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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.
Catherine Deveny (born 1968) is an Australian comedy writer and stand-up comedian who was a regular columnist for The Age newspaper from 2001 to 2010. As well as comedy venues, she has performed on Australian television and radio programs.
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Catherine Deveny December 4 at 1:38 PM · 90 minutes of writing blocks, exercises and prompts without distractions and with dumplings and booze (or soft drink).
Yet every year someone manages to do it. Indeed some, like Catherine Deveny, have almost made a profession of it — or at least the closest thing to a profession that she has ever mastered.
Writer, comedian, speaker, and author of nine books, Catherine Deveny, is proudly running for the Reason Party in the Brunswick District, at this year’s Victorian Election. Catherine has lived in the middle of the electorate for 24 years, and has owned a house there for 20 years.
— Catherine Deveny (@CatherineDeveny) 23 April 2018 When defending her comments from online criticism, Deveney went even further, describing the armed forces as “the violence industry”.
Catherine Deveny likes to be provocative in her public comments. Source:Supplied SHE’S come under fire for her controversial remarks before and now Catherine Deveny a new target.
— Catherine Deveny (@CatherineDeveny) April 24, 2018 One of the thing that ANZAC day brings up is the hilarious notion that Australians have fought for our right to free speech. Australians do ...