Georgia Clark : Simon & Schuster Speakers Bureau

Georgia Clark

Best-selling Author, Performer, Aussie-in-New York

When Georgia Clark moved from her hometown of Sydney to New York City, she had, well, not very much. No visa. No job. No place to live or partner or contacts or even any friends. Now, eight years later, Georgia is a twice-published author under contract to Simon & Schuster, produced playwright, and host and curator of a popular storytelling night in the Lower East Side. She’s been on a house team at the prestigious Upright Citizen’s Brigade theatre, awarded scholarships, grants and writers’ residencies, lives in hip South Williamsburg and is in a happy relationship with (in Aussie speak) a “top bird”.

As an Aussie implant thriving in America, Georgia is able to share what it took to get from the bottom to the top. The secret of her success? Perseverance. Tenacity. Optimism. And a good dose of grit. Making a living as a creative isn’t easy, and neither is creating engaging work that satisfies personally, and commercially. Georgia will share how it’s done.

Georgia’s latest novel, THE REGULARS, was released internationally and optioned by CBS Studios. This “charming” (People), “extremely funny” (Sunday Mirror), “hopelessly sexy” (PopSugar) book explores what happens when three young Brooklynites get their hands on a mysterious serum that turns the user supermodel-beautiful… for just one week at a time. It’s “a lively and engrossing parable for women of all generations.” (Harper's Bazaar).

As a feminist and supporter of girls and women everywhere, Georgia will inspire, educate, and entertain your next festival, conference, club, school or college.

“Georgia Clark is a compelling speaker with a delightful sense of humor. The Australian Women of New York (AWNY) have been most impressed by her presentations.”

— Belinda Jackson, President, AWNY

Interested in booking Georgia Clark to speak at your next event?

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