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September 18, 2005


The Jackson Clarion-Ledger reviews Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis.

iGuy, the iPod case with arms and legs, has a blog.

"George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People," the music video.

Make your own iPod nano sleeve.

Rolling Stone Ron Wood's wife allows a glimpse into her life in the Guardian.

Jo Wood's tips for a perfect rock star marriage - never show jealousy, always have sex, don't nag about alcohol - can perhaps be summed up in her phrase, 'I work at it. Ronnie responds.'

Author Bret Easton Ellis talks to Scotland on Sunday.

"I understood why American Psycho sells a lot of copies," says Ellis. "It is a fast-paced, very funny, very scary book.

"Something I regretted was the violence," he confesses, cringing a bit. "I was a punky, nihilistic kid when I wrote those scenes. They came out effortlessly. The violence was really hardcore and I had to steel myself to read them. I got why people were outraged. Would I do it differently now? I can't do that."

Kurt Vonnegut's new book, Man Without a Country, is a bestseller.

Another Vonnegut note: there is a website devoted to Bokonon, the religion found in his novel, Cat's Cradle.

Two Vonnegut mentions in a row deserve a contest: be the first person to comment and name your favorite Kurt Vonnegut book besides the two mentioned above (and God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, my personal favorite), and a literary LHB prize will be headed your way.

Author Michel Houellebecq lists the A to Z of culture.

Standard Motion is having a summer sale on limited edition show posters.


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