Friday, 27 January 2012

A rare photograph of the Author being educated at home by his parents

Sunday, 22 January 2012

After handsome hirsute scribbler Salman Rushdie starts complaining
 that people are trying to kill him (again) the Colwyn Bay Readers
 Group  attempts to reassure him that they really mean him no harm.  
They just want their money back.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Meet Nancy Fields from Newcastle, the proud winner of the BBC 
'Writing Stuff for the Telly' Competition.  Although her work will not
be broadcast by the BBC - who will only commission celebrity-driven
reality shows in the future - Nancy will be celebrating the New Year
with an all-expenses-paid trip to London for an escorted tour of BBC
Television Centre where she hopes to get the autographs of her favourite
newscasters.  "I'm so excited!" she told the Author.  "I really admire
people who read aloud for a living!

Saturday, 14 January 2012

Lady-Boy Poet Gary Chutney (seen here with constant
companion, the Marxist mime artist Joe Tungsten) announces
his intention to write an epic protest poem about the absence
of cross-dressing events at this year's London Olympics.

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Chuck Bradley the author of the best-selling book 'What Went Wrong
With America: Blame All the Foreigners' prepares his family to defend
hearth and home in the likely event of invasion. "We ain't worried.
 We already secured the perimeter and we know how to make 
our own ammo" his wife warned neighbours.

Saturday, 7 January 2012

The moustachioed novelist Muriel Gaylord (pictured right)
is now playing the role of Wicked Sheriff of Nottingham in the
Christmas Panto 'Babes in the Wood' at the Bertolt Brecht Variety 
Theatre, Kilburn, North London.  "I chose to play the part in full 
costume as a protest against the presentation of female stereotypes
 on the stage, such as talented young actors being forced to flaunt their
 limbs when cast as principal boys," she said, posing for pictures with 
this year's lovely, long-legged principal boy, Alyssa, (left)
who we think is someone off the telly. Probably.

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

After their success with the popular TV show 'Greased Lightning'
on the Afternoon Cookery Channel, the husband and wife team
Bert and Rachel 'Do you want Fries with that' Stokes have recently
published their first finger-licken' recipe book "Cooking with Lard'