Caitlin Moran on fame, sexual shame and the MeToo era

After years of working with famous people as a music journalist, Caitlin Moran has written a new novel inspired by her experience, called How To Be Famous.
Caitlin Moran's new novel, How To Be Famous, is out now. (Mark Harrison)

At age 16, Caitlin Moran got her start as a music journalist for Melody Maker, interviewing some of the biggest names in rock and roll. After years of working with famous people, Moran has written a novel inspired by her experience, called How To Be Famous. The book is about a young music writer who finds herself in the middle of the Britpop explosion of the '90s.

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