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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
CHATTERING CLASSES SINCE 2000
by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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      [24.7.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    The Port Eliot Literary Festival has started. * 3:AM contributor Tony O'Neill reviews Dan Fante's Corksucker: "For me, finding the writings of Dan Fante was a revelation; in an era were safe writing and intellectual cowardice rule with an iron fist his books are a blessed anachronism". * Magic mushrooms. * How to read a bookshelf? * Geoff Dyer on video games. * Happy birthday to Four-Eyed Bitch who recently turned 26! * The Globe is to stage a production of Troilus and Cressida in 16th century English: "For example, the word 'voice' is pronounced the same as 'vice', 'reason' as 'raisin', 'room' as 'Rome', 'one' as 'own' - breathing new life into Shakespeare's rhyming and punning". * The Guardian get their readers to write book reviews. * Pete Doherty to star as himself in a film? * Ever heard of Micalef? * Roger Colson's first international solo exhibition opens at Gallery NewQuay in Melbourne (Australia), on 29 September and runs until 23 October. * Ex-Pixies Frank Black interviews Ray Bradbury for the LA Alternative Press. * The Wall Street Journal reports on publishers' use of blogs as marketing tools. They mention the sites devoted to Jayne Dennis who is, in fact, a character in Bret Easton Ellis's forthcoming Lunar Park. * The success of Starbucks. * Joe Orton's What the Butler Saw reviewed by Michel Billington: "Watching David Grindley's highly enjoyable Hampstead revival, however, I was as much struck by Orton's technical skill as his subversive vision: he combines the classic structure of farce with a running commentary on a swiftly changing Britain". * Mr Zadie Smith, Nick Laird, has been nominated for the Forward (poetry) Prize: 'My wife is a novelist, obviously, and we sort of carved it up that that was her area and this was my area," he said'. * Tim Burton's spidery drawings. * anarcho punk compiled. * The Walt Whitman exhibition in New York. * Porn everywhere! * The rise of the copycat band. * Wired on Jorn Barger, the bloke who coined the word 'weblog' and "never made a dime" (link via dogmatika). * iPod killed the album star: "The art of listening to an album from beginning to end, while poring over the cover art and liner notes, started to fade when CDs began to replace vinyl 20 years ago. Digital downloads might just quicken this demise". * Tracey Emin's intro to Janet Smith's Liquid Assets: The Lidos and Open-Air Swimming Pools of Britain: ". . . a big ambition of mine is to design a chain of lidos by the Thames, using a mix of river water and fresh water. They would be oval-shaped, with an egg-like roof, which opens up when the sun comes out. And when that happened all the radio stations in London would make an announcement. 'The London Ovals are opening!' It would be a bit like the announcement at Tower Bridge".

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