Stuart Heritage is a writer and columnist for Guardian, The Times, i and Esquire, and the author of Don't be a Dick, Pete. In addition to this, he has written for a range of publications and television programmes, founded and edited award-winning blogs. For two years running he was named as one of the 50 most influential emerging figures in the British media by Independent, an honour that has singularly failed to manifest itself into anything even slightly meaningful. He is going bald.
Praise for Don't be a Dick, Pete: Almost unfairly funny * Hadley Freeman * I loved it so much I read it in one fell swoop. Fantatically funny but also so touching * India Knight * Every person I know is going to love this book. I can't imagine anyone reading this book and not being in love with it. He is incomparable in terms of his voice and observational lens... No one writes about the incidentals and the characteristics of British life better than him * Dolly Alderton *