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Three's company

A local ad agency encourages emerging authors on its staff

Published authors Mark St. Amant, Tracy McArdle, and John Hargrave (from left) say their bosses at Arnold Worldwide supported their extracurricular work. Published authors Mark St. Amant, Tracy McArdle, and John Hargrave (from left) say their bosses at Arnold Worldwide supported their extracurricular work. (PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Ethan Gilsdorf
Globe Correspondent / February 20, 2007

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Tracy McArdle's new book, "Real Women Eat Beef," begins with a parody of a wedding announcement: "Jillian Campbell-Marks . . . was wed today to her new job as Senior Creative Director, Branding Solutions at the Boston advertising and branding agency Wiseman/Connor." The announcement ends: "This will not be the firm's first marriage. Jill couldn't be happier." (Full article: 1215 words)

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