Caitlin Flanagan at the National Magazine Awards



WINNING PIECES

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"The Sanguine Sex" (March 2007)
bortion and the bloodiness of being female.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"Babes in the Woods" (July/August 2007)
Anybody could be tracking your children online. Even me.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"No Girlfriend of Mine" (November 2007)
One woman’s estrangement from Hillary Rodham Clinton.

FINALISTS

ESSAYS
"How Serfdom Saved the Women's Movement" (March 2004)
Dispatches from the Nanny wars.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"The Wifely Duty" (January/February 2003)
Marriage used to provide access to sex. Now it provides access to celibacy.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"Housewife Confidential" (September 2003)
A tribute to the old-fashioned housewife, and to Erma Bombeck, her champion and guide.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" (November 2003)
Is it time to cancel the wedding?

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"Leaving It to the Professionals" (March 2002)
Clearing away clutter is no substitute for keeping house.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"What Price Valor?" (June 2002)
Bravura displays of reproductive technology may shortchange the children.

REVIEWS AND CRITICISM
"Home Alone" (September 2002)
It's all too easy to deride Martha Stewart, but the attacks on her often point up how much there is to admire.