Welcome to Plumtopia

What Ho!

Have you ever buzzed off in search of a Utopian existence? Well I have, and it’s dashed difficult to find. The closest I’ve managed is curling up with a book by P.G. Wodehouse and letting the world go by. Plumtopia aims to share this joy with others.

If you are new to Wodehouse, you’ll find plenty of reading lists and tips. Get started with the P.G. Wodehouse Reading Guide.

If you’re new to Plumtopia, here are few favourite pieces:

I hope Plumtopia may become a haven for you also. I love to share guest posts and Wodehouse posts by other bloggers, and your contributions are very welcome.

Please make yourself at home and don’t hesitate to ring the bell if there’s anything you need.


20 thoughts on “Welcome to Plumtopia

  1. Interesting site; I shall return often and anon. Suggest you add ‘Tales of Wrykyn’ to the School Stories.
    Can you clarify the difference between the ‘Mike’ and ‘Mike and Psmith’ books in the list?


    1. My dear old presbyteer, welcome to the fold. Mrs Plum is a most amiable person and just about the only thing better than settling down in her electronic armchair for a bit of comfort in these pestilential days is slumping in a real armchair with real Plum. I liked your Jeeves and Wooster parody. Toodle-pip for now.


  2. I say chaps, what are the definitions of egg, bean and crumpet? I’d like to know so that I can see where I slot in.


  3. I am in search of an EXACT QUOTE from Bertie. It goes something like this: “It was one of those grim chronicles of peasant life that you return to the shelf after a few pages.” I’d like to find the story, for the exact wording of the quote.


      1. What ho, Honoria! Long time no see. I’d love to have a conversation with you — please get in touch. Fellow Wodehouseans in the US and UK were asking after you last week. Pip, pip — Noel

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      2. What Ho Noel.
        Will do. It’s nice to be remembered, despite being regrettably absent from the airwaves (or whatever kind of waves we’re on here).


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