This Week’s Reading, 1.4.12
This week’s motley links round-up:
- Leader image: Richard Oelze at but does it float.
- Some pint-sized, snot-nosed, bowl-haired scamp by the name of Ernest Miller Hemingway, at Victorian Bullshit & Co. I’m guessing everybody saw the new Hemingway letters?
- Pages torn from Nick Cave’s notebooks.
- This warms the cockles: Flash mob targets indie bookshop.
- Martin Scorcese’s storyboards for Taxi Driver.
- This video has been doing the blog rounds for years (and popped up again this week in various places), but who can resist Andy Warhol painting Debbie Harry on an Amiga?
- The Lost Tapes, a three-disc collection of Can outtakes to be released in June. Somebody hit gold: “The Lost Tapes was discovered by accident, after the German Rock N Pop museum bought Can’s studio in Weilerswist. While the studio was being taken apart for relocation to Gronau, a set of badly labelled master tapes were found.”
- Bukowski’s ‘Born Into This’:
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