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Mad Magazine Cartoonist Jack Davis Dies

Jack Davis, the iconic Mad Magazine cartoonist, died Wednesday morning. He was 91. "There wasn't anything Jack couldn't do," said MAD editor John Ficarra. "Front covers, caricatures, sports scenes, monsters -- his comedic range was just incredible. Show More Summary

Liberal Magazine, ‘Forced Into a Corner’ by China, Girds for Battle

The editors at Yanhuang Chunqiu have chosen open resistance as the authorities try to install editors who march more closely to the political tune of President Xi Jinping.

A day in the life of Robbie Myers, the high-powered editor of one of fashion's most important magazines

As the top creative mind of what remains one of America's most important fashion magazines, Elle editor-in-chief Robbie Myers lives a fairly glamorous life. But Myers is no Miranda Priestly, who you probably remember as the terrifying...Show More Summary

Dean Baquet: ‘Journalism Is Better Than it Ever Was’

New York Times executive editor sounds a note of optimism in New York magazine cover story.

Why Do We Pretend to Clean Up Ocean Oil Spills?

Many scientists describe such efforts as 'prime-time theatre.' Yet the farce continues. [Editor's note: This article is from Hakai Magazine, an online publication about science and society in coastal ecosystems. Read more stories like...Show More Summary

Sophie Choudry in Sandro at Jitesh Pillai Party

Sophie was one of the many celebs who attended Filmfare editor Jitesh Pillai’s 10 years at the magazine celebrations. She went all black at the party wearing a Sandro dress with sexy Aquazzura sandals and a Valentino clutch. She looked good. Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani The post Sophie Choudry in Sandro at Jitesh Pillai Party appeared first on High Heel Confidential.

Lee Baca's elite running days shed light on the former sheriff's conduct

To the editor: I interviewed then-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca in 2007 for an article published in a national running magazine. We had met a few weeks earlier at a 5-kilometer run in Playa del Rey, where he won the race in his age category. (“Six months in prison is better than nothing for former...

Books of The Times: Review: Terry McDonell’s ‘The Accidental Life,’ an Editor’s Rollicking Magazine Memoir

Mr. McDonell recounts a career editing writers like Hunter S. Thompson, Peter Matthiessen and Thomas McGuane.

12 Natural Sunburn Cures

by the editors of Prevention magazine Your day of summer fun is winding down and what do you know? You got burned and now you need a sunburn remedy. You know that UV exposure can cause skin to age quickly and trigger skin cancer, but...Show More Summary

Embattled Magazine Editors Choose to Silence a Liberal Voice

Top editors at a beleaguered Chinese magazine known for challenging Communist Party orthodoxy said they would rather pull the plug on the publication than watch it get co-opted by authorities.Du Daozheng, the 93-year-old publisher of...Show More Summary

‘GQ’ Asked Hollywood Stars to Say What They Really Think About Matt Damon

Ahead of the release of Jason Bourne, GQ magazine are honoring the star of the film, Matt Damon, by splashing him across its cover and asking his fellow celebrities what they really think about him. The magazine’s editors have put together a handy guide to the habits, quirks, and inner life of the honest-to-God screen legend, as told by […]

Matt Damon Has a Wonderful Story About Meeting Prince

Matt Damon is promoting the fifth Bourne movie (I honestly hope they make a thousand of those things) on the cover of this month’s GQ, and—in a twist—the magazine’s editors chose to interview other people about the actor for their story. Show More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Rachel Hofstetter, co-founder of guesterly and VP Marketing, Chatbooks

Rachel Hofstetter For years, Rachel Hofstetter was paid to eat and drink as the food editor at O, the Oprah Magazine. Besides the copious amounts of chocolate and cheese, her favorite part of the job was telling the stories of up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

Report: Ailes out at Fox News

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Gabriel Sherman, National Affairs Editor at New York Magazine, reports that Fox News boss Roger Ailes is being "removed" by the Murdochs. He's been nailed by the company's internal probe into him, triggered by claims of sexual harassment...Show More Summary

Cleveland Shows Some Love in the Prelude to Republican National Convention Week

This week, New Girl creator Liz Meriwether will be in Cleveland covering the Republican National Convention for Vulture. “We have bulletproof vests for you,” a New York Magazine editor told the journalists coming to Cleveland on a conference call this past Wednesday. “Oh my God!” I responded. My voice was very weird ... More »

Freelance Writing Workshop: Crafting the Perfect Pitch

Breaking into a new magazine or online publication as a freelancer can be a herculean pain. It takes convincing an editor who is (most likely) unfamiliar with you and your work that you can be trusted with an assignment, appropriately understand the tone of the publication, and have the writing and reporting chops to follow through. Show More Summary

THIS IS WHAT FUNDAMENTAL TRANSFORMATION LOOKS LIKE: Editor of the magazine whose found once dubbed t…

THIS IS WHAT FUNDAMENTAL TRANSFORMATION LOOKS LIKE: Editor of the magazine whose found once dubbed the 20th century “The American Century” now says “Enough Already With ‘All Lives Matter.’” But given that millions of Americans disgusted with the magazine’s decades of leftwing bias after the death of its center-right founder have replied “Enough already with […]

Era Ends With Four Seasons Restaurant Closing

“There’s Henry Kissinger, that’s Arthur Schlesinger…do you think you’d like to live here in New York?” That was my first and only boss in Manhattan, Barbara Kafka, then Food Editor of Vogue Magazine, attempting business seduction over lunch in the Grill Room of the famed Four Seasons Restaurant, slated to close [...]

Reading List: July/August 2016

The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the July/August 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Dan Bellm The last great Russian novel has apparently been written by a Cuban, one best known for an excellent series of noir detective yarns set in Havana. Leonardo […]

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