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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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      [11.11.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    Wire live in the late 70s courtesy of Dennis Cooper's blog, where you'll also find the novelist's "top 10 most fuckable rock stars of all time" (which includes young versions of Alex James, Richard Lloyd, Matthew Ashman and Paul Weller). BTW Cooper's The Sluts is reviewed in the Village Voice Literary Supplement. * There's a story by Trinnie Dalton in nerve. Wide Eyed, her short story collection, was recently published by Akashic Books in Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery series. * Dan Rhodes has a cool new website (see our interview with Dan here). * The death of John Fowles led the BBC to link to Britliblogs the other day. Here's a profile of John Fowles. * Neal Pollack moves from Austin to LA. * Simon Reynolds interviews Green of Scritti Politi. * The McSweeneys Store. * Michel Houellebecq wins the Prix Interallie and talks about his dog ("'The love of a dog is a pure thing,' he says. 'He gives you a trust which is total. You must not betray it.'") * Attacking the "Londonostalgics" (link via Four-Eyed Bitch). * Andrew Boswell's biography of Anthony Burgess is getting good reviews, but where's my copy?! * Microsoft to scan the British Library. * Short Term Memory Loss goes to Frankfurt. * Paul Auster in The Guardian. * A Belle and Sebastian biography and a history of indie pop. * Slate claims that Tindley and Chapman is the "best bookshop in the world". Meanwhile, The Indie mourns the death of second-hand bookshops. * Are PK14 China's answer to Sonic Youth? * The Walkmen are writing a novel. * Dan Fante's official site. * William Burroughs meets David Bowie. * It's National Novel Writing Month again. More here. * pulp.net goes Turkish this month. * Susana Medina, who we met at a 3:AM gig, has a great new website. * Anne Rice is profiled in January Magazine. * Poetry for the iPod generation. * The Parisian Dada exhibition is reviewed in The Guardian. * Daren King returns with a cartoon book "for adults only and children who like hallucinogenic drugs and hard animal sex". That should make a great Christmas present.

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