First there was Keith Richards's autobiography, Life. Now he is writing a children's book, complete with illustrations by his daughter. Gus & Me tells the story of Richards's bond with his grandfather, which is slightly more normal than snorting his dad's ashes.
McSweeney's has a personal account of the end of an antiquarian book business. This is a bummer (the bankruptcy, not the writing of Bill Cotter, a very pleasant man to whom I once tried to sell a book). (Via).