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Book Keeping: From Editor To Novelist

Taking Rosie O'Donnell as her muse, McCall's ex-editor writes of a fictional mag's implosion

- August 15, 2007
Sally Koslow spent eight years at McCall's, eventually rising to editor-in-chief. After getting "bumped upstairs" to make way for the magazine's ill-fated transformation into Rosie, she began writing a novel loosely based on the experience. She brought what would become Little Pink Slips to a writing workshop, and the positive response she received encouraged her ...

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