More 'single ladies' staying single Kate Bolick's Atlantic cover story "All the Single Ladies," about the growing number of proud, never-married women, has gotten a lot of attention since its publication earlier this month. We talk to the author about her decision to stay single. We also talk to a skeptic of the "marriage market" theories.9:06 a.m.
Kate Bolick: New York-based writer, formerly executive editor of the late Domino magazine. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times and Slate.
Amanda Marcotte: writes about feminism and politics on DoubleX at Slate.com.
The tragedy of Arthur In his new novel, Arthur Phillips spins a tale within a tale about a novelist named Arthur Phillips, and his discovery of a long-lost play by Shakespeare. Is Phillips writing about himself, and is the play the real thing? Find out on Midmorning.
Originally broadcast April 26, 2011.10:06 a.m.
Arthur Phillips: Author of "The Tragedy of Arthur." His previous books include "The Song is You" and "Prague."
The Midmorning Rewind This week on the Midmornig Rewind, a journalist explains how are guts are connected to our brains, a doctor describes his battle with cancer, and a former soldier recounts how he gained empathy for his battlefield enemies.10:45 a.m.