On Politics and Stuff

On Politics and Stuff

Mark Humphries, Evan Williams

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Description

If you love iambic pentameter, then look away because this book about Australian politics is pure prose, baby!

This book is quite possibly the most comprehensive book on Australian politics ever written. That's right, it covers BOTH houses of parliament.

We'll take you inside the halls of power. And if we can't actually get inside because of security, we'll do some very fun speculating on what might be in there.

One thing we know for sure is that this book is unputdownable. Something went wrong with the printing and it's all sticky.


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Mark Humphries:

Mark Humphries and Evan Williams are the resident satirists on ABC-TV's 7.30. They previously created satirical sketches for SBS's The Feed and ABC's The Roast. Neither of these shows were about food. In 2018, Prime Minister Scott Morrison wrote of one of their sketches: 'Love your work. Had a good laugh.' He's been a bit more quiet lately.

Mark's writing has appeared in The Guardian and the Sun-Herald. As a presenter, Mark has guest-hosted 'Talking Pictures' on ABC-TV's Insiders and was the host of Network 10 quiz show Pointless. He was also the winner of Celebrity Mastermind but never likes to bring it up.

Evan's writing has appeared in the New Yorker, McSweeney's, the Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, The Monthly and The Mini Whiteboard on the Fridge Where he Writes the Grocery List.

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Mark Humphries and Evan Williams are the resident satirists on ABC-TV's 7.30. They previously created satirical sketches for SBS's The Feed and ABC's The Roast. Neither of these shows were about food. In 2018, Prime Minister Scott Morrison wrote of one of their sketches: 'Love your work. Had a good laugh.' He's been a bit more quiet lately.


Mark's writing has appeared in The Guardian and the Sun-Herald. As a presenter, Mark has guest-hosted 'Talking Pictures' on ABC-TV's Insiders and was the host of Network 10 quiz show Pointless. He was also the winner of Celebrity Mastermind but never likes to bring it up.


Evan's writing has appeared in the New Yorker, McSweeney's, the Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, The Monthly and The Mini Whiteboard on the Fridge Where he Writes the Grocery List.

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