Yesterday, WBUR's, <a href="http://www.onpointradio.org/2010/10/literary-tattoos">On Point program</a> had an hour on Literary Tattoos.
"Tattoos were once for sailors and wayfarers — exotic souvenirs of adventure and romance. Now, they’re mainstream. Walk into any college gym – any gym, anywhere – and you know.
But literary tattoos – now there’s the high frontier. And even it is becoming wildly populated. Rimbaud on the forearm. Kafka on the whole arm. Sylvia Plath across the chest. Kundera on the abdomen. A big back covered in Proust. Oh my."
Do any LISNews folks sport literary tattoos?