Thursday, September 7, 2017

Graydon Carter steps down at Vanity Fair

In a very nice essay, David Kamp bids Carter farewell.

The rumors, of course, are that this isn't an isolated thing, but part of something much bigger.


I'm young enough that I can't even remember a time when Carter wasn't at Vanity Fair.

I certainly don't remember him being at Spy, though I never followed Spy.

It's a shame, and quite a loss for Vanity Fair, but good on Carter, who certainly deserves a break by now.

Meanwhile, Silvia Killingsworth is ready with quite a strong list of worthy replacements.

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