Writers and musicians are inspired by one another in an artistic feedback loop that has given us, among other things, High Fidelity and The Crane Wife . While this stimulating interconnectivity may have always been intuitively clear to interested parties, now the blogosphere brings you musical playlists from celebrated authors and recommended reading lists from accomplished musicians . (Largehearted Boy features both actually.) Pay special attention to Daniel Handler's playlist here , in which he facetiously suggests that if you want anything more than "drunken honkeytonk piano which acquires a gunshot wound, hobbles off into a manual typewriter fugue that winds up as Morrocan disco before ticking off into the sunset . . . you ought to be ashamed of yourself." And by the way, Daniel Handler (Lemony Snicket himself) will be appearing at the Central Library's Montgomery Auditorium on Tuesday, October 2, at 8:00 p.m. Click here for ticket info.