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Dwell Editor Resigns After ‘Fundamental Change In Magazine’s Mission’

Dwell magazine editor Allison Arieff has resigned after what she called “a fundamental change in the magazine’s mission and philosophy.” Arieff, who had been at Dwell since 2000, alerted friends and colleagues at the award-winning shelter title in an e-mail late yesterday:

—–Original Message—–
From: Allison Arieff
Subj: news
Date: Wed Aug 23, 2006 6:12 pm
To: Allison Arieff

Hello,

After nearly seven incredible years at Dwell, I have made the decision to move on to new challenges. I believe a fundamental change in the magazine’s mission and philosophy has occurred which I feel prevents me from doing my job keeping Dwell at the high level of quality we have so far achieved.

I am absolutely grateful for the tremendous opportunity I have had, and for my highly rewarding years here, and I wish everyone at Dwell all the best.

You can reach me and see what I’m up to by emailing me at [REDACTED].

All best regards,

Allison Arieff

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