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

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      [25.9.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    Alan Bennett in the Independent on Sunday: "cancer; like any other illness, is a bore". More here. * Lorna Martin explains that some members of Babyshambles' audience are there "simply to experience being in Doherty's singular presence. And, of course, to witness chaos. It is sad but true that there is a morbid fascination with seeing in the flesh someone on the edge of self-destruction. This flawed, charismatic singer, with his headlong, devil-may-care attitude, is mesmerising". There's also a lengthy article in The Observer about Hedi Slimane whose London: Birth of a Cult chronicles Doherty's rise to, er, cult status. More here, there and everywhere. * Patrick Hamilton: Words, Whisky and... is on BBC2 tomorrow at 11.45pm. * Can bloggers strike it rich? * Zadie Smith interviewed in the Village Voice. * Alice in Flash3Dland. * The Halloween Short Film Festival in London. * A new Confederacy of Dunces. * The Henry Miller Award. * Tom Wolfe stripped of title. * Another interview with Bret Easton Ellis: "You can't stand over every reader, saying, 'See this part here? That's supposed to be funny. You're not supposed to be so grossed out or so offended by it...'". * The Anarchist Pogo Party of Germany's official site. * Blastitude tips a nod to our own Wasco and his Slow Toe Press. Definitely worth a look.

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