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Writers' Club??? by Chris14 on 20 December 2008 3:10am
 
Hi, Everybody. I don't know if MrsThing's already talked about this idea which had been born on John Cleese's forum. But I'm talking about it now.

So, there's an idea to create a readers'/writers' club. We have no further idea what it means properly, but 1 thing is for sure: it's very likely that I could help in printing/publishing your written masterpieces. If any of you're interested, please, drop me a line... you can find my email-add on John's forum (the thread is entitled as: How To Irritate John: Montysorry Graduates: The Python Legacy)! ;-)

Cheers!
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by tucsonmike on 20 December 2008 3:20am
 
Hey Chris,
You know I am interested and can help.
I can expand, How Python Has Ruined My Life.

The Citizens Police Academy, Lost Boys and all sorts of other things have fallen into it.
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by Chris14 on 20 December 2008 3:38am
 
Hi Mike, yeah, sure I know that! :-) Btw, the delivery can be easily solved, my friend told me so! More in email! :-)
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by Chris14 on 20 December 2008 3:41am
 
Mike, do you think, the Palinite-people are interested in publishing their materials, 'published' on this forum? I've collected out the old ones and they are very good to leave them to be forgotten and lost. It would be a good prezzie for the 40th anniversary of the Pythons, perhaps.
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by johnnythemonkey on 20 December 2008 4:09am
 
Chris, good luck with your project but as for plagiarising Palinite material....stick to your own bloody site ! :) John has his fans...Michael's fans are a much more refined and intelligent bunch.
Oh, steal anything that I've posted and I'll sue your arse off. :)
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by Chris14 on 20 December 2008 5:20am
 
Johnny, I didn't mean to steal them, of course. I'd had this idea long time ago and many members from this forum had liked the idea, just nobody'd believed in this. I thought I'd try it once again. Everybody's name would be appeared in the book, of course! :-) And everybody would share on the royalties.
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by kazzzz on 20 December 2008 5:28am
 
If anyone wanted to steal MY ramblings they should be committed!
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by johnnythemonkey on 20 December 2008 10:44am
 
Deja vu all over again. D'ya think we'll get royalties kazzz ? Not for the pish that you post surely ? What about our double act ? There must be a few pennies in that. :)
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by Spursfan on 20 December 2008 11:02am
 
Are you talking just about writings to do with Palinites/Monty Python? Or any writings?

Because I could do with a publisher....

Anne
 
Re: Writers' Club??? by johnnythemonkey on 20 December 2008 11:53pm
 
Maybe all of us regulars could write a few pages each and make a book. The diversity of our lives might make for a good read.
If Jeremy bloody Clarkson can sell a few million books with his observations on life, I'm sure we could sell.....maybe a dozen. :)
 
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