Kerry Cue is a humourist, mathematician and journalist.
She is the author of 20 humorous and educational books. Her satirical novel, TARGET 91, is coming soon. You can contact her literary agent, Golvan Arts Management for more information.
You can see cliche-busting at work on Kerry’s maths blog, Mathspig. It is written for Maths teachers to show them how to make maths fun.
Kerry is also the maths blogger, Mathspig. She has written columns for every major newspaper in Australia. Following the popularity of her humorous maths blog - over 1,300,000 hits - she spoke at the International Congress of Mathematical Education in Hamburg in 2016.
Kerry Cue studied Science/Engineering at Melbourne University and taught maths and science for 10 demanding years before becoming a best selling author of 20 humorous and education books including Life On a G-String, Australia Unbuttoned, I Left My Heart in Chinkapook and my knickers in New York and MeLand: 10 ways Self-Obsession Makes You Stupid. Kerry's latest publication, a satirical novel on American Gun Culture, is being Culture being published by Penmore Press at the end of 2018 with another book due to be published in July 2019.
Kerry was an excellent choice as our guest speaker. She is certainly one of these special human beings who have the magic that others immediately recognise and respond to. She was precisel ... keep readingy the ingredient that we needed to make our event a memorable success. I have nothing but praise for her performance as a speaker and for the way she presented and conducted herself throughout the event. Department of Further Education
Kerry, struck a chord with our rural audience with her anecdotes and stories of growing up in the country. She reminded our members of the great benefits they have living in the country that they often take for granted. She was genuinely funny and seemed to enjoy herself. Kerry did actually tailor her presentation closely and consulted with me at least twice before the day.
Kerry was delightful, a “finishing touch” to the first day. Her lecture was humorous, interesting and “spot on” regarding difficulties women face on changing direction and expected life patterns today and yesterday.
Everyone loved Kerry. She had the audience captured from the very moment she began speaking, and what a delightful person she is. A lot of comments afterwards about Kerry was that she was very entertaining, hilarious, inspirational and so natural and down to earth - everyone could relate to her and what she had to say. We were very fortunate to have been able to secure her for our final function of the year.
Kerry was great; I got a lot of really good feedback from the participants. We had a really good laughing session and it was great to be reminded of how important laughter is in the whole relationship building and communication process. Highly recommended!
Kerry was informed, interested, and very engaging in her approach to our awards night. She understood the context of the evening and developed her presentation so that it really identified with our audience.
Kerry was fantastic. She was very friendly and spoke with people before and after her presentation. Her presentation was professional and very well thought out. It was interesting to hear of her past experiences including the fact that she was a teacher. We received very positive feedback from all the delegates which was very pleasing as this year we changed the format a bit from previous years, with the inclusion of a before dinner speaker.