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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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      [16.11.05] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    Congratulations to the unstoppable Mark Thwaite of Ready Steady Books for being chosen as MobyLives Radio's UK correspondent. In related news, here's a handy list of literary podcasts (link via dogmatika). * Morrissey: new album details. * There's a great review of Tom McCarthy's Remainder in Short Term Memory Loss (see also RSB). * Not a very flattering live review of new internet darlings Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. * Modern pin-ups. * Roger McGough interviewed. * Alfred Jarry ("Jarry had the sort of succes de scandale that only the French can cook up, and he spent the rest of his short life as a fin-de-siecle Johnny Rotten, until absinthe rotted his internal organs away") and his legacy ("Ubu was designed to blast through the constipation of the French, and forge a new connection; the many Ubuisms that have followed have done little but reblock the same derriere"). * Remember The Crabs? * Spotted at Porte de Clignancourt the other day: Patrick Eudeline, France's answer to Nick Kent, carrying a guitar. * After Gulcher, who were mentioned in Chloe Delaume's novel Certainement pas, The Brats will make a cameo in Thomas Clement's Les Enfants du plastique. * Clive Bloom has a website. * More Richard Cabut at Laura Hird's. * The impact of the internet on (British) politics and music (an article which obviously mentions the dukes of download). * Is cool just for kids? * The New Orleans Disaster Oral History & Memory Project. * Malcolm McLaren is innocent. Allegedly. * 33 1/3. * Bret Easton Ellis interviewed by shadowy Bookmunch supremo Peter Wild. * Me Three magazine (link via Andrew Stevens). * Nick Hornby is shortlisted for the Whitbread while Orham Pamuk lands the French Prix Medicis. * Stewart Home (who appeared at two 3:AM events) holds forth on the British black-power movement in Metamute (link via dogmatika). * txt classics. * Babyshambles' debut is "disappointing because it fails to fulfil even its own ambitions. DIA isn't the vital, heady, warts'n'all document of love and squalor it believes itself to be".

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