What happened next?

For a time, this was an allowable method of attempting to staunch the flow of disappearances. But it soon extended much further than one shelf of the ‘D’ sequence. In fact within a year everything was gone.

This is the story of that encroaching nothing.

Shelf of books from 'D' Sequence gone missing. Does any staff know where books have gone?

 

For a time, this was an allowable method of attempting to stanch the flow of disappearances. But it soon extended much further than one shelf of the ‘D’ sequence. In fact within a year everything was gone. This is the story of that encroaching nothing.

So what happened next? Add to the collaborative story with the next steps.

Answers on a postcard to:

Paradise Circus
C/O Jon Hickman, B322 Baker Building,
BCU City North Campus,
Perry Barr,
B42 2SU

Try Touchnote as a quick and cool way of sending them.

By Jon Bounds

Jon is a flâneur of words and the Internet who created, wrote and directed the first ever piece of drama to be performed on Twitter. He's organised psychogeographic trips around Birmingham’s Outer Circle bus route and founded the famous blog Birmingham: It's Not Shit. His next work, a book about visiting every seaside pier in England and Wales — Pier Review— has been described as “On the Road meets On the Buses”. 14th Most Influential Person in the West Midlands 2008, subsequently not placed.

Jon is a flâneur of words and the Internet who created, wrote and directed the first ever piece of drama to be performed on Twitter. He's organised psychogeographic trips around Birmingham’s Outer Circle bus route and founded the famous blog Birmingham: It's Not Shit. His next work, a book about visiting every seaside pier in England and Wales — Pier Review— has been described as “On the Road meets On the Buses”. 14th Most Influential Person in the West Midlands 2008, subsequently not placed.

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