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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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    The film adaptation of Atomised is reviewed in Time Out. * You looked better on MySpace! * Irvine Welsh interviewed in this month's Dazed & Confused. More here. * Rick Moody and Nick Kent on the late Syd Barrett. * The New York Dolls (what's left of them) are interviewed in today's Guardian. The latest issue of trakMarx is a Dolls special. There's also an article about the 100 Punks exhibition. * The Chap Olympics (more here). * The future of public libraries in Britain. * The BBC's John Betjeman season. * The early letters of Mark E Smith. * The Bookseller fails to mention that Buzzwords was the very first literary blog. Ever! * Talking of bloody good blogs: Amelie Nothomb, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, Ben Myers all via Ireland's wondrous Dogmatika. * Marco Pirroni's Wolfmen. * The mother of all insults. See also Camus and Zidane (via Bookslut) * Be Your Own Pet in Nerve: "People over there are too horny for their own good. All the time people will just try to grab at me and kiss me and yell stuff like 'tits'. It's never happened anywhere else except the UK". * Noah Cicero has a new book out. * Mark Thwaite from Ready Steady Book is now also The Book Depository's web editor. * Check out Litro, literature's answer to Metro: it is distributed for free every Friday outside several London underground stations. * 3:AM's flash fiction editor has launched a writing competition for the next issue of her wonderful Wild Strawberries magazine: "We are looking for the best flash fiction story or prose poem about an animal or animals left behind and living in New Orleans after the flood". Entries should be between 250 and 700 words. One entry per writer.

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