Afterwards we stacked, sorted and repacked the fuckers, and now have a living room full of reading material ranging in quality from excellent to execrable. It has been suggested that we should have a cull, of sorts, and relegate about half the library (the half that has never been read by anyone, nor should be) to a semi-permanent, at least semi-accessible location, thus making the good half easier to browse, transport and store. This raised the tantalising possibility of holding an OUSFG book-burning, perhaps during the autumn term for bonfire night, to rid ourselves of the disintegrating copies of pulp SF that the library slowly accretes as members charitably donate their unwanted books to it. It was generally agreed that, if such an event should take place, we should include at least one copy of 'Fahrenheit 451', for irony.
So, OUSFG library meetings every Sunday evening during term-time at our house then. I'd better buy some more tea, I suppose.
Current site: Cap'n Wacky's Boatload Of Fun. Fun. Check out If I were Morrissey for a day and The Deadly Follies of Stick Figure Warning Man. The guys who do it have live journals, too! Where do they find the time?