There’s barely a house in Melbourne with a small child that doesn’t have a well-thumbed copy of Kaz Cooke’s Up the Duff or Kidwrangling adorning a bookshelf. Now, written in consultation with more than 100 medical, psychological and other practical experts, and informed by over 7,000 real women who responded to an online research survey, Kaz is back with Women’s Stuff, a definitive bible for all things woman.
Join her for one big night with her former radio colleague, the incomparable Judith Lucy, to discuss confidence, body image, eating, health, hormones, bosoms, hairy bits, love, heartbreak, sex, mental health, wrinkle creams, cosmetic surgery, friends, sleep, home, false eyelashes, menopause and whatever else takes their fancy.
Judith Lucy is one of Australia’s most popular comedians. A best-selling author, her work in radio, television and film and her sell-out national live tours have made her a household name.
Kaz Cooke is a former reporter and cartoonist turned history detective. She is also the author of the bestselling books Up The Duff, Kidwrangling, Girl Stuff, Girl Stuff 8–12, Women’s Stuff, and the children's picture books Wanda Linda Goes Berserk and The Terrible Underpants.
Her new novel, Ada, grew out of her research and exhibition during a Creative Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria, 2013–2015.