Wannabee novelists: Juggling ad career and urge to write

Emmerling, John
June 1999
Advertising Age;6/14/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 25, p42
Trade Publication
Features Jim Patterson, a writer at J. Walter Thompson Co. Time allotted by Patterson to write novels; Campaigns created by Patterson; Reason of Patterson for writing novels; Effect of writing novels on his career as creative director.


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