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The Flawed Mind was established by writer Marcus Baumgart in 2009. It is a private project of modest scope, and a strange little publishing vehicle reaching, oh, at least a dozen people regularly. 

Marcus likes storytelling, and spends a lot of time doing it. In his day job as an urban designer and general communications person at Williams Boag Architects, Marcus has noticed that storytelling is a powerful business tool. It helps WBa win new work, and tell the story of what the business does well.

Marcus also writes for magazines, mostly for Artichoke (the Journal of the Design Institute of Australia) and Houses magazine, which profiles other architecture practices and the nice houses they design. He has also written for Monument and Architecture Australia on the odd occasion.

Of course, while you are stopping by, check out the blog, where Marcus stops speaking in the third person.