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      [Saturday, July 16, 2005] [Andrew Gallix]
    NEWS
    "Enough Ribena to Incarnadine the Multitudinous Seas" features in the first issue of The Paris Bitter Hearts Pit, a new underground literary fanzine which is hip as fuck and distributed free in bookshops and galleries across the French capital. I'm in good company: the first issue also includes fiction and poetry by Tom Bradley, GD, Steven Hall, Travis Jeppesen, HP Tinker and Matthew Wascovich.

    In other news, I got a really lovely (anonymous) message on 5 July from someone ("Someone who, like Adam, almost always feels in the wrong place at the wrong time") who's read a couple of my stories:

    "I've only read Sweet Fanny Adams and Body. And how moving it is! I mean not like a movie as E.T. can make you cry (don't lie, everybody cried at least once for E.T.), but in the way that something happens inside and nothing's the same anymore. something in the words, or in the meaning. though it's about things everybody may feel (otherwise they're not humans, are they?). When I got outside the cybercafe, during a few minutes, I felt like I walked on another street, in another city, on another planet. Glad to know you.

    --Someone who, like Adam, almost always feels in the wrong place at the wrong time."

    On the subject of "Sweet Fanny Adams", you can hear Steven Rogers -- a good mate and partner-in-crime at 3:AM Magazine -- read an extract here.

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