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Jack Roberts is a founding editor of BAD IDEA magazine. A Londoner, he has contributed to national newspapers including The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, and The Guardian.
Daniel Stacey is a founding editor of BAD IDEA magazine. Originally from Perth, Western Australia, he is a literary correspondent for The Australian newspaper, and writes regularly for the New Statesman.
The pair met at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in 2003, where they both studied together under Esquire’s former editor, and the founder of New York magazine, Clay Felker. BAD IDEA was founded in September 2006.
Read this anthology to find out what Britain’s best young journalists are up to. BAD IDEA magazine is the new stomping ground for ambitious young writers, a melting pot of tragedy, parties, love, death, cybersex and stretched cricket metaphors.Its spicy, daring approach to investigative journalism takes readers from the streets of northern Iraq to life inside the world of international love spies in Edinburgh. Reinvigorating the form of literary journalism and personal storytelling, the BAD IDEA anthology is a return to the personal, the eccentric, the candid and terrifying. Truly eye-opening stuff.