It won’t come out until there are only five days left to run of the heroic Dragon In The Post campaign, but you never know, so we’ve now turned to the funniest newspaper in the land, Private Eye, and placed an add in the back which reads as follows:
“We’re nearly there, with a week to go! Help annoy nasty mainstream publishers
by crowd funding a once best selling author’s kid’s novel at
Well, after being ticked off for words about ‘humdrum’ by The Hampshire Chronicle (shurely shome mistake – Ed), what can you do but chuckle and be creative? By the way, did I tell you about the school magazine I helped do in the age of the dinosaurs called ‘Private Parts’, that one of those donnish fellows at Westminster School called the best he’d ever seen? No? Thank God for that.
The image and the cover of Private Eye is from the Wikepedia entry on the paper