I do love real bookmarks. And this one, with the Pulver himself, is going to be a collector's item, as will this most unusual anthology.
Other bookmarks in my treasure collection:
A sewn artpiece by Tansy Rayner Roberts, disgustingly overendowed with talent. She has perfect pitch as an often very funny storyteller. And she also wields a needle with a tail of thread.
(the memory of) Many Persephone Books' bookmarks, all of which I've given, nestled between leaves, to special friends. My favourite book from PB is still Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, a delicious satire that PB has turned into a classic and that Hollywood turned into a simplistic simper.
Kaaron Warren's bookmarks. Each one is a small collection of disparates, and each one is as unique as the fiction that's come forth from Warren's very strange mind. You would never think to look at her, what lurks in that
But for originality of thought, I'm afraid that no one in the field of fiction can beat the imagination of some bureaucrat, someone unnamed as a cathedral gargoyle. The bookmark: An Australian Initiative: The National Public Toilet Map, a Project of the National Continence Management Strategy. Now, that is something worth carrying into the writing field. Ten thousand words muddling what ten would say quite clearly? Call in the CMs!