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Win one of five copies of The Great Pink Hunter by Grahame Bond, valued at $29.99 each.

Kevin Hunter, a crass Australian advertising exec turned tribal art collector, travels to the island of Malaka to find the mysterious Gopi people, a reclusive tribe of brilliant artists and retired pygmy headhunters. The Gopi elders are impressed and envious of this wealthy, honey-tongued philistine, and they give Hunter creative control over their tribal art. Kevin Hunter commercialises the Gopi’s traditional art, sending the artists in a direction
that threatens to destroy thousands of years of tribal culture. Kevin finally realises his ambition and takes the Gopi artists to New York City – with disastrous consequences.

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The Great Pink Hunter: Outrageous tales of life in the advertising jungle

Kevin Hunter, a crass Australian advertising exec turned renowned tribal art collector, travels to the wilds of the mythical island of Malaka with his personal biographer, to find the mysterious Gopi people, a reclusive tribe of brilliant artists and retired pygmy headhunters. To achieve cut through with the native tribes, Kevin has taken to wearing bright pink safari suits, his first rule of advertising being 'Have a point of fuckin' difference!' Having had little contact with Westerners, the Gopi elders are both impressed and envious of this wealthy, honey tongued philistine and they give Hunter creative control over their tribal art and artists. With unlimited power, Kevin Hunter, the frustrated creative, commercialises the Gopi's traditional art to make it 'more accessible, ' thus sending the artists in a direction that threatens to destroy thousands of years of tribal culture. Where Kevin Hunter is corrupted by power and control, the Gopi are naively led into a school of popular art. To market his 'new wave primitive' brand, Kevin finally realizes his ambition and takes the Gopi artists to New York City with disastrous consequences.


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1. Entry is open to all residents of Australia and New Zealand from 1 December 2016. 2. Employees and the immediate families of the promoter and agencies associated with this promotion are ineligible. 3. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 4. The first correct entries drawn on 1 February 2017 from each competition will win a copy of the book. 5. The promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost or misdirected mail. 6. The winners of the prizes will be published on the Good Reading Magazine website in February 2018.