The Jolly Pilgrim – media update (October 2011)

Hello All

Time for a media update:

East Anglian press feature

Following our extracts in the national and international press, the local papers, in my very own East Anglia, have got in on the act. The Gazette ran a full-page feature under the fat headline ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’ on 1 October. The Essex County Standard ran the same story the following week. Click here to see the feature. Huge thanks to Neil D’Arcy Jones for organising.

Further extract in The Ecologist

The Ecologist have run a further extract – it’s the bit in Part 7 where I compare twenty-first century humans to champagne bubbles with stubbornly limited horizons. Click here to see it.

Bermondsey Festival 

I opened the performance stage at the Bermondsey Festival in September by telling everyone to embrace living in an open-ended and infinitely fascinating civilisation. Thanks to Greg Battarbee for organising and Tom Mansfield for helping with the H G Wells. This is my page on the festival’s website.

The Jolly Pilgrim on Mars

Finally, I’m delighted to report that Dr Colin Wilson, a space scientist at Oxford University, has confirmed that something extremely intelligent is clearly scuttling around on the surface of Mars. See the photograph below.


Pete Baker




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