Clementine Ford is a person who has loved deeply, strangely and with curiosity. She is fascinated by love and how it makes its home in our hearts, believing that the way we continue to surrender ourselves to love is an act of great faith and bravery. How We Love is Clementine’s tender and lyrical memoir that explores love in its many forms, through her own experiences. Heartfelt, funny, confessional, revelatory and compassionate, it shows us to ourselves in moments of unwavering truth and undeniable joy. Join Clementine Ford as she discusses her new book How We Love with Bridie Jabour.
Clementine Ford (Australian)
Clementine Ford is a writer and broadcaster based in Naarm (Melbourne). She is the bestselling author of Fight Like A Girl and Boys Will Be Boys, which have also been published to great acclaim in the UK and the US. She also presents a popular online advice line called Friday Night Bites. Her most recent book How We Love: Notes on a life was published in 2021. Despite her reputation, she is actually very nice.
Bridie Jabour (Australian)
Bridie Jabour is the Opinion Editor at The Guardian. She has previously worked as a journalist for NewsCorp and Fairfax, where she has reported on social affairs, politics and regional issues. Bridie writes commentary on feminism, inequality, and pop culture, and appears regularly on The Drum, Triple J and ABC Radio Sydney. She is the author of the novel The Way Things Should Be and the book of essays Trivial Grievances: On the contradictions, myths and misery of your 30s.