I’m going to Hay on Wye in half an hour.  I’m not dressed and I haven’t decided what I’m going to talk about when I get there.  There’s something about the Hay literary festival that makes you want to up your game, say something new and exciting, roll out a new theory.  Maybe I’ll announce that in order to get more women and minorities (Americans) involved in British politics, I’m running for the leadership of the labour party.

Last time I was at Hay, I talked about the importance of the potato, in a philosophical, literary sense. If I don’t get moving, they’ll have to get that potato back in to speak in my stead.

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4 thoughts on “Hay, Here I Come

  1. cathy cassidy 7 years ago

    you’d get my vote Meg… thanks for the spud idea, that can be the theme for my event next week. Mashed.
    xxx

  2. Francesca Simon 7 years ago

    Not so fast Cathy! I’m thinking I want that spud idea, and I believe my talk is before yours. However, you can have mashed, and I will stick to baked.

    1. Meg 7 years ago

      Oh guys, don’t fight over my spud. Get your own vegetable! I hear aubergines are a bit neglected these days.

  3. bookwitch 7 years ago

    Get dressed, woman! The talking will look after itself. It always does. But naked I’m not sure about.

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