But it does put smiles on faces!Maybe next time? :¬)
You're always the funniest.x
Hugh,It was really nice to meet you - and hear you read, brilliantly - last night. I'm sorry not to have had the chance to talk more. I was quite uncommunicative, due to the stress of the occasion!All the best,Tom
You certainly were the funniest and would have completed my night if you sat down and said, Follow that! And even a strong food theme, I was sitting there thinking holy shit! Can you tell us where to get the carbridge/cambridge book of poems? Loved them
I empathise with those unbuttered parsnips. And still proud to have Devorgilla enhancing our bookshelves. Also I agree with Rachel, so you are. All best x
O woe. The parsnips do look nice though. Can we have an argument on the etymology of "neeps" now? Mind, you did get a trip to the Golden City out of it.
I'll just sit here and bask in the glow of your glory. :)
Tom thanks so much. It was a bit fraught though I did sense the winner knew/suspected she'd won. Really enjoyed your reading.Richard- thanks. Am enjoying your booklet. I bought it earlier in the day and should have got you to sign it. The Carrbridge/Cambridge Poem is only available in 'The Lost Garden'. It appeared in the pamphlet 'postcards from the hedge' which is sold out, but lives on on the NLS Website here:3 LETTERSJean- thanks very much. may your bridge never sink.
Rachel, you should be my agent. I've said this many times.Titus, really enjoyed London in the afternoon. Didn't enjoy the courgette home, though.
Richard- what am I thinking of? I can send you a tube which has got the poem in it.If you wish to take advantage of this unique offer e-mail me email@example.com
No, but I mind and you were so close and I'm truly sad the Hugh's didn't win this one. I love the piece and all that careful and painstaking engraving. Quite something by Hugh B to further enhance the Hugh M poem. Well done - only way to think is at least it's a way of getting a day out in that alien world!
I'd be a crap agent - I'm kind of scared of money. But then I am, it appears, scared of most things.x
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