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Slate Cuts Contract for Books Editor Ann Hulbert

The online culture magazine Slate has ended books editor Ann Hulbert‘s contract, according to a report from New York Magazine.

Hulbert had been with the online magazine for many years. Follow this link to explore Slate’s coverage of books. Hulbert’s oldest Slate byline archived on the site dates back to 1996: “Miss Unmannerly.” You can read all her Slate work at this link.

Here’s more from the post: “Intel has learned that Slate will be killing freelance wine writer Mike Steinberger’s long-running column. Non-staff book editor Ann Hulbert’s contract has also been canceled.” (Via Publishers Lunch)

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