Tag Archives: satire

Coming soon!

I’m a bit chuffed to have just finished the penultimate draft of the current story. It’s been a long time coming (without good excuse in either my use of time or the quality of the story). Next tasks: another thorough … Continue reading

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Fool Britannia!

Graphic by Page with apologies to Willy Stöwer

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Exclusive: That Jeremy Corbyn-Xi Jinping meeting — what they really talked about

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The great literary sock puppet interview

Author of Weed, King of the Undies World, and The Undperpants Tree, Chris Page isn’t an award winning novelist. He hasn’t won the Booker or the Nobel prize for literature or anything else. The sock puppet interviewed him to find … Continue reading

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England: not a multi-party system, actually

A good friend from the US, talking of politics, commented to me on Facebook “Must be nice to have more than two political parties, eh?” “Eh?” Oh, yes, it’s that common misapprehension that England has a multi-party political system, that … Continue reading

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Hep hall of chuckles

Today I unglued myself from the tatami of summer self pity and went to the Gendaibijutsu Nitouhey: Dabijutsu Great Exhibition at Hep 5 in Umeda. And I am jolly glad I did because I haven’t had so much fun in a … Continue reading

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