Judith Butler in Conversation is a valuable resource for academics, students and researchers in narrative therapies, psychology, cultural studies, theatre, gender, politics, feminism, education and communication. The incredible intellect of Judith Butler is initially made accessible through conversations with Bronyn Davies, a post structural feminist researcher and academic at the University of Western Sydney. Davies interviews Butler about aspects of her thinking and writing and asks salient questions that translate Butler's work just as writers have translated Foucault's work. Subsequent to Davies conversation, various other academics relate Butler's thoughts to their own spheres of research and thinking. These cover discourse, gender emergence, refugees, education and the experience of childhood in a pluralistic society. There are multiple conversations within this text. The writers are not only conversing with Butler but also with each other. Each chapter has a response by other academics. The greatest achievement of this text is that it makes Butler's intellect accessible to a whole new audience. It relates her work to the practical and the every day giving the reader an opportunity to open up to a new paradigm, a different way of perceiving the world. Davies and the other contributers to the text are to be congratulated on such a valuable contribution to academic texts.