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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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by Andrew Gallix and Utahna Faith

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      [2.4.06] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    Dave Eggers on why Americans will never understand 'soccer'. * The return of David Mitchell (via Bookslut). * Anthony Barnes on the Erotic Review uncensored: "The new girl is bent over a table, being lashed with a cat-o'-nine-tails. Meant to be serving orgiastic amounts of fine wine and sensual food to a gathering of writers, she has just made the mistake of answering one of them back. ...'This is not the kind of art-directed sex with beautiful people that Hollywood is used to,' she (Rowan Pelling) says. 'It's old gentlemen who like spanking, and people from middle England buying PVC outfits and dog collars at the Erotica Fair, rather than Sharon Stone uncrossing her legs in Basic Instinct.'" * dogmatika on Douglas Coupland. * Playwright Alan Bennett to become a freeman of his home city of Leeds. * Julien Temple's Glastonbury movie. * An in-depth piece on Rupert Thomson's works (via Everywhere). * On the Changing Media Summit 2006. * Hugo Williams profiled: "Hugo Williams is exactly how you want a poet to be, almost as if 'poet' was a part he landed in an extremely long-running play. ...cheekbones like geometry, eyes like glassy pools into which every woman who meets him surely longs to jump -- and to hell with it if he is old enough to be her father". * A revamp over at Canongate. * Simon Ings' The Weight of Numbers: from concept to bookshops. * Chris Knight on Chomsky. * The Scotsman on BBC America's British-American dictionary (via Bookslut). * A Kazuo Ishiguro podcast. * Spike's round-up of web satire. * The great thing about D.B.C. Pierre's house in County Leitrim, somewhere in the hills below the Northern Irish border, is that it has a bar. He bought the place, an abandoned farmhouse, off the internet and patched it to the point of habitability himself, since Irish tradesmen are above going out to the sticks these days. "It needs a lot of work, but I can live with that," he says. 'Actually, it's not bad. It's very comfy. And you walk in and it's got a bar. A proper bar.' Pierre has propped up bars in quite a few countries in his 44 years, I'd say. He says he could always spin a good pub yarn, an ability that proved to be first his downfall, then his salvation. ...And now? 'I limp along,' he grins. 'I must be the same person, but the sting has been taken out of any of the nasty shit I had. Now I think there are, if anything, quaint vestiges. I can still spin a good yarn. For fun, you know, in the pub.'": Booker Prize-winner DBC Pierre is interviewed in The Age (via dogmatika). * The British Library's missing list. * Robert McCrum remembers John McGahern whose funeral is also reviewed in today's Observer. * Is Henry Rollins the Mark Twain of punk? (via Bookslut). * Melvin Bragg's Twelve Books That Changed the World does not contain a single novel! (More here and there.)

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