The Canberry Tales

Rowan Dean

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ISBN: 9781925927818
Publish Date: 1/12/21
Page Count: 288

Salacious Satire from the Culture Wars

The latest hilarious collection of Rowan Dean’s weekly satirical columns in the AFR Weekend poking fun at the craziness of political correctness gone mad, cancel culture and woke identity politics in Australia’s modern political world from 2017 to the present, including the demise of Malcolm Turnbull, the rise of ScoMo, Biden, Covid, China, climate change, the MeToo movement, transgenderism and so much more.

The latest hilarious collection of Rowan Dean’s weekly satirical columns in the AFR Weekend poking fun at the craziness of political correctness gone mad, cancel culture and woke identity politics in Australia’s modern political world from 2017 to the present, including the demise of Malcolm Turnbull, the rise of ScoMo, Biden, Covid, China, climate change, the MeToo movement, transgenderism and so much more.
Aided by his trusted assistant Rowena, Rowan Dean exposes in all its comical cultural chaos the hypocrisy and foibles of our ruling classes, the peccadilloes of our pusillanimous politicians and the absurdity of today’s leftist woke dogma. From re-imagining Dr Seuss, re-writing ‘Gone with the Woke’, uncovering the racists in the Palace, to exposing the lunacy of lockdowns and the lewd tales of Canberra, not since Chaucer has an author had such rich pickings with which to entertain us.



About the author:

Rowan Dean is a writer, TV host and author best known for his weekly satirical column in the AFR Weekend and as host of the top-rating weekly show Outsiders on Sky News Australia. He is the author of Beyond Satire, Way Beyond Satire, Corkscrewed and The Best of The Spectator. After a career as an advertising industry copywriter, Dean was a panellist on early seasons of Gruen, and became a commentator with multiple newspapers and a co-host of conservative Sky News Australia program Outsiders. He is currently the editor of Spectator Australia in addition to being a frequent contributor. He is a columnist at the Australian Financial Review, has written for The Age, and has appeared on the ABC's panel talk show Q&A.