My esteemed colleagues on this august publication are Isobel G. Sissinghurst, otherwise known in her set as "Blossom", and Chalmers Z. Vanderbilt, my delightful American cousin.
Isobel acquired the moniker of "Blossom" from her interest in garden design. She can often be seen pottering about with her chum Gertrude J., discussing the finer points of lavender, lovage and whatnot. She rides a large penny-farthing to suffragist meetings, and lives in an artists' colony in rural Gloucestershire with her collection of Houdan hens. Her other interests include amateur operatics and dismantling clocks.
Chalmers is a gossip columnist of some distinction, but he has a shocking propensity for wearing quite dazzling tartan creations at odd hours of the day (hence his nickname, "Dauntless") - and with a green carnation; would you credit it? His collection of monocles is unrivalled, and he also plays a mean hand at euchre. He will recite Betjeman poems at house parties, especially if the hostess summons her guests to the piano. He is accompanied everywhere by Cuchulain, a large Irish wolfhound, and a young gentleman who rejoices in the name of Temerare K. Marchpane; both are devoted to him - the dears.