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December 23, 2006

Philip K. Dick – The early years

Seraphinianus Luigi Serafini - Codex Seraphinianus (1983, US edition) on flickr

Philip K. Dick's typewriter and favorite mug

A Guide to Literary Accessories

Kevin Kelly’s experiment in new publishing involves 5 6 different ways to get his book True Films 2.0. You can buy a black and white softcover version from Lulu.com, where it is the cheapest, or for a bit more from Amazon, where it is the easiest to order. Or you can buy a luxurious 156-page full color softcover version from Lulu. Or you can buy a dirt cheap color version as a PDF download, and get it instantly. Also, In a few weeks you'll be able to get versions for e-book readers and PDAs. There is also a free website version

Umberto Eco's 'The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana'

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The Pearl, A Magazine of Facetiae and Volupous Reading, 1879-1880. (Very NSFW)

The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2006

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Wow- the codex seriphinianus!!! I never thought I'd see that again. My sister brought it home from the library once, and I think we spent a whole weekend staring at it.

Posted by: Rob Cruickshank at Dec 28, 2006 6:02:58 AM