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A fully illustrated 64-page book about Dungeness, white egrets, climate change, Europe and apocalypse.
127 backers pledged £2,509 to help bring this project to life.


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      ANDREW on

      Yes, you should. Best of luck.

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      James Everington on

      Go for it. More the merrier.

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      Ruby Cowling on

      Another one in favour of a paperback edition. Do it!

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      Jack Bates on

      Do it! Why not, eh? I didn't back this to feel special, so the more the merrier. :)

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      Mike Calder on

      Artists and writers have to make money and if you can turn this project into an ongoing income stream, so much the better.

    6. Mark John Williamson on

      Yes please. Agree with the comments below. Love both your work a great deal. The hardback meets the collectors needs and paperback gets your work our into the world

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      Cat Vincent on

      Another YES for a paperback edition. Share the love!

    8. Claire Maw on

      Go for it! Also - please make a large print of the heron 🙏

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      Simon Dornan on

      Do it!
      Good luck.

    10. Dee Dee Chainey on

      Go for it! The more people the book can reach the better. And you deserve the max reach and reward you can get for investing time and energy in a brilliant piece of work that actually gives some value to society, rather than being just another regurgitation of the same old stuff pandering to the mass market.

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      James Proctor on

      Dear Garry Hidden & Maximum Recreation and Relaxation.

      Your work should not be restricted to the hoarders, the collectors, the assessors of value... let your words and images take flight in a lighter form, and, like the heron, defecate nourishment liberally across the world.

      +1 for the paperback option

      *(not sure if these particular herons that hang out beside nuclear plants need to migrate...?)