Her twitter feed describes her as nosy as f**k. A useful quality given Kate’s first book, Losing It: How We Popped Our Cherry Over The Last 80 Years (published by Icon Books), was the result of conversations with people of all ages about their loss of virginity. It later became a play in London’s Covent Garden.
Kate has written about sexuality, masculinity & relationships for The Guardian & The Independent. She has been the Writer in Residence at The Royal Chelsea Hospital, collating wartime experiences from its famous military residents. She also conducts a flippant ongoing investigation into modern masculinity via the Big Guy Small Dog Blog.
Kate has used her interviewing powers to create content for Pret a Manger and consulted for Durex, Smile Makers, Discovery Channel & Tunstall Healthcare on a variety of subjects including sex, food, gender, old age & curiosity.
Kate Monro is represented by Robert Caskie at Caskie Mushens Ltd.