Kate Mosse OBE
Agent(s): Mark Lucas

Kate is an award-winning novelist, playwright and non-fiction writer, the author of nine novels & short story collections, including the multi-million selling Languedoc Trilogy. A champion of women’s creativity, Kate is the Founder Director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – the largest annual celebration of women’s writing in the world – and sits on the Executive Committee of Women of the World. She is the Founder of the global campaign – #WomanInHistory – launched in January 2021 to honour, celebrate and promote women’s achievements throughout history and from every corner of the world. As a number one multi-million international bestselling author of eight novels and short story collections, her bestselling Gothic fiction novel The Taxidermist’s Daughter had its world stage premiere at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2022. Her novel, The Winter Ghosts, is currently being adapted for a film. Her books have sold more than 8 million copies worldwide, in 40 countries and translated into 38 languages.

As an interviewer and commentator, Kate’s television & radio work includes hosting the Readers & Writers Roadshow for BBC Four, writing/presenting documentaries on figures such as Harriet Martineau and Helen Waddell, and appearing as a guest/guest presenter on a range of arts programmes including BBC Two’s Front Row Late, Radio 4’s Open Book, A Good Read and Woman’s Hour; Sky Arts Books; BBC Newsnight; and BBC Breakfast, BBC Good Morning, ITV Good Morning Britain.