Caitlin Moran

columnist the times

The eldest of eight children, Caitlin Moran was home-educated from the age of eleven in her family’s three bedroom council house in Wolverhampton. Convinced she would become a writer throughout her teenage years she wrote her first novel at the age of 13.  When she was 15 The Observer’s Young Reporter of the Year, and began her career as a journalist for music newspaper Melody Maker at the age of 16. She now writes three columns a week for The Times, having joined the paper in 1992, and is one of the country’s most celebrated columnists. In 2011 her book How To Be A Woman was awarded Book of the Year at the Galaxy National Book Awards. 

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