Kate Bolick is the author of New York Times bestseller Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own. The book was named the New York Times Notable Book of 2015.
The author Kate maintained a low profile regarding his personal life. However, she revealed some exciting reason behind her leading her single life and remain unmarried.
Kate Bolick's Biography, Professional Career
Kate Bolick, who ages 46, was born in 1972 in Brooklyn Heights, New York. She holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Talking about her parents, her father is a lawyer and mother was a journalist by profession. However, her mother died due to cancer.
Kate, who stands at the tall height, is also a contributing editor for The Atlantic, and the host of Touchstones at The Mount, an annual literary interview series at Edith Wharton's country estate in the Berkshires.
Before The Atlantic, she also wrote many stories in Cosmopolitan, Elle, The New York Times, Vogue, and The Wall Street Journal.
She has also made her appearance in some famous TV shows including CBS Sunday Morning, The Today Show, CNN, NPR and Fox News.
Kate Bolick at her home at Brooklyn Heights picture posted on 2 August 2015 (Photo: the guardian)
She was executive editor of Domino and a columnist for The Boston Globe's Ideas Section. She teaches writing at New York University, in both the Cultural Reporting & Criticism MA program and the Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
As per wiki, Kate’s 2015 New York Times Bestselling book, Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own, is all about how she is living out her single life and urges other girls to not worry about relationships. Using her own life, she invites the readers to understand why she along with over 100 million other American women is still unmarried.
Another book, Praise for Spinster, set forth a clear vision for all women: to know how women should live their life, to know their hearts and to carve out a little space for their dreams.”-
Kate Bolick Leading Her Single Life
Kate Bolick is leading her single life without any boyfriend and with no intention of marrying any husband.
However, when it comes to revealing her past relationship, Kate once dated her co-worker to whom she met at her first job, as an assistant in a magazine enterprise in Boston.
Kate was at the age of 23, and her boyfriend was 25 when they started dating each other. They even moved in together, and the relationship was going smoothly until Kate went to dinner with a certain mysterious man one day.
However, it is reportedly said that her boyfriend himself told her to go to date because her boyfriend thought that the man was gay. But as the dinner went on, Kate soon realized that the man was not gay after all. After that, the incident created a rift in the relationship between Kate and her boyfriend and they finally decided to part their ways.
And now, until her 40s, if someone asked her why she was not married, she would say she could not trust herself not to cheat.