Professor Ross Fitzgerald AM is a noted historian, political commentator, columnist for The Australian newspaper and the author of 40 books, including a memoir My Name Is Ross: An Alcoholic’s Journey.
Professor Fitzgerald is also co-author of the sexual/political satires So Far, So Good: An Entertainment and Going Out Backwards: A Grafton Everest Adventure, which was shortlisted for the 2017 Russell Prize for Humour Writing.
Antony is a Walkley Award-winning journalist, broadcaster, and author. He presents the weekly podcast/radio program Future Tense on ABC Radio National.
Antony is co-author of the satirical novel So Far, So Good. His non-fiction work The Future and Related Nonsense was published by Harper Collins. He has contributed to numerous publications including Griffith Review, Australian House & Garden and the anthologyBest Australian Science Writing.
Ian McFadyen is a writer, actor, director, producer, teacher, essayist and painter. His books include Mind Wars: the Battle for your Brain and the Grafton Everest satire Going Out Backwards: A Grafton Everest Adventure, which was shortlisted for the 2017 Russell Prize for Humour Writing.
Ian has written for film and television and the stage. He was the creator and producer of The Comedy Company, one of Australia’s highest ever rating comedy series and for which he won two Logie Awards.