Philip Gourevitch

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Artists & Musicians Host Benefit Rebuild Red Hook, Brooklyn - Posted November 9, 2012
Authors and musicians are coming together for a benefit that will raise money to rebuild Red Hook, a water-front community in Brooklyn that was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Novelist/journalist Kurt Andersen will host the event, which is called "Defiance: A Literary Benefit to Rebuild Red Hook," and will tak... [GalleyCat]

Banned Chinese Writer Liao Yiwu to Appear in New York City - Posted September 1, 2011
On September 13th, Chinese writer Liao Yiwu will appear in New York City for a reading, a musical performance and an on-stage interview organized by the Pen American Center. Liao (pictured, via) is a poet, novelist, musician, and documentarian, on... [GalleyCat]

Lisa Ling: David Gregory's Greatest Non-Spokeswoman - Posted April 14, 2010
National Geographic "Explorer" Host Lisa Ling is careful about what she says, but not so careful that she won't say what she thinks. First Lady Michelle Obama is "strong." Kitty Kelly (author of the new anti-Oprah tome) is "revolting." And Ann Coulter? She's "cold." ... [FishbowlDC]

FSG Editor Lorin Stein Tapped as Editor for The Paris Review - Posted March 5, 2010
Today The Paris Review board announced that Farrar, Straus and Giroux editor Lorin Stein will replace Philip Gourevitch as the editor of the beloved literary journal. He starts in April. 3... [GalleyCat]

Paris Review Forms Search Committee to Replace Philip Gourevitch - Posted November 9, 2009
After five years as editor-in-chief of the Paris Review, Philip Gourevitch has stepped down--leaving open one of the most coveted spots in literary journalism. Most recently, Gourevitch was the co-author of "... [GalleyCat]

Report from PEN's Silenced Writers Event - Posted August 11, 2008
Jessica Rotondi from St. Martin's Minotaur Publicity department was volunteering at the PEN event for Silenced Writers and of... [GalleyCat]

Weiland Leaves Granta for The Paris Review - Posted June 14, 2007
The Paris Review announced yesterday that Matt Weiland will be joining the magazine as deputy editor "a new position at the magazine that reflects The Paris Review's growth under the editorship of Philip Gourevitch. Weiland has been the deputy editor of Granta for four years, and before that worked as... [GalleyCat]

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