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Issue 36

Alphabet Puzzle, Lord Berners, Charles Darwin, the dubbinternet, Messel Fossil Pit, One Thing Certain, Poem for My Father all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Alphabet Puzzle, Lord Berners, Charles Darwin, the dubbinternet, Messel Fossil Pit, One Thing Certain, Poem for My Father

 

 

Contents of Issue 36 (March 2003)
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Admirably Deduced! — Tony Rogers
The results of our guessing competition.
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Don’t miss ‘em. Three more weird and wacky Web sites
Poem for My Father — Doug Tanoury
Tongue-in-cheek, but a tribute nonetheless.
Is Bikwil Banned in China? — Michael LaRocca
"Not only is Bikwil banned in China, but I am punished every time I try to access it."
The view from the inside.
One Thing Certain — Bet Briggs
A special kind of promise.
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Part 8 of our serialised novella.
The Man Behind the Theory: the Evolution of Charles Darwin — Tony Rogers
Beetles, fossils, rocks and barnacles — and that’s just for starters.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Solution to the Alphabet Puzzle.
A Bikwil Epitaph for an Extraordinary Musical Aristocrat, Part 4 — Tony Rogers
"As you will have gathered, I never did intend including in this essay a great deal about Lord Berners’ music, painting or novels, having been satisfyingly distracted by his personal eccentricities."
We come at last to the final instalment in our chronicle of the life and work of the extraordinary Lord Berners.
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
Taking advantage of bureaucratic forgetfulness.

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