After Barbara Epstein died of lung cancer on Friday, June 16, at the age of 77, it was natural for the large circle of people—many of whom came to know her over four decades of editing The New York Review of Books—to remember her intellectual prowess and her skill as an editor.
Also her bubbly, Read More
As Bill Keller ascends to the No. 2 editing position at The New York Times , the newly colorful paper of record is starting to get even tougher on conflicts of interest, particularly when it comes to the activities of one’s spouse. And the first to feel the sting is Hollywood correspondent Bernard Weinraub.
Mr. Read More