A ramble through February without a compass

Well folks, a little Happy February. It’s possible nobody else has wished you that today. I feel they should have done.

Another big thank you to all our new readers and all our new writers, and to the talented individuals who have sent in wonderful new pieces in their droves.

You really should drop by here as often as you can in February. If you do, you will get to read some brand new short fiction ranging from the true-to-life to the surreal; the observational to the fantastical, from authors Sam Oborne, Emma J. Lannie, and Ruth Jones amongst others. You will also be able to enjoy some more of Sammy Jay’s absorbing poetry, alongside new stuff from poet Adham Smart.

Apart from that, you will have to wait and see; we like to be able to publish something new every other day, which makes TPG a little like my bank account. What comes in just about manages to cover what goes out, usually. Actually, it’s doing quite a bit better than my bank account on that front. But if your fabulous work thus far is anything to go by, the end of February here at our little home should be every bit as enjoyable as January has been.

Taking off my tiny but respect-filled hat to you,

Mel

P.S. Ah yes, look up “The Pygmy Giant” on Facebook. I’m sure it’ll come in handy one of these days.
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  1. #1 by Bob Jacobs on February 6, 2008 - 8:27 pm

    Keep up the good work, Mel.

    Cheers,
    Rob

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