Reggie’s smelly drawers

One of our lovely contributing editors, Mr. Reggie Chamblerlain-King, is releasing some additional Bohemian content onto his blog.

We were originally going to publish these pieces in Issue 5 of the magazine but – in our longest issue to date – something had to give.

These bonus pieces concern Bohemian-themed musical numbers. If this floats your boat, keep an eye on Reggie’s site for updates.

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Robert Wringham is a humorist and the editor-in-chief of New Escapologist.

One Response to “Reggie’s smelly drawers”

  1. Here is the first of those. It’s covered in red mushrooms, like a forgotten sandwich in one of the Bash Street Kids’ desks.

    http://thestuffedowl.co.uk/bohemian-footnotes-1-bohemia-after-dark/

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