Jackie Clune is a writer, actress and singer who lives in East London. She has published numerous features for the Guardian (Weekend magazine), the Daily Mail (Femail), the Mail on Sunday (YOU magazine), the Observer, the Independent, Red magazine, and the Scotsman. In 2012, she had her own column in Top Sante magazine.
In 2004, she published her first novel Man of the Month Club (Quercus UK, Penguin USA) and in 2006 she published Extreme Motherhood - The Triplet Diaries (Macmillan, serialised in Femail). She has just written a monologue for BBC2 and is currently writing a one-woman play. She is a regular contributor to the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2, and has also contributed to various BBC Radio 4 arts programmes (Front Row, Woman's Hour, Loose Ends).
She is the mother of four children, including a set of naturally conceived triplets, and is currently writing her second novel for the young adult market.
Jackie Clune is represented by Robert Caskie at Caskie Mushens Ltd.