Rebecca Traister’s All the Single Ladies: book club and discussion.

Finally, a Book on Single Ladies Acknowledges How Diverse Women Are

Finally, a Book on Single Ladies Acknowledges How Diverse Women Are

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July 18 2016 12:04 PM

The Audio Book Club Hangs With All the Single Ladies

Slate critics discuss Rebecca Traister’s magisterial book on how unmarried women are changing America.

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Slate critics Meghan O’Rourke, Parul Sehgal, and Katy Waldman discuss All the Single Ladies, Rebecca Traister’s far-ranging book on how unmarried women are reshaping America.

Next month, the Audio Book Club will dig into The Girls, by Emma Cline. Read the book and stay tuned for our discussion in August!

Visit our Audio Book Club archive page for a complete list of the more than 75 books we’ve discussed over the years. Or you can listen to any of our previous club meetings through our iTunes feed.

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See all the pieces in this month’s Slate Book Review.

Podcast produced by Jayson De Leon and Andy Bowers.

Meghan O’Rourke is Slate’s culture critic and an advisory editor. She was previously an editor at the New Yorker. The Long Goodbye, a memoir about her mother’s death, is now out in paperback.

Parul Sehgal is an editor at the New York Times Book Review.

Katy Waldman is a Slate staff writer.