New Yorker editor works hard to make it seem as if he’s not working hard

New York Times
David Remnick “likes to pretend that there’s no sweat,” says New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell. “He cruises around and chats with people and then disappears and writes thousands of words in 15 minutes. It’s all part of that ‘making it look easy’ thing.”

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