Kathryn Flett started her journalism career as a staff writer for i-D magazine in 1985. Since then, she has been a features writer for The Times, The Sunday Times, the Mail on Sunday, the Guardian, the Observer, Radio Times, She and Arena, among others.
She regularly appears on radio programmes such as Today, Woman’s Hour, Off the Page, Reasons to be Cheerful and The Simon Mayo Show. Between 2003-2006, she was one of the Grumpy Old Women on the eponymous BBC2 television series and has also been featured on Newsnight, The Culture Show, and GMTV. She was a judge for Gok Wan’s Miss Naked Beauty and will soon be appearing in a new Gok Wan series on Channel 4.
In 1999, she wrote a memoir about her divorce, The Heart-Shaped Bullet. Separate Lives is her first novel.
She lives in Random-on-Sea.