous literary drunks and addicts. * The first ever film version of Alice in Wonderland (1903), * The unlikely life & sudden death of the eXile, Russia’s angriest newspaper (Mark Ames‘ Going Postal reviewed). * James Frey is John Twelve Hawks? * Zach Galifianakis & John Wray talk Lowboy. * Alan Kelly on the work of Poppy Z. Brite. * Paper Darts magazine. * Justin Taylor on the Bat Segundo Show.