As we've just told you repeatedly now, Jonathan Holmes is stepping back from the overarching role of Editor-in-Chief, and various familiar faces are stepping up to absorb his duties as co-Editors-in-Chief. It's a pretty good deal. Holmes...Show More Summary
When David Talbot, founder and former editor in chief of Salon, told a writer friend about an idea he had for investigative books on critical issues that would fill a gap left by the devastating cuts at newspapers and magazines, his friend introduced him to a like-minded publisher, Skyhorse founder Tony Lyons. Show More Summary
To The Readers: Editor Mike Williams Introduces A New Era For NME And A New Free Weekly Magazine
It didn’t take long for magazine veteran David Swanson to find a new home. Swanson, who has served as associate editor at Rolling Stone (2000-2007), senior editor at Men’s Journal (2007) and as both features and deputy editor at Maxim magazine (2007-2015), is the new features editor at Details. Show More Summary
Tuesday, June 30th was a very good day. Two activists in Swaziland, Africa’s last absolute monarchy, walked free after serving over a year of a two-year prison sentence. Bhekithemba (Bheki) Makhubu, editor of The Nation magazine, and Thulani Maseko, an human rights … Please continue reading.
Take a peek at some of the highlights from 14 of our most memorable issues, including the guest teachers, models, and wellness experts who have shaped the magazine. The post YJ Flashback: 14 Memorable Covers the Editors Still Love appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Virginia Beach native Peggy Sijswerda can remember when her hometown was a sleepy little city covered in cornfields. Today, acting as editor and publisher of two regional magazines keeps Peggy more than busy, but she still makes time...Show More Summary
For ten years Make: Magazine has been sharing stories of people making incredible projects, from flying robots to whittled spoons to bee keeping, and has been a central pillar of the maker movement. Helping to ferry that enthusiasm along is Mike Senese. Read more...
Words: Lydia Hughes, Editor at nudemole magazine Having spent her formative years training as a bespoke tailor on Savile Row under Edward Sexton - the man responsible for creating clothing for stars like The Rolling Stones - Leanne Clulee has gone on to thread her philosophy on fashion sustainability into her practice. Show More Summary
The Huffington Post, which gets a big, fancy New York Times Magazine feature this weekend, recruits Karen Mahabir from the Associated Press, where she had been digital products producer. She’ll be managing editor of news, overseeing the assignment desk and helping to organize the growth of the global news units… Nigel M. Show More Summary
AARP The Magazine doesn’t view retirement as a consolation prize for getting older. Instead, this publication geared toward the 50-and-over set “celebrates all the possibilities of life after 50,” according to executive editor Margaret...Show More Summary
Sometimes, the headline says it all. To wit, here’s one today from New York magazine, part of “Stoner Week,” a week-long themed content Vulture series: New York senior editor David Marchesese told The Denver Post’s Ricardo Baca thatShow More Summary
Title: Copy Editor Application deadline: July 10th, 2015 Muslim Matters is an established digital magazine that regularly delivers award-winning content to readers residing all over the English-speaking world. Our mission is to provide...Show More Summary
Welcome back to the New York Magazine Competition. On alternate Mondays, we lay out a challenge and offer a sample responses. Enter in the comments section, or on Twitter with the hashtag we've provided, and the editors will select a winner. Criteria are highly subjective, but heavily retweeted and favorited posts will have an advantage. The prize... More »
Via New York Magazine: Lucy Pawle, a CNN International editor who was passing the parade on her way home, was shocked to see one of the revelers, "this man, quite distinctive from the rest of the crowd," waving "a very bad mimicry" of the black and white ISIS flag. Show More Summary
“Here we learn how to pronounce it and how to use it, as well as how to avoid it, if desired.” One of the magazine’s copy editors, Mary Norris, explains the diaeresis in the latest episode of the podcast Comma Queen.
Today, we continue our ongoing series in which we sit down with influential leaders on key issues. Last quarter, we spoke to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Now, we talk with the first female editor of National Geographic Magazine, Susan Goldberg, to talk about their unique style of journalism, their focus on [...]
The author is a forward for the NWSL’s Washington Spirit. A Connecticut native who starred at Penn State, she has also played for clubs in Finland, Brazil, Sweden, Denmark and Canada. She is editor of Our Game Magazine, co-founder of a Connecticut-based youth club called girlsCAN and blogs regularly on her personal website. This being a World Cup year, […]
Over the years MAD magazine has done many Star Wars parodies and now they are collected in one awesome book. The MAD about Star Wars Hard Cover Edition comes from an editor who’s worked both for MAD and Lucasfilm. Now you can read through MAD Magazine’s parodies of the Star Wars franchise over the years, […]
A couple of days ago I received in the mail (thanks to editor Phyllis Galde) copies of the two most recent issues of Fate magazine. Like many print-based publications on the world of the paranormal, Fate has felt the brunt of the electronic age. It’s very good,...