Finally, the Labour ranks have acknowledged the existence of Mr Meros' treatise. Grant Robertson, Labour candidate for Wellington central, has blogged on the play with a short mention of his prior to knowledge of the book's existence. He liked the play, though doesn't design to rate it out of ten or out of thumbs up/down.
OTC&POHCTMAHYL, incidentally, now has 700 copies in print. The dizzying glue fumes! The dizzying smack of success! The slice of the guillotine!
I do believe that Victoria University's Salient has also mentioned the play in its latest, with oscillating claims on the existence of otherwise of Richard Meros. Such a shame that the kids don't spend 10 minutes on a google search before formulating windy hypothesisesises.