Jenny Powers, host of Broadcast: Broads Building Businesses, interviewed Melanie Notkin on the occasion of the upcoming 7th Annual Auntie's Day on Sunday, July 26, to learn more about how she started ...Read More »
Melanie believes that being childless for her was due to circumstance. She always wanted to find love, get married, and have a child with that man and yet she remained single. She is 46 and always exp...Read More »
Author of 'Otherhood' shines light on women who are childless because they didn't find the right partner.
By Nara Schoenberg
Melanie Notkin could not have been clearer about her desire to have c...Read More »
"Magda (48) is the protagonist of this story. Amen journalist, is a real PANK, Melanie Notkin established term, a Canadian [sic - American] marketer to define the Professional Aunt No Kids. We would t...Read More »
Independent and Courageous Dreamers:Tias PANK
(Via Google Translate:) Aunts Pank: They project a femininity that is not reduced to motherhood but of love for her nephews. Aunts Pank: Beyond a succ...Read More »
In the continued global reach of the PANK demographic, Argentina's La Gaceta features Melanie Notkin's PANKs based on a study by Ana Alejandra Fuentes Cuiñas, a professor and researcher at UADE (Argen...Read More »
Rush Limbaugh comments on the same-day New York Post interview of Melanie Notkin on dating, chivalry and Mad Men.
"RUSH: Now, the final episode of Mad Men is Sunday night, and the New York Post wen...Read More »
In the days leading up to the series finale of Mad Men, the New York Post interviewed Melanie Notkin on how dating has changed since the Mad Men era. Notkin shared thoughts from her book, Otherhood: M...Read More »