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Cornwall’s Got Game - Editor's score: 63

So does Harry de Roth The post Cornwall’s Got Game appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

The Scandalous Dance of Zakary Grey - Editor's score: 60

This kid's got a future in dancing The post The Scandalous Dance of Zakary Grey appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Jerome Forrest’s West Oz Reel - Editor's Rating: 64

Wish your homecourt looked like this? The post Jerome Forrest’s West Oz Reel appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Michael Hall appointed Editor of The Burlington Magazine

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Michael Hall appointed Editor of The Burlington Magazine it was announced today (1 December 2016). Michael Hall will take up his new position on 2 May 2017. He succeeds Frances Spalding C.B.E., who left in August 2016. Michael Hall was editor of Apollo from 2004 to 2010, during which time he oversaw the editorial transformation of the magazine. Show More Summary

CHURCHILL ON FILM: The Cinematic Life of Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #3 of the Anglotopia Magazine last August. With Churchill’s Birthday being yesterday, we thought it would be fun to share it. You can subscribe to the Anglotopia Magazine here....Show More Summary

Self Magazine Goes Digital-Only

In a move Condé Nast is billing as a “transformation,” a nice word to describe the layoffs happening across all their properties, Self is cutting their print publication. The editor of their website, Carolyn Kylstra, is taking over as Editor-in-Chief of the whole publication, replacing Joyce Chang. Fewer than 20… Read more...

Central Coast Delights - Editor's Rating: 65/100

Noah, Nate, and Dylan find the fun in Central Cal. The post Central Coast Delights appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

France In The Fall With Vincent Duvignac - Editor's Rating: 83/100

Threading through Hossegor. The post France In The Fall With Vincent Duvignac appeared first on SURFING Magazine.

Hundreds of cartoonists are creating a newspaper to protest Trump’s view of women

THE NEW YORKER magazine’s art editor is helping to launch a political newspaper in direct response to the election of Donald Trump. Françoise Mouly, who has been the magazine’s art director since 1993, and daughter Nadja Spiegelman will edit Resist!, a comics tabloid that calls upon artists to communicate through illustration how they feel about […]

An H.G. Wells Ghost Story Joins the Canon of Rediscovered Manuscripts by Famous Writers

The newest H.G. Wells story, appearing this week in The Strand magazine, lay undiscovered for decades amongst the late author’s files. Until recently: Andrew Gulli, the managing editor for The Strand Magazine, was sifting through “tens of thousands of pages of works” belonging to Wells that are in storage at the University Of Illinois, and he found […]

Apple taps Wired Magazine’s creative director to join its design team

According to a new report from Recode, Apple has recently hired one of the top editors from Wired to join its design team. Billy Sorrentino is Wired’s creative director and while the publication confirmed that he will be joining Apple’s design team, it couldn’t offer more details or specifics at this point. more… Filed under: Apple

Reading List: November 2016

The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the November 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Kaveh Akbar It’s a funny thing to be writing this again so soon (I recommended six new collections for last month’s reading list!) but I’m glad for the opportunity, […]

New York Mag Recommends Poetry for the Holidays: Natalie Diaz, Cathy Park Hong, Gertrude Stein, Anna Akhmatova . . .

New York Magazine editors are recommending 13 new poetry books for the holidays (that’s right, list-season is upon us). “Balms for the soul,” they call them! Writer Mike Albo gives you as much reason as any: “You are greatly helping out the poets of the world. Poets make zero money, especially from their books, but […]

Between Aphra Behn and Jane Austen

Today instead of writing about books I’ll write about a podcast about books.Earlier this year Helen Lewis, deputy editor of the British magazine The New Statesman, hosted six conversations for its podcast Hidden Histories. That first...Show More Summary

Are You A Good Guest? A Quiz From 1944

Editor’s note: This excerpt/quiz is taken from a magazine published in the 1940s.  Personal relationships and social contacts are acknowledged to be important to successful living. It is well worth considering how we treat our friends’ hospitality. Show More Summary

Leica Sweeps Coveted “Editor’s Choice” Awards in Outdoor Life Annual Binoculars Review

Allendale, NJ: In the October 2016 issue, Outdoor Life magazine editors have recognized the superior performance and value of the full-sized Leica Trinovid HD 10×42 and mid-sized Leica Ultravid HD-Plus 8×32 binoculars by bestowing each with its coveted “Editor’s Choice” award — a Leica sweep for the binocular categories reviewed. Show More Summary

Editor Resigns After Posting White Supremacist's Addresses

Michael Hirsh, the national editor of Politico Magazine, resigned Tuesday, hours after publishing the home addresses of a white nationalist leader, CNN reports. "Stop whining about Richard B. Spencer, Nazi, and exercise your rights as decent Americans. Here are his two addresses..." Hirsh posted on Facebook. Spencer is the president...

Black Editors Discuss What Trump's America Means For Minorities

Kyra Kyles, the editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine, and Darnell Moore, senior editor at, joined The Huffington Post Black Voices’ “The Breakdown” last Thursday to discuss the impact that President-elect Donald Trump’s victoryShow More Summary

Deborah Needleman Steps Down As Editor of 'T' Magazine

In a memo sent to staff at The New York Times on Monday, the paper's Executive Editor Dean Baquet announced that Deborah Needleman will soon be stepping down as editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. "I'll let her tell you what she will do next, but it... Continue reading

Accidental Appropriation: White Model on Cover of Black-Hair Magazine Has Readers Wigging Out

In today’s “Well, ain’t that about a bitch” news … Early Monday morning, the editors of Blackhair magazine issued a statement apologizing to readers for a mistake they made on the cover of their December/January 2017 cover. No, it wasn’t a spelling error. The publication, aimed at black women and, as the magazine’s name implies, […]

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