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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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      [13.5.06] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE MISSING LINKS
    McSweeney's are to launch a French version (in...er...France) next month. * Benjamin Kunkel is interviewed in austinist (via Bookslut). More here. * Nick Cave in Nerve: "I did a gig with the band Dirty Three. They asked me if I could do a gig with them in a month's time. But I had to grow some facial hair for it. Now it's kind of here to stay, I think". * This Space supports Peter Handke who has seen one of his plays dropped by the Comedie-Francaise following the author's attendance at Milosevic's funeral. There's a lot more over at the Literary Saloon. * On the lack of foreign fiction translated into English. * dogmatika interview Kevin Ring, founder of Beat Scene magazine. * Dan Rhodes on the author he would nominate for the Nobel Prize: "It would be a three-way toss up between Daren King, Simon Crump and Sylvia Smith. They all belong on that podium". * New York's famous KGB Bar launch a magazine called KGBarLit. * More on Georges Bataille's Documents: "Bataille was uncompromising in his disdain for art as a panacea and a substitute for human experience, his problem remaining 'the place that surrealism gave to poetry and painting: it placed the work before being'". * Paul Rowland is publishing Metro-3, his experimental novel based on the Moscow metro, online. A new chapter is posted daily. * Read Alasdair Gray's new play and read about the novel he is working on, Men in Love: "Every time I finish something, I think it is useful to think that it may be the last piece of work you will ever do: it energises me to think it may be the last". * Webcam girls go wild! * Lewis Carroll's snapshots. * LITRO: London's literary alternative to Metro. * Plagiarism: it's all the rage. * Beckett play unearthed: 23 blank pages. * The history of counter-cultural icon Rolling Stone magazine. * The impact of the Internet on spelling. * Per Petterson wins Independent Foreign Fiction prize. * Bookmunch head (and 3:AM contributor) Peter Wild has a story entitled "Punk Rocker" in Word Riot. * A remake of cult TV series The Prisoner is in the offing. * The Greylodge Podcasting Company. * Sam Shepard interviewed in The Indie. * Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City wins the Big Gay Read award. * 12 people faint at literary gig in Brighton: "Writer Irvine Welsh said it was the power of Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk's story-telling that was making people ill. However, many collapsed before the US writer even spoke" (via dogmatika). * More stuff via the unparalleled dogmatika: literary LA, the Fantes, Nick Zinner, Pete Doherty's blood paintings and a review of Tony O'Neill's Digging the Vein. * On Alain de Botton's The Architecture of Happiness. * Short Term Memory Loss reviews the new Chris Petit. * toberead v Julian Barnes. * A review by James Hawes. * What are reviewers really saying? * Londonstani reviewed by James Bridle of 3:AM and Short Term Memory Loss. * Popbitch: "Is it a protest against our obsession with celebrity, or just one more example of it?. * The new David Mitchell gets panned by Lee Rourke. * More on the Tom McCarthy re-release.

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