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Robert Stein, veteran journalist, magazine editor, book editor, blogger and TMV co-blogger dies

Robert Stein, the veteran Greatest Generation journalist, magazine editor, book editor and, later in life, superb blogger, has passed away. He was a co-blogger here at TMV, admired by its writers and readers. I also had the pleasure of visiting him for a few hours at his Connecticut home about 7 years ago. We’ll have [...]

Miles McMillan Channels 70?s Style for Sleek

Retro Vibe–Playing the role of a 70?s football player, model Miles McMillan (Nest) graces the pages of the latest issue of Sleek magazine, appearing before the lens of Juliane Spaete. Teaming up with fashion editor Lorena Maza, Spaete...Show More Summary

Global Warmist, Heal Thyself

Editor's Note: This column originally appeared in the July issue of Townhall Magazine. The global warming fear mongers are at it...

InStyle forgets to promote film, runs 'correction'

Celebrities often covet magazine covers as a way to scoop up publicity for their latest movie roles or other work. They give editors some skinny on their personal lives in exchange for the chance to... To view the full story, click the title link.

Long all-volunteer, Guernica Mag looks toward paying its contributors

Ten years after a professor told Guernica Magazine founder and editor in chief Michael Archer to open a free magazine and let it fail as an experience, the publication is still up and running. In the past decade, even as online writing outlets have proliferated, Guernica has continued to attract writers and editors to its pages, all working without the...

Thai editor held for four days, accused of violating martial law

Thanapol Eawsakul, editor and founder of Fah Diew Gahn (Same Sky) news magazine, a tri-monthly Thai-language publication, was arrested on July 5, 2014, in a Bangkok café, according to news reports. He was held on a seven-day detention order, the maximum period allowable without a trial under martial law, and...

National Journal Hires Bob Moser and Ben Pershing

National Journal‘s Editor-in-Chief Tim Grieve this afternoon announced internally the hiring of two editors, Bob Moser from the American Prospect as senior editor of the magazine and Ben Pershing as Washington editor to oversee NJ’s coverage of Congress and the White House. See Grieve’s email to staff, after the jump. Show More Summary

Ashley Tisdale talks going gay for “Young & Hungry”

3 days agoLGBT / Lesbian : After Ellen

The producer of the ABC Family comedy guest stars as a lesbian magazine editor with a crush on Gabi. The post Ashley Tisdale talks going gay for “Young & Hungry” appeared first on AfterEllen.com.

Salvation and Conservation, or Ruination and Confiscation?

Editor's note: This column originally appeared in the July issue of Townhall Magazine. “I’ve preserved more than 3 million acres of...

CEO Mike Sheehan says Boston Globe is profitable

CommonWealth magazine editor Bruce Mohl interviews Boston Globe chief executive officer Mike Sheehan in the just-posted summer issue. The most interesting takeaway is that the Globe, according to Sheehan, is currently profitable: The Boston Globe is a profitable enterprise. I think it can be more profitable, but it’s a profitable enterprise. Look, we’re not going to run […]

The Atlantic Announces Several Promotions and Hires

The Atlantic has announced a few promotions and hires. Details are below. Alexis Madrigal has been promoted from senior editor of The Atlantic to deputy editor of TheAtlantic.com, a new role at the magazine. He has covered science and technology for the glossy since 2010. Julie Beck has been named the new editor of TheAtlantic.com’s Health Channel. Show More Summary

What's The Point Of Points? Wine Spectator Responds

Wine Spectator executive editor Thomas Matthews explains the purpose of that magazine's points rating system. [ more › ]

Reading List: July/August 2014

The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the July/August issue share some books that held their interest. Traci Brimhall As a new mom, I haven’t gotten the chance to read grown up books lately. I have, however, rediscovered the pleasure of rhyme. I’ve also reconnected with some [...]

Crystal's Dramatic Home in San Francisco — House Tour

Name: Crystal Gentilello, Co-founder & Editor in Chief of Rue Magazine Location: San Francisco, CA Size: 1,600 square feet Years lived in: Since February 2011 When you get an e-mail from Crystal Gentilello, co-founder of Rue Magazine,...Show More Summary

Go, Read: Bob Levin On Patrick Rosenkranz's S. Clay Wilson Book

It's over at TCJ.com. The editors of the Journal had a weird week that involved their wondering out loud whether to kill their comments -- which given the tradition of "Blood & Thunder" in the print magazine is a testier issue for them...Show More Summary

Carol Loomis, Editor for Warren Buffett, Leaves Job After 60 Years

Ms. Loomis, 85, is retiring from Fortune magazine to a world of bridge playing and — you guessed it — continuing to edit her old friend’s writing.

The Loomis era

Carol Loomis's extraordinary career is being celebrated around the media world on word of her retirement after 60 (that's six-oh) years at Fortune. As many, including the magazine's managing editor, Andrew Serwer, have noted, people just don't work at the same place for that long, or even a sixth that long, very much anymore. Her career, starting in 1954...

AP Finds Its Next East Coast Lifestyles & Entertainment Editor

Shelley Acoca (pictured), most recently an editor for Fox News Magazine, has a killer new job. Starting in August, she will be AP’s east coast lifestyles & entertainment editor. Acoca, whose career has also encompassed Newsday and the Miami Herald, will be based in New York City. Show More Summary

How Gluck, 300 years old today, inspired a dying opera singer to finish the show

Once in a while, Greek myths have contemporary resonance. In the Times Magazine in February there was a painfully and beautifully written reminiscence by the BBC’s Business Editor Robert Preston. He wrote about meeting the love of his life, the novelist Siân Busby, as a teenager, but he failed to propose to her because he [...]

Journalism's bright future (is a lie?)

Since 1985, the George T. Delacorte Center at Columbia Journalism School has hosted a lecture series on magazine journalism. Over the years, a slew of famous editors (David Remnick, Chris Anderson, Gloria Steinem, Hilton Kramer) and some of their less-famous colleagues (Adam Pitluk, Roberta Myers, James R. Gaines) have held forth on everything from how to talk to an art...

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