‘Puddles like Pillows’ in Zouche Magazine

Another little dose of weird:

After a while, with the streets and parks getting less cluttered, it started to look as if some cosmic recycler had dropped by to tidy us up. So then people stopped using the bins and just hung about with their cameras waiting for their banana skin or whatever to take off.

Read More: http://zouchmagazine.com/puddles-like-pillows/#ixzz2dFpRSbtW

Zouche has been away for a while but now it’s back with its lovely graphics and varied content and I’m delighted to be back too [see A Tale of Two Sixties 2011].

Edinburgh book festival: the storify tweet challenge

This has been a hoot – a new prompt every day and a right old clamour to get something out. Getting on the selected list – and who knows how these were picked but if you’ve been to a festival you’ll be thinking drink must surely have been involved – was a bonus, especially for those of us stretching our necks to for a sniff at that rarefied air! Where mine made it to the list, I shamelessly took screen shots (well wouldn’t you, really?) so here they are:

EdBookFest superhero EdBookFest map

 

 

 

EdBookFest deckchairs edBookFest Homer EdBookFest laser edBookFest memory EdBookFest mirror EdBookFest myth edBookFest prediction EdBookFest romance edBookFest school EdBookFest alarm

 

‘Cat Nav’ Every Day Fiction podcast

That brave lady, Folly Blaine, is wrestling most expertly with a canny orange tabby and a maverick veterinary ‘researcher’ in ‘Cat Nav’. Up in podcast so you don’t have to try to pronounce ‘prestidigitator’ even in your head.