A little festive jeu d’esprit, written in a spirit of sincere homage to the late Master, P. G. Wodehouse. Enjoy.
Today’s interview is with minimalist author Rien de Blanque, writer of such acclaimed pieces as Five Hundred Completely Blank Pages and Make Up Your Own Story, I Can’t Be Bothered. Here’s what she had to say:
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Thought provoking stuff, there. An amazing writer, although Rien’s avant-garde work is better in the original French, obviously.
This is one prize giving ceremony that cannot be undertaken on orange juice alone. The Cheapest White on the List sat alone at a corner table, solemnly pawing an Anglers’ Rest bar menu. ‘What’s the matter with him? asked The Dubonnet Queen of Ealing Common. ‘The price of Pinot Grigio has gone up’ said a […]
This guide to the principality was first published in 1926, authored by the lately deposed regent, Arthur Fotheringay-Phipps (later Lord Snodsbury). No other guide to the country has since been published in English, which in view of what the former Regent has to say about it is perhaps not surprising.