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Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant Paperback – 5 Mar 2019


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"Seeing the byline 'Joel Golby' means you're about to ungraciously snort with laughter in a public place. Golby is sharper at dissecting the madness of 21st century online existence than any other writer. Every paragraph is like doing a shot with a friend. A double."
--Caitlin Moran, New York Times bestselling author of How to Be a Woman and How to Be Famous

"This is a funny and beautiful book. What a little bastard."
--Russell Brand, New York Times bestselling author of My Booky Wook and Recovery

"Joel Golby is my favorite pop culture-obsessed nihilist...You'll laugh, cry and probably be a bit weirded out."
--Sharon Horgan, co-creator of Catastrophe

"A writer who can be funny and offhandedly profound at the same time...[Golby] sometimes feels like a kindred spirit to David Sedaris, but younger and more biting."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Golby, a British staff writer for Vice, moves between dark wit and even darker emotion, often in the course of a single sentence...Consistently entertaining."
--Booklist

About the Author

Joel Golby is a staff writer for Vice, where he is among the site's most read contributors. He has written for The Guardian, Shortlist, and the BBC. He's more of a cat than a dog man, but he see merits in both. He lives in London.

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