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Catherine Deveny is a writer, comedian, author, social commentator and speaker well known for her work as a columnist with The Age newspaper, as a Melbourne International Comedy Festival favorite and as a ABC regular. Wedged between her busy speaking schedule and working on two books for Black Inc Books she is currently a columnist for the Guardian.

Deveny’s television work includes Network Seven’s Tonight Live with Steve Vizard, Full Frontal, ABC TV’s Good News Week, BackBerner and Q and A, Network 10’s Rove Live, The Wedge and skitHOUSE and The Project. She performs regularly on radio and television and was a popular fill in broadcaster on 774 ABC Melbourne.
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  • Gunnas Self-Publishing Saturday, September 26th, 2015 By pupular demand! Super excited about the encore  Gunnas Self-Publishing Masterclass. LAST FOR 2015. A bunch of the Gunnas wanted know about self-publishing ebooks and print books. I’m really interested in it too. So I tracked down the self-publishing guru Julie Postance and she’s running ... Read more
  • Pushy Women Sydney Sunday, September 13th, 2015 Like girls? Like bikes? Like listening to talking? Well you’ll love Pushy Women. With Dee Madigan, Nakkiah Lui, Tracey Spicer, Lady Sings It Better,  Zoe Norton-Lodge, Wendy Harmer, Mariam Veiszadeh. More info  Read more

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    “Deveny’s Gunnas Masterclass at La Luna. Great food, terrific camaraderie, and best of all, motivation up the wazoo.”

    Nicky Reed

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    “Wildly funny. Deeply intelligent. Sharp as a tack. Deveny is also a masterful teacher. Her Masterclasses are seamlessly facilitated.”

    Samuel Townsend

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    “Deveny never ceases to sing from her big and furious heart. There are so many writers in Australia and so few have anything to say.”

    Daniel Burt – The Age