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In Douglas Coupland's writing, the doldrums of a world afflicted by the pains of dotcom booms and busts, the ascendency of subcultures to pop cultures, and the subsequent struggle for identity are counterbalanced by droll, personal, and incisive analyses. This collection of nonfiction essays provides an illuminating meander through what we call culture today.Douglas Coupland is a Canadian writer, visual artist, and designer. His first novel, Generation X, was an international bestseller. He has published fourteen novels, two collections of short stories, and seven nonfiction books; written and performed for the the Royal Shakespeare Company; and has penned a number of works for film and television. He is a regular contributor to the New York Times, Wired magazine, and the Financial Times.
About the Author
Shumon Basar is a writer, thinker, and cultural critic. With Douglas Coupland and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Shumon is coauthor of The Age of Earthquakes. He is also Commissioner of the Global Art Forum in Dubai, editor-at-large of Tank magazine, contributing editor of Bidoun magazine, director of the Format program at the AA School, London, and an advisor to Miucca Prada/Fondazione Prada, Milan.