First of all, happy 2010 to all brethren and sistren of our Church!
It was in the Seventies that Bernard White’s Syd Barrett Appreciation Society and its fanzine Terrapin died a silent dead because of what was later described as ‘lack of Syd’.
There has been fear that The Holy Church of Iggy the Inuit would also vaporize into a state of oblivion for ‘lack of Iggy’. The Reverend however assures this will not be the case. Although about all there is to find about Iggy has been published on this holy place there are still enough spin-off scenarios to make a Star Trek producer grow pointed ears. Of course the Church will still be looking for her but, and that is primordial, it may never slide down into a witch-hunt. Confucius once said that the quest for a goal is more important than to reach it. On second thought that could have been Obi-Wan Kenobi as well.
In 2010 the Church will further publish articles about The Cromwellian (the bar where Iggy was first spotted) and has (some very premature) plans to dedicate some of its space to the Ready Steady Go!-phenomenon.
And of course the Reverend will go on lobbying at Chimera Arts to finally release the Iggy, Eskimo Girl movie if the judges will be willing to ease his restraining order a bit.
So far for the New Year’s resolution list of the Holy Church of Iggy the Inuit. Watch this space, my sistren and brethren, and don’t you do anything that Iggy wouldn’t have done.