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  • September 26, 2011
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New York Times: Let’s Hear It for Aunthood

The New York Times Styles Let's Hear it for The Aunts

 

In April, Melanie Notkin, a social-media entrepreneur, seized on this underrepresented underclass with “Savvy Auntie: The Ultimate Guide for Cool Aunts, Great-Aunts, Godmothers, and All Women Who Love Kids” (William Morrow). Her book is a spinoff of her Web site, savvyauntie.com, which aims to be an “all-inclusive guide” for what she calls PANKs: Professional Aunts No Kids. It’s a rallying girl-call in high chick-lit style: lots of hot pink and cheerful advice filed under rubrics like “Auntre-Nous: Straight Talk for the Childless Auntie” and “The Importance of QualAuntie Time.”

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For general press inquiries:
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Literary Agent: Jennifer Joel, ICM Partners JJoel@icmpartners.com

Book to TV & Film Agent: Josie Freedman, ICM Partners JFreedman@icmpartners.com

Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Award Seal usage rights: For all licensing and permission requests or for more information of the "Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Awards" Seal - Wright’s Media is the only authorized company that we’ve partnered with for the Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Awards program. Please contact Wright’s Media at
SavvyAuntie@Wrightsmedia.com

For licensing and permission requests or for more information for the Savvy Auntie®, PANK®, Otherhood®, Auntie's Day® brands and brand assets, please contact Stacey Reiner at Remarkable Brands:
stacey@remarkablebrandsinc.com