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Taking a Risk

The next day at nine Alan was at his desk looking through an agency proof book—pages of color and black and white advertisements that J Dunaway Advertising had produced, including many from his own group. He was astonished at how … Continue reading

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34. Spy Money

Excerpt from The Lost Chapters by Lisa Anderson, first published in 2013 Buffy finished her gin and tonic. “Love, I’ve got to go. I wish I could do dinner but I just can’t. Stay and finish your drink and I’ll … Continue reading

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32. Lunch at the Racquet Club

New York’s Racquet and Tennis Club stood grandly, covering a full block on Park Avenue. Alan passed through the marble lobby with the ugly statue of the tennis player in the middle.

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30. A Little Triangulation

“I think they’re trying to screw us,” Alan snarled, as he got into the limousine. “Who?” Bob Wilson, the account management supervisor, asked. Alan and Wilson had just finished presenting new advertising for Wholesome Soups to its management.  The presentation … Continue reading

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6. New Writer on the New Business

By Richard N. Anderson If this were going to work, Alan would need a new writer on the business. The Trans US Airlines account was manna from heaven—the question was could they get the international routes?

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4. Another Artist in Advertising

By Richard N. Anderson “So what’s on you mind, pal?” Alan had finished the shrimp and was starting on his salad.

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1. Dressing for Work

By Richard N. Anderson Alan must have set some kind of record for dressing and undressing on Tuesday.

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