The Age has the Mark Haddon profile to end all Mark Haddon profiles. He confesses that he’s a fortysomething who listens to the Flaming Lips and Sparklehorse, is 30,000 words into his next novel Blood and Scissors, and (regrettably) has been reading the McSweeney’s crowd.
Laura Bush has called gay marriage “a very, very shocking issue.” She also reports that she faints at the sight of blood.
The American Prospect has some fun with a comparative review of stalker/sucker/spineless wanker memoirs.
Caryn James examines the recent rise of Hollywood fiction.
And if, like me, you were an RPG geek back in the 80s, you might be interested to know that Paranoia has returned.