Anthony E Miller is a comedian and novelist. He was Managing Director of Pear Shaped in Fitzrovia for many years and has gigged all over the UK even though nobody wanted him to. He has written one other novella Seaweed (published by Whimsical Publications).
Steven Ambrose has risen from a humble background to sitting all day in his flat in Crouch End trying to think up horrible ways for characters to die on BBC TV hospital drama “Misadventure”. He is continually disturbed by the owners of the house next door to his block of flats who seem to have decided to build a nuclear shelter without proper planning permission... but why?
Poems and nonsense orginally published in previously published in ENVOI, IOTA, THE JOURNAL, KRAX, ORBIS and VIZ and ranted about the lower echelons of the London comedy circuit 1992-2005 by Anthony Edmund Miller
Published: April 27, 2018.
Nonfiction » Law » Civil Law
I am not a lawyer so cannot dispense legal advice but I can provide you with a metaphorical box of matches with which to burn off some of the leeches to be found in the Ulangan river of unhelpfulness that is England’s County Court System by becoming a Litigant in Person. This is how I sued someone for Trespass to Land & Won.
Popular 1980s comedian Terry Scott comes by a series of accidents into the possession of a precious piece of Ming dynasty porcelain. This leads him to become involved in a web of intrigue involving Triads, Moonflasks, Manufacturing, Geology and Religion. In order to escape this he persuades a friend to infiltrate a private girl’s school in Purley, undertakes a porcelain heist and finally...