The author has written Sheavesvilleand some chapters are posted
quite obviously the same style that Margot Motherchurch wrote her great
galactic novel, Vril, which, unfortunately
has not been published on Planet Earth.
Vril, however, may be found in numerous galactic libraries, provided
one has access to ZPF-warp drive and an inter-galactic library card.
Basil Tuxaxle explained once at a writers' conference, held at an undisclosed
location in Cassiopeia,
that Vril evolved over a period of 25,000 years. Sheavesville,
hopefully, will not take that long. We doubt the author could manage.
Nevertheless, With Every Secret Thing,
was written on the other side of a particular tesseract, and Part 2 has not yet
bridged into a three-dimensional world as a result of the instability of this
tesseract's time-space continuum.
Comments may be addressed to Basil Tuxaxle*, who has taken upon
himself the organization and publication of the
Variorum Sheavesville over the next two centuries, avoiding certain
tesseracts. In accordance with the Style Manual [1492, 1776, 2003] of
the International Society of Rabbits (SMISR)**,
literati should hope contributors would make their comments pithy.
Thank you, and best regards to those who know who Aslan is.
*See GATE page.
**Copies of the SMISR are no longer available to humans,
as translation has become a serious problem in the 21st Century,
what with rap, hip-hop, and super-size-me flatulence in research facilities where
everyone gossips about cows and methane [CR].