There are few jobs in publishing more prestigious than The Paris Review. Taking the editor post at the quarterly is Lorin Stein, a Farrar Straus Giroux editor who’ll replace Philip Gourevitch, who left last November. While there have been editors who jumped for prestige magazine jobs — Robert Gottlieb left Simon & Schuster to replace William Shawn at The New Yorker — those jumps have been few and far between lately. Book publishing is tough, but magazines are in worse shape.
Farrar Straus Editor Off To Paris Review
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