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Are Women's Magazines the Key to Creating More Women Writers? [Ladymags]

There's been an ongoing discussion about how poorly represented women are among the ranks of magazine writers. For instance, women wrote just 26.44 percent of New Yorker stories last year and only 16 percent of those in Harper's. But Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation (which does a bit better women-wise than some of its competition) has some interesting ideas on how we might change that.
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