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The Idler, the periodical of easy living, looks at protest and asks: is taking to the streets really necessary? Can't we take direct action from our beds instead?
Tom Hodgkinson was born in 1968. After studying English at university he worked in a skateboarding shop. Then he worked on a Sunday supplement before being sacked at 25. While on the dole he started the Idler magazine. He has since worked at the Guardian on special projects and has written for many magazines and newspapers. His book publications include the bestselling, How To Be Idle, whichhas been published in fifteen countries, and How To Be Free. Tom lives in Devon with his expanding family. Dan Kieran is deputy editor of the Idler. He edited of The Idler Book of Crap Towns, Crap Jobs, and Crap Holidays. He has written for the Observer, the Sunday Times, the Times and the Guardian. Dan lives in South London with his girlfriend Rachel and their son Wilf.
"Britain's coolest magazine" -- Alex James, Blur "Uniquely engaging... devoted to idleness in all its forms... surprisingly energetic in its sagacious coverage of trends and trendiness... Packed with ideas" * Time Out * "The thinking person's Loaded" * Select * "Full of good things... genuinely radical, irreverent and iconoclastic" -- the late Rt Hon Alan Clark "I'd read it even if I didn't write for it" -- Louis Theroux