Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast about watching the Olympics with kids and the lack of diversity in children’s literature.
Laurie Winer and Seth Greenland of the Los Angeles Review of Books spoke with Jessica about Break in Case of Emergency, the brutality of satire, the literary fiction–chick lit divide, and the conundrum that is Ivanka Trump. Find the podcast on iTunes here.
Jessica chatted with Pamela Paul on the latest “Inside the New York Times Book Review” podcast, also featuring Jessi Klein's conversation with Heather Havrilesky, author of How to Be a Person in the World. Find the podcast on iTunes or Google Play here.
Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast about school segregation and toddler antics.
In this week’s parenting podcast, Slate editors Allison Benedikt and Jessica Winter talk to New York Times Magazine writer Nikole Hannah-Jones about school segregation. Then, a chat about toddler antics—how to deal with them, when to comfort, and when to walk away. Plus parenting triumphs and fails, recommendations, and a listener call about Donald Trump possibly tearing a family apart, which we get help answering from Allison’s father-in-law, a lifelong Republican.
Listen to the DoubleX Gabfest’s show about the Stanford rape case and Trump’s sudden support for LGBTQ rights.
On this week’s Gabfest, Invisibilia co-host Hanna Rosin joins Slate features editor Jessica Winter and Slate staff writer Christina Cauterucci to discuss the Stanford rape case. They also talk about Judith Shulevitz’s piece in the New York Times on “caregiverism,” and playing the gender card in the election.
Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast on the dangers of helicopter parenting and having sex (or not) after having a baby.
In this week’s edition of Slate’s parenting podcast Mom and Dad Are Fighting, Slate editors Allison Benedikt and Jessica Winter talk to Julie Lythcott-Haims, the author of How to Raise an Adult, about the long-term dangers of helicopter parenting. Then, real talk about sex after having a baby. Plus, Dr. TJ Gold of Tribeca Pediatrics helps us answer a listener’s question about bedwetting, and parenting triumphs and fails.
Listen to Slate’s show about social media misogyny, low-wage workers’ unpredictable work hours, and benevolent sexism.
In this week’s Gabfest, Slate senior editor Jessica Winter, Outward editor June Thomas, and New York editor Noreen Malone discuss how just-in-time scheduling affects low-wage workers and how “benevolent sexism” affects women. Slate staff writer Amanda Hess joins them to talk about social media misogyny and what can be done about it.
Listen to Slate’s show about dating while mentally ill, the new culture of “no body talk” at sleepaway camp, and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
In this week’s Gabfest, Slate editors Hanna Rosin and Jessica Winter and New York editor Noreen Malone talk to Molly Pohlig about her Slate article on dating while mentally ill. Then, the “no body talk” culture of sleepaway camp and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
Listen to Slate’s show about women losing in court while gays are winning, surrogacy, and summer reading.
In this week’s Gabfest, Slate senior editor Jessica Winter joins Outward editor June Thomas and New York editor Noreen Malone to discuss why women are losing ground in the courts while gays are gaining, surrogacy, and beach reading. Is Infinite Jest a beach read, or will it just weigh down your tote bag?
Listen to Slate’s show about Terry Richardson and Dov Charney, Lana Del Rey, and freezing your eggs.
In this week’s Gabfest, Slate senior editor Jessica Winter joins Outward editor June Thomas and New York editor Noreen Malone to discuss those creepy deposed kings of hipster culture Terry Richardson and Dov Charney, and the artifice of Lana Del Rey. Then they talk to BuzzFeed executive editor Doree Shafrir about her piece “I Was Sure Freezing My Eggs Would Solve Everything.”