Washington Monthly’s “doing better financially than at any other point in its history”

Columbia Journalism Review
The magazine, which turns 40 this week, is famous for is its legion of alumni. “The low pay-scale practically dictates that its young editors don’t work there for long before striking out for more high profile and higher paying gigs, a path trod by Katherine Boo, James Fallows, and Jon Meacham, among many others,” writes Clint Hendler. || Nicholas Lemann: The magazine’s history “is a generally happy one, punctuated by regular financial crises.”

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