Lucy Cooke has a Master's in Zoology from the University of Oxford,
where she was tutored by Richard Dawkins. She is the author of two
previous books, A Little Book of Sloth, which was a New York Times
bestseller, and The Unexpected Truth about Animals, which was
shortlisted for the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book
Prize and has been translated into seventeen languages. She has
also written for the Sunday Times, Telegraph, Mail on Sunday, New
York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Lucy is also an award-winning broadcaster and documentary filmmaker. Initially working behind the scenes in television comedy, she is now a regular on Radio 4 and has presented prime-time series for BBC, ITV and National Geographic.
Lucy Cooke's Bitch shows just how far we have come in seeing
nature's females for what they actually are.'
Surprising sex lives of the animal kingdom: From bondage-loving spiders to 'Scrooge-like' lobsters who save their sperm for a female who's 'worth it', BITCH lifts the lid on kinky creatures
Best books of 2022 so far: Zoologist Lucy Cooke's hilarious and enlightening book reclaims evolutionary biology for females of all species.
Mr Darwin, your time is up...This is the evolutionary reboot us bitches have been waiting for.
Brilliant ... Cooke is a superb science writer