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Caitlin Moran

(1975-), Writer, critic and columnist

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Writer, critic, and columnist. Caitlin Moran won the Observer's Young Reporter of the Year award when she was only fifteen. Within the next three years she joined music weekly magazine Melody Maker, published her first novel, The Chronicles of Narmo, and co-presented Channel Four's pop show Naked City. A TV critic and celebrity columnist for The Times for eighteen years, Moran won the British Press Award's Columnist of the Year award in 2010. Moran's chart-topping book How To Be A Woman was published in June 2011, combining autobiography and a take on contemporary feminism.

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Caitlin Moran, by Chris Floyd - NPG x135192

Caitlin Moran

by Chris Floyd
bromide fibre print, 12 October 2010
NPG x135192

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