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Kasey speaking at the 2012 Melbourne Writers Festival

Interview with Girlfriend Magazine: The Business of Beauty

Talking about fat-shaming pregnant women on The Project

30-Something and the Clock is Ticking

The 30-Something Baby Dilemma in The Herald Sun

30-Something and The Clock is Ticking reviewed on the American Fertility Association website.

An interview about 30-Something and The Clock is Ticking in The Guardian

A review in the Irish Independent

My Voice in Melbourne Weekly

Kasey interviewed on Ireland AM

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Extract from 30-Something and the Clock is Ticking in UK Daily Mail

Article in Best Magazine UK

Article from Dunia Produk in Indonesia

Four star review from Boomerang Books

A review from MiNDFOOD Magazine

An article about 30-Something and the Clock is Ticking from Brazil (in Portugese)

…an exploration of the issues with honesty, humour and a charming openness. Guaranteed to get you thinking seriously about the baby issue yourself. (Hobart Mercury)

Review of 30-Something and the Clock is Ticking in HerCanberra

Kasey Edwards chatting with Kylie and Larry on Channel 7’s The Morning Show

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The Truth about FertilitySydney Morning Herald

PICK OF THE WEEK in The Age. FOR more than a decade, media commentators and experts have warned women to take heed of their biological clocks. There has been much recrimination about why women are delaying having children, with feminism copping a lot of the blame. All of which makes Kasey Edwards‘s wry and self-deprecating treatment of the subject so refreshing. Her story is a familiar one: she discovers in her early 30s that she has blocked tubes and “dud eggs” and that as far as her fertility is concerned, she is “pushing a Zimmer frame”. She doesn’t know if she is ready to have children but it’s now or never. As she grapples with what to do, she explores the experiences of other women, faces up to the marriage question, examines the impact of mothering on self-identity and career, and finds herself going through the rigours of IVF. For all her breeziness, she has an urgent story to tell that is well pitched at all those thirtysomethings for whom time is running out.

30-Something and Over It

30-Something and Over It gets a mention in the Niagra Falls Review.

30-Something and Over It on Today Tonight

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Grazia Magazine UK – part 1 and part 2

Grazia Magazine Australia

The Independent on Sunday UK

London Lite Review

Elle Magazine in Quebec

Kasey Edwards is trying to find herself. But by the time she finds herself, will there be anyone at home?! A thought-provoking journey which proves that women can have it all — just not all at once!”

Kathy Lette author of To Love Honour and Betray (Till Divorce Us Do Part)

“A perfectly timed reminder that a high-powered career is not the be all and end all…Essential and inspiring”

Emily Barr, author of The Life You Want

“Packed with brilliantly funny anecdotes, this hilarious memoir had us giggling from the start— and made us realise we’re not the only ones confused by the sheer enormity of life” (5 stars)

Heat

“Edwards is a likeably cynical narrator” (4 stars)

London Lite

Read the Australian press release for Thirty-Something and Over It

Read the Dutch presenter