From Nicolas Klee’s weekly round-up:
A centre dedicated to the life and work of Roald Dahl is to open in November 2004 in the late author’s home town, Great Missenden, in Buckinghamshire. Costing nearly Â£4m, the centre will house Dahl’s archive, including original drafts of his books, and will employ writers and illustrators in residence. One attraction will be a replica of the hut – or possibly the original construction – in which Dahl wrote.
Also, here is a Roald Dahl trivia contest I missed.