Tuesday, 26 April 2011

The Author meets the poet Archie Kensington posing with the dog
 that ate Kensington's half-completed manuscript of his epic poem 
on the Romance & Laughter of the Royal Wedding.
The dog was sick.

Friday, 15 April 2011

Piers Pomphrey and Tamsin Hunter Wedgie-Macdonald
decline an invitation to publish the Author's new novel 
but extend an invitation to visit them at their luxury converted
Victorian slaughter house and printing press in the picturesque 
Essex countryside to share a special weekend 
of "Tantric Tarot Readings" and "Communal Oiled Massage" 

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

The Author mistakes a complete stranger
for the lady-boy poet Gary Chutney
and narrowly escapes arrest after trying
to knock off their wig

Friday, 8 April 2011

The Author waits impatiently for influential editor
Mavis Galore to finish reading his new work -
only to have the manuscript returned covered in drool

Sunday, 3 April 2011

The Author is introduced to Martin Adenoid
the new twelve-year-old enfant terrible of English fiction
and author of the best-selling autobiography
"It's All About Me" 
soon to be made into an award-winning BBC mini-series