"I've Never Seen A Taboo I Didn't Want To Bust"

September 12, 2014 1:17 PM

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Caitlin Moran is a British columnist who writes regularly about television and feminist issues. Her previous book, How to Be a Woman, was a collection of autobiographical essays. Her latest novel, How to Be a Girl, is a work of fiction about a teenager coming of age.

You're a journalist by trade, and made your name as a writer of personal essays. How did writing fiction compare with these other mediums? Oh, it's great because you can make stuff up, and you can lie! Nobody told me that that's what fiction meant. The bummer about writing a memoir is you're sitting...

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