Fancy a round of handheld Villette sometime soon? Nintendo might be able to help. The first thing we do, let's blast all the Reeds, though. (As you can tell, I didn't really read that feed item properly, did I?)
Alison Croggon was there, watching Warne watch Warne, so read all about it.
Of Twain, and buttermilk, and important modern neologisms that aren't as new as we thought they were, Jack Pendarvis sings. Via Maud, comme d'habitude.
Maud's been exceptionally helpful, too, evaluating the iPhone as an e-reader.
Since I started on this the other week, there have also been posts from Toni Jordan that are dry, warm and humorous, as one might expect from the author of her witty first novel Addition, and as I leave for the beach and some reading and festivities of my own, the blogging will continue over there, so get on down.
Other spots to watch include of course Ange's fabulous Literary Minded blog at Crikey, Lisa Dempster's book blog at Unwakeable, where she is reviewing her selection from most of the Summer Reads ( see below!), and Mobylives, which seems to get better every week. (Yes, that whale is sure out there.)
And you might like to have a look at Perry's profiles of litbloggers over at Matilda - skip the first one, 'cause you know all about this space, but you will find some new sites of interest. I certainly did. Thanks, Perry.