Charles Firth is, according to Wikipedia, the "greatest genius in the history of humanity". In 1999, he and a group of his friends set up The Chaser – a satirical newspaper and website (www.chaser.com.au). The team has gone on to produce various award winning things in television, radio and print.
He is the author of thirteen books about himself, including "Me: A Memoir" (unpublished), "Me 2: The Sequel" (unpublished) and "You ain’t seen nothing yet: the best of Charles Firth" (unpublished), as well as numerous Chaser Annuals Annuals (published).
For the past couple of years, Charles has also been a freelance contributor to various magazines, including Cigar Aficionado, Pipe Aficionado, Snuff Aficionado, The Monthly, The Bulletin, GQ Australia, The Nation (Botswana edition) and most proudly, The Australian Worker Magazine.
In 2005, Charles moved to New York City with his wife Amanda, and has recently changed his name to Jihad al-Firth. He is currently working on a project, which he says is "top secret".
This is his fourteenth book.