Publish date: September 13th 2012
Publisher: Ebury Press
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
Caitlin Moran has quite quickly taken up residence as one of my new favorite writers. Though she is a renowned columnist across the pond, it all started for me with her New York Times bestselling book How to Be A Woman, a memoir of Caitlin’s girl- and womanhood. Spanning all matter of subjects relat...
Despite the fact that I think Caitlin Moran doesn't really "get" YA fiction (Caitlin Moran Thinks There Are No Sexy YA Books), I still think she is hilarious and brilliant (and hopefully, with the forthcoming release of her first YA novel, she'll "get it" just a bit more). Recently I saw a list of 2...
I didn't understand half of what she was talking about. Not terrible but not very good. I'm glad it's over.
Caitlin Moran is a British journalist who writes columns for The Times, and How to Be A Woman is part autobiography and part feminist rant. It tells of her working class background and experiences and also includes her views on being a woman and on feminist issues such as abortion and beauty myths....
I really enjoyed How to be a Woman, Moran's previous work which dealt with feminism and sparked a debate among a huge amount of people on feminism's place in today's society, which was really cool. Moranthology is essentially a collection of her columns that she writes for The Times, which I was sup...