BY JON PILL
TRUE FACTS OF VICTORIAN SCIENCE CONCERNING THE BLETTER.
Fact, The First: You can read an example by clicking here.
Fact, The Second: It is a good bletter.
Fact, The Third: It is a bletter from J S Loveard.
Fact, The Fourth: It is a bletter for myself.
Fact, The Fifth: Bletters do not fare well in the wild.
Fact, The Sixth: This is a wild bletter in the wild, being wild, and faring extremely well.
Fact, The Seventh: There is no seventh fact about bletters.
Fact, The Eighth: Seven is an unholy number, tainted by the dark bletters of the Necroblettercon.
Fact, The Tenth: Wine is fine, but bletters are better.
Fact, The Ninth: Aldous Huxley Died in 1963.
Fact, The Eleventh: The bletter begins, ‘To address the question of your last missive, the how of my research is, I guess, like everyone else. I google. I input search terms into library catalogues. I scribble a lot of library classmarks on notecards and shlep through libraries. I get out books from libraries, and I frown over the books, and maybe even read them. I go to a place, mosey about, take notes, photographs. I ask someone about their experience of x or y or even z…‘
Fact, The First (Redux): H You E can R read E a H bletter E by R clicking E .