Beth Newell knows how to deliver a joke. As editor of the fake women’s magazine Reductress, which she co-founded with fellow comedian Sarah Pappalardo, she regularly publishes absurdist (and incredibly of-the-moment) satire like “Trendy Crop Tops for Harvesting Dick,” “I Gave Myself the Prettiest Braid Ever, So Now It Is ... More »
The editor-in-chief of women's magazine Marie Claire bit off more than she could chew Monday when she attacked a conservative blogger for "shaming women," only...
This is a new part of my 30-Day Editing Challenge. Start at the beginning or find other days here. The editors of literary magazines (myself included) will tell you again and again that a story is made and lost by its first page so much of the time. Again and again I see stories that …
Though Cosmopolitan’s already signed up for the scripted show Issues , a new report suggests they’ll be diving into reality as well. Read more...
People who died last week: Aleppo’s most dedicated pediatrician, Dr Muhammad Waseem Maaz, who was killed in the Syrian airstrike that destroyed Al Quds Hospital. The editor of Bangladesh’s only LGBT magazine, Xulhaz Mannan, who was brutally hacked to death in the… Continue Reading ?
‘KEANU’ Screening Brings Out Big Stars In New York Various New York influencers enjoyed a special screening of the new film ‘KEANU’. Hosted by VIBE Magazine, the screening kicked off with an introduction from VIBE editor Mike Yi followed
Earlier this week we reported on the fatal machete attack on two gay activists in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Xulhaz Mannan (pictured), a gay rights activist and the editor of Bangladesh’s first LGBT magazine Roopbaan and Mahbub Tonoy, also a...Show More Summary
The April 2016 issue of Food Technology magazine published by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) features Contributing Editor A. Elizabeth Sloan's insights on the top 10 functional food trends for 2016. Sloan gathered data from a multitude of industry resources to come up with the following trends.
“Over the years there would be female secretaries, copywriters, reviewers, and editors at Knopf. There would be women in charge of little magazines and the children’s-book divisions of big publishers. But there would be no other woman in the publishing industry with the status of Blanche Knopf—either in the 1920s, when she signed Langston Hughes […]
Cynthia Ann Schemmer is a Philly-based writer and managing editor of the very awesome She Shreds magazine. She also plays guitar in Radiator Hospital and makes music of her own sometimes. (Her contribution to The Le Sigh Vol. II compilation is a particular highlight.) Next month, she’ll release Drawing Down the Moon, her debut album […]
Two employees of Bangladesh’s first and only LGBTQ magazine, Roopbaan, have been brutally murdered in an apartment building in Dhaka, the country’s capital. The magazine’s editor Xulhaz Mannan, 35, and a colleague, Tanay Mojumdar, were hacked to death by a group of assailants. Show More Summary
The killings of gay rights activist Xulhaz Mannan and his friend are the latest in a recent string of grisly attacks in the country.
In the July/August issue of WD, Creative Nonfiction is among the handpicked venues spotlighted in our Standout Markets column. In this special online exclusive, we share an expanded Q&A with Creative Nonfiction’s managing editor, Hattie Fletcher. The post Standout Markets Spotlight: Creative Nonfiction magazine appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
The quarterly magazine has been reduced to three issues a year. CD reviews editor Tom Moore has been laid off. Subscriptions are said to be markedly down and the board has ordered immediate economies. Donald Rosenberg was brought in as editor in April 2014 in the hope of boosting circulation. A former critic on the […]
RELIGION OF PEACE UPDATE: Editor of LGBT magazine hacked to death in Bangladesh. A group of assailants stormed the home of Xulhaz Mannan, a staffer for the U.S. Agency for International Development, stabbing him and a friend to death, police told The Daily Star. Mannan was a senior editor of Roopbaan, the first gay rights […]
Two years after the editor Adam Moss told Pamela Wasserstein she ought to run the magazine bought by her father in 2004, she’s becoming chief of its parent company.
Bangladesh police say a top gay rights activist and editor at the country's only LGBT magazine is one of two people who have been hacked to death. The U.S. ambassador to Bangladesh condemned the killing of Roopbaan editor Xulhaz Mannan, who also worked at the U.S. Show More Summary
According to sources, Xulhaz Mannan was hacked to death.
Specs Current gig Editor in chief, ESPN The Magazine Previous gig Editor in chief, espnW Age 39 Twitter @alisonoverholt Adweek: There's been a lot of buzz around the fact that you're the first female editor of a national sports magazine. Show More Summary
The editor of Bangladesh’s only LGBT magazine has been hacked to death in an apartment, according to the Guardian. Xulhaz Mannan and one other person were killed in the country’s capital, Dhaka. Police are saying at least one other person was injured, according to International Business Times. Show More Summary