A major new volume from 'comedy's poet laureate'
New poems, prose and pictures, a mixture of moods, jolly, melancholy, reflective, detective, tales from home and abroad, an uttering of fluttering delight.
The title Uncut Confetti has suggested a few images. One is confetti which has not been bulked out with inferior, extraneous material such as railway ticket snippings or small bits of toilet tissue. Another is a pair of newly-weds, having whole sheets of confetti paper heaved over them on exit from the church or registry office. And a third is a series of newly printed pages ripe for shredding into the appropriate nuptial shapes - a loose collection of celebratory pieces.