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How many Real Simple derivations can one newsstand take?
July 12, 2005
More proof that Real Simple editors have trouble letting go: it seems a trio of the magazine's alumni are bunkered down in Martha Stewart's offices in Chelsea baking a clone of their alma mater. Tom Prince, Elizabeth Graves and Rory Evans are all working on it, according to Women's Wear Daily. Assuming it ever sees the light of day, it would be the second, or maybe third iteration of the formula. Real Simple's creator, Susan Wyland, recently reinvented her concept as Weekend magazine for Hearst, while a younger alum, Pilar Guzman, is putting the finishing touches ...
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