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

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      [11.9.05] [Andrew Stevens]
    DRUG TRAIN IN VEIN
    Erstwhile 3:AM Co-Editor Tony O'Neill writes to inform me of his debut novel Digging the Vein, which is available to pre-order on amazon now. He says the blurb on there needs some work but basically it's self-destruction, excess, that sort of thing, packed into 192 pages. His biog on Laura Hird's site probably gives a better description of what to expect: "Tony O'Neill is 26 years old. In a previous life he played keyboards for bands and artists such as Kenickie, Marc Almond and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. After moving to Los Angeles he also became a heroin addict, crack fiend and a speedfreak. He started writing about his experiences on the periphery of the Hollywood Dream and has been writing ever since. He lives in New York where he works as a labourer and writes."

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