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"The entire editorial staff shared a feeling, and it was dismissed,” former managing editor Hasan Altaf said.
The departure is reportedly due to "editorial differences."
Iris Apfel, who, at 93-years-old is fronting major ad campaigns and even recently starred in a documentary about her fabulous
Negotiators from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are in Washington this week for a new round of talks which they hope will lead them closer to agreement on the trade deal. President Obama has called passage of TPP a "high priority."
Growing up on the south side of Chicago, Gwendolyn Brooks read and wrote as a child. Her first poem was published when she was 14 years old. She attended college but could not find suitable work during the Depression
In the August 2013 issue of Harper's magazine, there's a feature story on "the dismal future of the global fishery." In conjunction
The following suggested itinerary is a mix that includes a dash of royalty, avoiding napping, getting exercise and making all my "nesting" purchases so I can start work (or pleasure) on Day two.
John R. MacArthur is publisher of Harper's Magazine and a monthly contributor to The Providence Journal, among other publications
Spanning more than 30 years, from the 1970s through the present, and featuring manuscripts, correspondence, professional files and teaching material the archive covers the breadth of T.C. Boyle's prolific career.
I’m still asked surprisingly often about “Scent of a Woman’s Ink,” which Harper’s Magazine published more than a decade ago
If you’re already a David Foster Wallace fan we’re guessing that you won’t need our help pointing out that tomorrow marks
New Yorker, Harper's, NYRB and TNR Editors on the Dearth of Female Bylines After my post last month about the gender disparity
Harper's, the venerable monthly magazine, has been torn asunder over the formation of a union by staffers, New York's Gabriel
It so happened I was at that very time receiving life-altering benefits from an anti-depressant, as were many of my friends
Don Peck, writing in The Atlantic this month, shares Corcoran's concern: UPDATE 10.8.10: The economy sheds 95,000 more jobs
This is not really a new disease with me. it's just a variation on an old one. For most of my life I have needed to have
Just a week after being unceremoniously ousted as the editor of Harper's Magazine, Roger Hodge has a book proposal out on
The U.S. government has long maintained that three Guantánamo prisoners -- Salah Al-Salami (37), from Yemen, and Mani Al