Dear Prudence (advice column)

Dear Prudence
Dear Prudence is an advice column appearing several times weekly in the online magazine Slate and syndicated to over 200 newspapers.wikipedia
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Dear Prudence is an advice column appearing several times weekly in the online magazine Slate and syndicated to over 200 newspapers.
Slate features regular and semi-regular columns such as Explainer, Moneybox, Spectator, Transport, and Dear Prudence.

Emily Yoffe

On 9 February 2006, "Dear Prudence" was taken over by Slate staffer Emily Yoffe.
From 1998 to 2016 she was a regular contributor to Slate magazine, notably as Dear Prudence.

Herbert Stein

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Slate's archive currently indicates that the author of those first columns was Herbert Stein.
Herbert Stein was also the original writer for the advice column Dear Prudence.

Daniel M. Lavery

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On 9 November 2015, Slate announced that Daniel M. Lavery, writer and co-founder of The Toast, would take up the "Prudence" role from Yoffe.
He co-founded the website The Toast and has written the books Texts from Jane Eyre (2014) and The Merry Spinster (2018) as well as Slate's "Dear Prudence" advice column.

Margo Howard

While similarly anonymous at first, the new author of the column was eventually revealed to be Margo Howard, the daughter of Esther Lederer, aka Ann Landers.
For eight years, Howard wrote the Dear Prudence column featured in Slate magazine.

Ask Ann Landers

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While similarly anonymous at first, the new author of the column was eventually revealed to be Margo Howard, the daughter of Esther Lederer, aka Ann Landers.
Lederer's daughter Margo Howard (who wrote Dear Prudence) said the column would end, according to Lederer's wishes.

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Dear Prudence is an advice column appearing several times weekly in the online magazine Slate and syndicated to over 200 newspapers.

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Dear Prudence is an advice column appearing several times weekly in the online magazine Slate and syndicated to over 200 newspapers.

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Beginning in the summer of 2007, when Slate video magazine Slate V was launched, Yoffe also appeared in short, videorecorded Dear Prudence clips, illustrated with animations.

The Toast

On 9 November 2015, Slate announced that Daniel M. Lavery, writer and co-founder of The Toast, would take up the "Prudence" role from Yoffe.

The Beatles

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The title of the column is a reference to the Beatles song "Dear Prudence".

Dear Prudence

The title of the column is a reference to the Beatles song "Dear Prudence".

John Ortberg

Daniel M. Lavery is the founder, writer and editor of the popular feminist humor blog The Toast and the current author of the "Dear Prudence" advice column for the Slate online magazine.