When Kate Bolick's 2011 The story, “All the Single Ladies” was published, it marked only the third time in the magazine's storied history that a female author had appeared on the cover. Interest in Bolick's marquee article was so intense that it landed her a book deal, and is now being made into a show on CBS. Her latest book, "," is forthcoming from Crown.
As a writer and speaker, Kate Bolick is adept at using lively, relatable language to bring complicated, deeply researched ideas to wide audiences. She is a contributing editor at
Bolick has appeared on , CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and numerous NPR programs across the country.
CBS has given a script commitment to a single-camera, half-hour show based on Bolick's "All the Single Ladies" story. Bolick will serve as co-producer., contributes regularly to and , among others, and serves as culture editor at Veranda. Previously, she was executive editor of the late Conde Nast home lifestyle magazine and was a columnist for 's "Ideas Section." A recipient of a MacDowell fellowship, she holds a Master's in cultural criticism from New York University, where she also taught writing.
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