The Land Before Avocado is Richard Glover’s uproarious and anti-nostalgic portrait of Australia in the 60s and 70s. Described by Annabel Crabb as a “hilarious and horrifying … intergenerational conversation starter”, The Land Before Avocado vividly charts the shortcomings of the Australia that baby boomers like Richard grew up in. In a special event, the ABC Radio host and Fairfax columnist discusses his warm, witty and wise look at how we used to be and how far we’ve come.
Supported by the City of Parramatta.
Richard Glover (Australian)
Richard Glover's latest book is The Land Before Avocado, an anti-nostalgia book about Australia in the 60s and 70s. He's the author of the bestselling memoir Flesh Wounds, writes regularly for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Washington Post, and presents the comedy show Thank God It's Friday on local ABC Radio.