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Australian writer Elliot Perlman lists his "Five of the Best Holocaust Memoirs" for the "Campaign for the American Reader" weblog.

Garth Nix talks to "Wired" magazine about his upcoming novel, the lost video game, and his past and future writing.  Question: could the photographer get any CLOSER?

Gavin Aung Than is a freelance illustrator living in Melbourne.  He creates comic strips out of inspirational quotes and he recently picked up Neil Gaiman's recent commencement address at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  Gaiman, who keeps an eye on these things, found the strip and hopes to thank the artist personally next time he's in town. 

"The Guardian" newspaper in the UK, in association with National Book Tokens, has launched an interactive literary map of the UK, allowing you to zoom in on bookshops, bookish events and literary connections based on location.  Oh, for an Australian version.

The news is out that the 2012 Melbourne Writers Festival program will be available on July 20.

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