Re: Fwd: Bike book
Chris Mearns <chris.mearns <at> blueyonder.co.uk>
2006-03-02 17:34:55 GMT
I vote Ian Jones.
On 1 Mar 2006, at 17:05, Andy Armstrong wrote:
> I've told Ziggy I don't ride enough to be eligible :)
> Done anyone else want to do it? Or want to suggest someone?
> Mail me off list if you like. Or not. Whatever.
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: Ziggy Hanaor <ziggy <at> bdp.demon.co.uk>
>> Date: 1 March 2006 16:17:45 GMT
>> To: <andy <at> shitshifter.com>
>> Subject: Bike book
>> Dear Andy,
>> I'm writing from a small publishing company called Black Dog. We
>> in high end illustrated books and we're currently working on a
>> title called
>> 'On Your Bike'. It's being written by Matt Seaton of the Guardian
>> and will
>> provide a highly visual, accessible guide to the world of cycling.
>> I'm getting in touch, because as part of the book, we're trying to
>> personal accounts of cycling enthusiasts and professionals, that
>> will lend
>> some of the subjects a more intimate aspect. Some of the people
>> we've got on
>> board are a rickshaw rider, an ex-BMX champion, a cycle ambulance
>> rider and
>> someone who cycled around the world. I found your details on
>> and I was wondering whether you would mind sparing half an hour of
>> your time
>> for an interview (either in person, by phone or by e-mail). For
>> our section
>> on cycle sport. It would be really good to get the insight of a
>> bike rider.
>> I was also wondering whether we could use some of your images from
>> photo galleries to illustrate our section on mountain bikes.
>> My contact details are below along with our web address. If you
>> need any
>> more info please don't hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to
>> from you.
>> Yours sincerely,
>> Ziggy Hanaor
>> Ziggy Hanaor
>> Black Dog Publishing Ltd.
>> Unit 4.04 Tea Building
>> 56 Shoreditch High Street
>> London E1 6JJ
>> T 0207 613 1922
>> F 0207 613 1944
>> W www.bdpworld.com
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