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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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      [2.10.05] [Andrew Gallix]
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    Jim Jarmusch interviewed: "'I try to just be in the present as much as I can,' he says, 'but it's hard. It needs the kind of discipline that Buddhist monks have, but I try to get there if only for a few moments every day'." * Preethi Nair, who read at 3:AM's very first gig, is in Fiction City (Preethi's own website is here). * Edward Munch at the Royal Academy in London. * A lost novel by Truman Capote is to be published against the late author's wishes. Capote -- The Film: watch the trailer. * Pop star's feet. * Britain's secret sex survey. * Homer's Ithaca discovered? * The Fire Engines are back, albeit briefly, and the legend "Robert Quine, guitar hero" adorns their drum kit. * Stephen King, who thought Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho was "bad fiction by a good writer" is quite taken with Lunar Park: "I kept expecting Ellis to cop out and retreat to the hackneyed haven of the ''serious novelist'': Was it real or was it a dream? You must decide for yourself, dear reader. Nope: in the last couple of chapters, Lunar Park goes all out, balls to the wall. I respect that" (via dogmatika). * The Stage now has a blog. * The eagerly-awaited (?) Babyshambles album. * The Literature Map ("the tourist map of literature"). Link via our friends at Spike who have launched another great site all about the free books you can find online. * Are Cardiff's Victorian English Gentlemens Club (no apostrophe?) really "simply fucking ace", as claimed here? * The Fish Finger at fifty. * Is Socialism the "decent free magazine" London was gagging for? * Girls with glasses. * A flyer for Unskinny Bop features in today's Independent on Sunday article on the new exhibition at The Women's Library in London. * Why were The Avengers avengers? * Jacqueline Wilson profiled: "Why does a girl in my book snog a teacher? Because that is what girls fantasise about". * Louis Theroux on Las Vegas.

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