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Today’s quick lit [& alt.cult] links from around the web:

“Imagine a Stephen King book that costs just over $90,000. Then try to grasp the fact that around $85,000 of that total is accounted for by the dust jacket alone.”

& The Cult interview James Ellroy

& ‘Right & Wrong Political Uses of Literature’ by Italo Calvino (via wood s lot)

& Religion for radicals, an interview with Terry Eagleton

& Banned Books Week‘s map of censorship

& Some favourite lines from Hard Case Crime novels (via Maud Newton)

& Filthy Dickens, out-of-context Charles Dickens quotations

& Lee Rourke’s 10.5 things he likes about Regent’s Canal, the setting for his forthcoming novel The Canal

& Don Draper & Tony Soprano would totally be friends (via @flavorpill)

[Image: c/o Mykl Roventine]

First posted: Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009.

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