FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TOP SELLING WAY BEYOND SATIRE AND EDITOR OF THE SPECTATOR AUSTRALIA
Those ‘Mad Men’ of the ‘60s were absolute amateurs compared to their successors in London’s glam and decadent 1980s advertising scene, where young creatives competed fiercely with each other to satisfy their insatiable appetite for money, fame and self-gratification.
Narcissistic, paranoid and ferociously convinced of his own talent, a young ad man must battle the creative forces that swirl around him trying to steal his greatest ideas.
A must read novel about the only decade that ever really mattered in advertising.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rowan Dean is a regular political satirist with the Australian Financial Review, as well as a political columnist with other mainstream Australian newspapers. He is also the Editor of The Spectator Australia, the Australian arm of the English language’s oldest continually published political and cultural magazine. As well as writing, Rowan is a popular TV guest on Sky News and the ABC where his unfl inching mixture of humour and hard-core political insights is valued on programs as diverse as The Bolt Report, Paul Murray Live, Viewpoint, Jones & Co., The Drum, and of course the ABC’s Q&A. He is the author of Way Beyond Satire (Wilkinson Publishing).
- Product Code: 978-1-925642-12-4
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