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Andrew Masterson
Andrew’s books include BOSSTROLOGY: A Guide to the Twelve Bastard Bosses of the Zodiac, and the textbooks PRINT POP AND PUBLICITY and ROCKING IN THE REAL WORLD. He was commissioned to write or edit four books by three publishing imprints, all to be completed in a nine-month period. He delivered all three on time, and one a month early. THE LAST DAYS, his most recent book (released in April, 1998), sees Masterson launch into pulp-noir fiction.

Andrew has been a journalist since 1984, covering such topics as music, popular culture, design, arts and television for publications including The Age, The Good Weekend, Smash Hits, HQ, The South China Morning Post and Green magazine. He has covered hard news stories too such as police rounds, the first meeting of the World Jewish Congress in Germany since World War II, and on-the-ground reporting of the IRA mortar bomb attack on Downing Street in London. He has filed stories from London, Berlin, New York, Miami and some little town in Canada the name of which was never clear.

He came to Australia as a ‘ten-pound porn’ in 1968 and has lived between the two countries ever since. He has also worked as an actor, a second-rate musician and once spent several years being a human statue in nightclubs in Melbourne and Perth.

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