The Letters When Jack and I first started corresponding it was using old-fashioned means including paper and pen. I used to send Jack books of stamps - he always liked stamps. Then we moved to e-mail, considerably cheaper. The topics were many and varied:     the use of the English language, and especially the word 'Hullo'     3D pictures and films and all the associated paraphernalia     his work down the years, including that dinosaur     computers and why they didn't work properly     urban myths and especially lemmings and their general behaviour     The Prisoner     being ill and this only scratches the surface. Being the hoarder that I am, all this correspondence still exists, including all the instant packs he sent. Much of the correspondence is not funny, but it is amusing and it's certainly in Jack's style. It is, I believe, pretty interesting too. There are some sketches, unpublished items, 3D stuff, greetings cards, bits and pieces that can see the light of day. Some have already appeared, as comments on pages or in Jack's blogs (now gone) occasionally slightly edited or adapted. Regular contributor Robin Edmonds has also sent some scans of letters he received from Jack.