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Harper's Publisher Battles Own Staff - Posted January 18, 2011
Take one magazine publisher who hates the Internet, add some staffers who have unionized because of the owner's shady moves, and what do you get? Nothing good. ... [Fishbowl NY]

Harper's Publisher Battles Own Staff - Posted January 18, 2011
Take one magazine publisher who hates the Internet, add some staffers who have unionized because of the owner's shady moves, and what do you get? Nothing good. ... [FishbowlNY]

"Love: A Rebuke" Reading Addresses Editorial Changes at Harper's Magazine - Posted February 11, 2010
In front of a packed crowd last night (despite a NYC blizzard) Harper's magazine's associate editor Paul Ford hosted a reading with some major literary talent. If you missed it (like this GalleyCat editor), follow these links for video of ... [GalleyCat]

Harper's Magazine's Editor Steps Down - Posted January 26, 2010
Harper's Magazine, the oldest general interest magazine in the U.S., has lost its editor. The pub announced today that editor Roger D. Hodge was departing "to pursue other endeavo... [Fishbowl NY]

Harper's Magazine's Editor Steps Down - Posted January 26, 2010
Harper's Magazine, the oldest general interest magazine in the U.S., has lost its editor. The pub announced today that editor Roger D. Hodge was departing "to pursue other endeavo... [FishbowlNY]

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