Judith Lucy is known as a performer for her radical, even brutal honesty. Over a celebrated career as one of this country’s finest stand-ups, she’s sardonically laid herself bare in the name of laughs. But as an author she’s equally forthcoming, with her memoirs The Lucy Family Alphabet and Drink, Smoke, Pass Out both bestsellers. Now she’s back with her new book Turns Out, I’m Fine. Judith discusses humour, memoir, coping and not coping, and what it means to be fine with Walkely Award–winning reporter, Jan Fran.
This event is Auslan interpreted.
Thanks to David Fite.
Further program information available on the Sydney Writers' Festival website.
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