Here's your chance!  Become a subscriber now!

Issue 33

Alphabet Puzzle, KacMac Bile Bach, Lord Berners, No Parking, To a Quince, To Belong, Words, Writing all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Alphabet Puzzle, KacMac Bile Bach, Lord Berners, No Parking, To a Quince, To Belong, Words, Writing

 

 

Contents of Issue 33 (September 2002)
[ Print This Issue ]  [ Help with Printing ]

How about . . . ? — Tony Rogers
There’s still a place in Bikwil for short contributions
A Bikwil Epitaph for an Extraordinary Musical Aristocrat, Part 1 — Tony Rogers
"While he loved his mother dearly and provided well for her in her later years, Gerald viewed her as conventional and lacking imagination. The idea that he should become an artist or writer, or even worse, a musician, filled her with revulsion. At the age of 17 he wrote a play under the influence of Ibsen. His mother condemned it as morbid, asking why he couldn’t write a play like Charley’s Aunt."
Gerald Tyrwhitt was one of his names, and if that intrigues you, wait till you read about his even odder life 
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Some sites on writing
No Parking — Lars Porsenna
The first in our occasional series we call Spellbound
To Belong — Nicki Hoffman
Simply open your ears
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Language lovers should enjoy this brainteaser
To a Quince — Jason Clapham
An ode to a "secret cousin of the rose"
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Parts 3 and 4 of our serialised novella
Words — Bet Briggs
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
"KacMac did manage, however, to dream up several small culinary works plus three or four equally slight musical ones."
Come to Scotland and meet a hitherto overlooked Bach family member

Home | Visitors' Guide | Random Read | Current Issue | Essays & Poems | Catalogues
Site Search
| Likeable Links | Subscriptions | About Us | FAQ | Testimonials | Site Map

Top of Page