Michael Moran is an author, journalist and editor.
He is the author of several humour and non-fiction books, including The Encyclopedia of Guilty Pleasures and Sod Abroad – Why You’d Be Mad To Leave Your Own Home (John Murray), Shopping While Drunk, Rock and Pop Elevens, and Real Heroes (HarperPress).
He has also been a regular contributor to publications as diverse as The Times, Bizarre, The Mirror and The Lady.
Before taking to journalism, Michael was a hilariously unsuccessful recording artist, and has a number of lively tales of life in the topsy-turvy world of rock & roll that he would be delighted to share with you for the price of a small rum.
His current project, 100 Books I’ll Never Write, has drawn high praise from comedian Al Murray, writer Sathnam Sanghera, stand-up comedian and performance poet Phil Jupitus, and Michael’s mum.
He lives in South London with his wife and daughter.
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