July 21, 2010

New York Observer
“I don’t think [executive editor Bill Keller] has any complaints about the magazine, and he said, ‘I could read a magazine you’re editing as long as you wanted to edit it,'” departing Times Magazine editor Gerry Marzorati tells John Koblin. “I don’t know if that’s true or not, or that’s something you say to somebody when you want them to do something else, but I didn’t feel shoved out, to be honest.”
> Earlier coverage of the departing Times Magazine editor

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