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Come on in - this light and bijou shop is brand new,
and smells lovely and fresh like a new webpage
should. Have a sniff!
Squeak - even the floor is polished!
circumstances, this summer's shows of Who Here's
Lost? have been postponed, but as with Each of Us,
I was always going to make a book of it for folk
who didn't catch all the jokes (I go fast) and so
that's what I've done anyway.
The book is 80 pages long, and has the full text of
the show I read at Port Eliot Festival in 2019 and
would have performed at The Pleasance during the
2020 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
But there's also things from each of the previous
four decades. There's the text of The Predicates
from 2014; Glove Story from 2001; a short fable
called The Flower Whose Petals Were Mirrors, written
in 1991; and finally a comic monologue called
Shipwreck, which I wrote as a student in 1988. And
there's a Bit at the Back of the Book too. Plus
there are single page trailers for Pronoun Trouble
It was once again excellently printed by Printbar,
and apologies again for any typos or flubs - they're
all on me!
The cover is the terrific illustration by Jules
Scheele which would have been the poster in
Edinburgh (based on a photograph by Andy
Each book is individually signed and numbered; the
first edition is limited to only 400 copies, and if
it sells out there will be another pressing.
I'll gladly write a dedication to you or someone
else - there's a box there under the Paypal checkout
which asks "Would you like a dedication?" and that's
where you should tell me exactly what to write...
Oh, and even better, you get a free badge with the
book! It asks clearly "who here's lost?" in the font
they call Gotham - in either yellow on black or
black on yellow (it will be the luck of the draw
which one you get - exciting!).
Who Here's Lost? (and other things) costs just £7.00
(a 12.5% discount off the RRP of £8.00) plus Postage
and Packaging of £1.50 for UK customers (First
Class mail) and £5.00 for International
customers (International Standard Airmail). So
a total of £8.50 to buyers in the United Kingdom
and £12.00 to everyone else on this good Earth.
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