Kathy Lette + Thinking Fox
Adventure before dementia...
Kathy Lette is an Australian born author. Her first novel Puberty Blues – the storyline revolves around Deb and Sue, thirteen-year-old high-school students whose lives are about male surfers, panel vans, straight-leg Levis, skipping school, getting wasted and fitting in – put her firmly on the map. The book was made into a film in 1981 and a TV series in 2012.
Kathy has penned numerous international bestsellers including Mad Cows (which was made into a film starring Joanna Lumley and Anna Friel), How to Kill Your Husband and Other Handy Household Hints, To Love, Honour and Betray, The Boy Who Fell To Earth, and most recently HRT: Husband Replacement Therapy.
She cites her career highlights as once teaching Stephen Fry a word, Salman Rushdie, the limbo and scripting Julian Assange’s cameo in the Simpsons 500th episode. In recognition of her many novels and advocacy of equality, human rights, and physical and mental health both nationally and internationally, she was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) from the University of Wollongong in 2017.
(And we think that she’s the bomb.)
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