Nick Trautwein has been hired as a senior editor at The New Yorker, reports John Koblin. The magazine got special dipensation to break their hiring freeze and fill Emily Eakin’s vacancy after she left for medical reasons.
David Remnick offered the following testimonial to Trautwein’s merits:
“Anyone whose resume includes playing sax in Read More
Nick Trautwein, an editor at Penguin Press, has just been hired as a senior editor at The New Yorker.
He is replacing Emily Eakin, who is leaving the magazine for medical reasons. As we reported a few weeks ago, The New Yorker had to get a green light from the higher-ups at Conde Nast Read More
The Penguin Press, which has been one pair of hands short since Vanessa Mobley’s departure at the end of January, has hired Nick Trautwein of Bloomsbury to edit nonfiction.
Mr. Trautwein, who came to publishing from magazines, has been at Bloomsbury since 2006; while there, he edited such titles as Edmund White’s A Read More