HOUSESPOUSE CORNER: MESSING UP A WEDDING

Written by Redfern on 29/07/2013

Hello fellow housespouses, and welcome back to Housespouse Corner! So far we’ve been making marmalade,  despair baking, gardening, hosting fabulous cocktail parties,  and trying not to think about the coming year. And with only a few arrests, media attacks, and retraining orders filed against us, we’d say we’re doing great!

Now, we’ve been imagining many letters from you about weddings – and with the gays rushing to the altar like sinners at a Hell buffet, everyone has been following suit. But the last wedding we attended was …

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NEWS – BIG NEWS!

Written by Redfern on 15/07/2013

The sun is shining, people are drinking beer in the parks, and I have locked myself indoors to write, simply because I love you. But it’s been a pretty eventful time!

The print version of Forget Yourself is now available to buy on Amazon! Buy it, it smells like paper and possibly even ink!

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Next up, my short story ‘Grey Grass’ – about a three-way love affair at the end …

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE: RAISING A CHILD

Written by Redfern on 12/07/2013

Congratulations! You’re having a child! If you’re a woman, you’ve become pregnant! If you’re a man, you’ve become pregnant! (This is what comes of living beneath an electricity pylon). But parenting is fraught with dangers – how do you make sure your child grows up right? How does one instil the correct values? How to raise a  dazzling, talented lawyer, and not someone selling pirated VHS tapes in the alley behind a sex supermarket?

Well never fear, for now you can …

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LIST OF THINGS WRONG WITH THE EGYPTIAN CONSTITUTION.

Written by Redfern on 04/07/2013
Egypt

In an exciting provocation of the Muslim Brotherhood on Twitter, one of them asked me if I have actually read the Egyptian constitution, as created by the political wing of the Brotherhood. Though I’d read a great deal about it, I have to confess that I indeed had not sat down and read the actual thing.

But today I am procrastinating. So I did. I read the entire constitution of Egypt, simply to avoid writing a professional summary for my upcoming …

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