Mark Jolly was born in London in 1960 and has held the following jobs (don’t hold your breath):
Paper boy, shop assistant, door-to-door potato salesman (with a sideline in eggs), messenger in an advertising agency, copywriter in that same advertising agency, messenger in New York, clerk in the Office of Fair Trading in London, van driver, the person who counted the nuts and bolts other workers made in a factory and a few others.
Now I’m a journalist.
And a writer, and you can find out about my book Suburban Guerrilla here.
While all this is going on, I’ve spent rather a long time on a bike.