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August 27, 2005


Author Beth Lisick talks to the Portland tribune about her life and book, Everybody Into the Pool.

"I don’t think I want to keep writing about my life. I felt like, 'OK, that’s enough about me.' I’m definitely not going to be one of those people that writes about their kid all the time."

I'll be reading this book this month, I'll let you know if the David Sedaris comparisons are valid.

More and more couples are ditching DJ's and bands for their wedding receptions and instead are streaming music from their iPods.

Are the Quills awards, "nothing but a marketing gimmick by a nervous book industry"? The Boston Globe investigates.

The San Francisco Bay Guardian previews fall's CD releases.

The Small Stakes has some cool indie show posters for sale.

The Nashville Scene profiles Texas gubernatorial candidate and author Kinky Friedman.

iLounge published its fall 2005 iPod transmitter shootout yesterday.

Musician/poet/artist Billy Childish talks to the Independent.

This Woman Coil is a French mp3 blog devoted to female artists.

The Book Standard discusses authors who use podcasts to distribute and/or publicize their works.

Dan Dickinson posted a brand new Ted Leo song performed live for the first time. (via)

The Guardian lists 50 must see shows for autumn.

The Louisville Courier Journal calls Sufjan Stevens, "the most ambitious singer/songwriter in the history of recorded music." (and people say he's overhyped...)

Bling examines celebrities who blog.

The Cleveland Plain-Dealer profiles a local independent bookshop fighting the megastore trend.


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