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Revolving Door Newsletter: 08.12.14
Major Changes at Lucky; Maureen Dowd Joins NY Times Mag

Hey, How'd You Land a TV Series Based on Your Atlantic Article, Kate Bolick?
The Atlantic contributing editor talks taking her story to TV, being on the magazine's cover, and making room for freelance projects you love.

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Cond Nast Kicks Lucky to the Curb - Posted August 11, 2014
It appears the reports of Lucky's demise were not greatly exaggerated. In a major move, Cond Nast has spun off Lucky into a new company, titled The Lucky Group. The Lucky Group is a joint venture between Lucky and BeachMint, an e-commerce platform. The print version of Lucky... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Cond Nast Kicks Lucky to the Curb - Posted August 11, 2014
It appears the reports of Lucky's demise were not greatly exaggerated. In a major move, Cond Nast has spun off Lucky into a new company, titled The Lucky Group. The Lucky Group is a joint venture between Lucky and BeachMint, an e-commerce platform. The print version of Lucky... [FishbowlNY]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Kate Bolick Ended Up on the Cover of The Atlantic - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick set the blogosphere on fire with her popular Atlantic article, "All The Single Ladies." But it wasn't just the behemoth nine-page, 12,000-plus-word piece that made headline... [FishbowlNY]

Kate Bolick Brings 'All the Single Ladies' to TV - Posted February 21, 2012
Kate Bolick's nine-page, 12,000-plus-word Atlantic article on the economics of dating, "All The Single Ladies," became the talk of the town last November -- but the buzz didn't end there. When the issue came out, Bolick sent Drop Dead Diva's ... [FishbowlLA]

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