To play our #VPFAReligion out, here's Kerry Featherstone's found poem, based on the closed caption script of his and Anne-Marie Beller's keynote, entitled:
'Heartfelt Thanks to the Victorian Pumpkin Fiction Association'
Harry Featherstone is a lecturer in creative writing at Laughter University: he’s generally believed to
be able to hearts father.
I’m a pump for life and learning: one musk is very much like another.
Well they want a million above, Lady so yeah that was….
Yeah, we don’t need that yet anyway.
Sale was an eyewitness and had diarrhoea
after she’d been rescued by her husband, General Robot,
(her concerns with the menu).
This is an image from Lady Sale’s original magic manuscript which is held in the British Library,
published directly in the French newspaper a cigarette.
The contrast is perpetuated down from the initial writers: monster, elephant, stone-mason.
They said they would allow that I’ve shot Souza as a legitimate demonic.
The Afghans never screwball to use their long knives for that purpose: one musk is very much like
another. We don’t need that yet anyway.
Barrel shark our car quotes, and it’s the mustard
if you’re free to compete for a wave, and then six islands in Victorian
and the movie of Mr Clown (a shout out to our best birth rates).
My horse is well above the string. We don’t need that yet anyway.
Our sales accounts ameliorate read words: “accepted as a prominent sorry”.
Heartfelt thanks to the Victorian Pumpkin Fiction Association,