Thursday, August 13, 2009

Mary Anne's Home on Mars

Cue Julie Andrews:
Brown paper packages tied up with strings. These are a few of my favorite things...

There really is life on Mars. Or in Mars, rather. That's right, space cadets. Fuselit's Mars issue is finally for sale. And tucked within its pages? My very own Mary Anne Randall-Smith in "That's Why She Bought a New TV Today."

There is no online version. So to read my poem (on page 28-29 as J Sudborough) along with the brilliant works of Philip Burton, Ben Fergusson, Chrissy Williams, and many more, you'll have to pop over to Fuselit and purchase a copy for the bargain price of £4. And yes, that's a bargain. Because this isn't just a print issue. It has a mini-cd with audio works. And a clever activity book as well. Oh, and did I mention that they don't charge extra for overseas postage?

Thanks so much to Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone for giving this silly Yank a voyage she'll never forget!


Safety Goggle: Fuselit: Mars

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my content *page 28-29 = TV-PG
other content = TV-PG & TV-14


Mel Bosworth said...

Excellent excellent, J!

Congrats on the ink. Ink is awesome.

j said...

It even smells good--like too much oxygen in space suits.

Jessie Carty said...

and your comment j is like a poem! congrats :)

j said...

Maybe we should start a pass-along here in the comment section...