Bryony Gordon is one of The Telegraph’s best loved journalists columnist and features writer. She has been writing for The Telegraph for a number of years (having worked there on and off since 2000), and also freelances for various other publications including Grazia Magazine.
She has interviewed such eminent figures as Lord Heseltine, Ricky Gervais and Bryan Ferry. Her much loved column ‘How the Other Half Lives’ is a staple for any Sunday morning reader as she investigates and bemoans the absurdities, comic episodes and craziness of modern life.
Bryony is currently working on her first book which will showcase the writing she is best loved for: pithy observations about life, its triumphs and its pitfalls in the style she is known and best loved for. The Wrong Knickers was published by Headline on the 1st June 2014, read more about this here. It became a Sunday Times bestseller staying in the chart for 6x weeks in 2015.
Her next book MAD GIRL will be released by Headline in summer 2016.
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For years, women have been told that their twenties are their golden years, filled with fun, parties, sex and glamour. Countless TV shows and movies tell us the same story: this is your perfect decade – don’t waste it! You’ll never be so happy – or thin – again.
Here, in her hilariously honest memoir, Bryony Gordon gives us a fresh perspective. Like Carrie Bradshaw, she may have had a column in a national newspaper, but her twenties weren’t one long episode of Sex and the City, instead they were a decade of hangovers, heartbreak, and hideously awkward mornings-after, all over her overdraft limit.
Told with Bryony’s trademark candour, humour and refreshing self-deprecation THE WRONG KNICKERS – A DECADE OF CHAOS is a memoir of a twenty-something Londoner who lived through her Bridget Jones years and survived. Embracing the messier side of life, it is a must-read for any woman who has survived, or is surviving, her twenties.
Polly Vernon: “The Wrong Knickers is brilliantly funny, brilliantly honest, deliciously indiscrete and, at times, incredibly moving. It’s the most truthful, evocative and hilarious account of what it is to be a twenty something girl in Britain that I’ve read in a very long time.”
Camilla Long: “Bryony Gordon is a very bad girl – and an even better writer”