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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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    Bettie Page : the forthcoming film. * Laura Hird is interviewed in the Canadian Danforth Review. * A study shows that goths are "decent, middle-class types". * Through a Glass Darkly: the blog. * Bob Stanley on Messthetics and the UK DIY movement: "The sound was art-school -- a kind of urban British folk inspired by Vivian Stanshall, Syd Barrett, music hall and Dada. It was rickety, semi-musical and open to anyone: it related to punk in the way skiffle had to rock'n'roll. DIY archivist Johan Kugelberg describes it as 'the wild enthusiasm of being 17 and discovering Alfred Jarry and the beauty of children's drawings.'" * Spike contributor Ian Hocking on Macmillan's New Writing publishing programme. * The 23rd World Pooh-Sticks Championships. * The Australian celebrates the 50th anniversary of Nelson Algren's A Walk on the Wild Side (via Bookslut. This article also appeared in the English Daily Telegraph) * The Royal Court Theatre's Open House Day and the decline of the National Theatre. * The end of handwriting? * Banksy on the troubles facing malbourne's graffiti artists. * The world's coolest camera. * Author Andrew Holmes' mix tapes. * The Welsh literary heritage. * Paris City Rock. * Karen magazine starts a blog. * Nick Laird interviewed (via dogmatika). * The Valve: a Literary Organ. * eggsbaconchipsandbeans. * The 10th anniversary of the film version of Trainspotting. * China's new wave of writers. * The mighty PG Wodehouse. * Nikki Sudden of Swell Maps fame died on March 26 (see the messages left on myspace) * World Cup anthems. * Alasdair Gray and Malcolm Gladwell's blogs. * Dan Fante on John Fante. * The best punk singles. * Blogging demystified. * Watch Art Brut live in New York City. * I really like Simon Crump, so I was glad to see that he was interviewed in dogmatika. He would like to have written Harry Potter in order to include a scene "where Harry is rigorously taken up the jacksy by a dirty old sailor". * Brit authors support public libraries. * Ben Jonson profiled. * Laurence Sterne in cyberspace. * The revitalised Yeah Yeah Yeahs are interviewed in the Daily Telegraph. * New Orleans' first post-Katrina Mardi Gras. * There's a review here of February 03, the anthology published by 3:AM's Matthew Wascovich. * Terry Eagleton on Beckett. * What's in a nom de plume? * GuinnessSize Me. * Morrissey reviewed. * More on DBC Pierre. * Novelist John McGahern has died. * An exhbition of pictures of the Bloomsbury Group. *

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