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Don Share Named Editor of Poetry Magazine

Poetry senior editor Don Share will serve as the 12th editor of the 101 year old magazine following “an extensive national search.”

Starting July 1, 2013, he will replace the current editor, Christian Wiman. Here’s more from the release:

Currently senior editor of the magazine, Share, 56, brings 25 years of experience in poetry and publishing, including editorial posts at the Partisan Review, Harvard Review, and Literary Imagination: The Review of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics. He served as the curator of poetry at Harvard University for seven years until 2007, when he joined Poetry magazine. During Share’s six-year tenure at Poetry working with Wiman, both the magazine and the magazine’s podcast have received National Magazine Awards.

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The Book Beast Nominated for Digital Ellie Award

The American Society of Magazine Editors named The Book Beast (the books section at The Daily Beast) as a finalist for the Digital Ellies in the “Online Department” category.

Book Beast features GalleyCat content every day in its “Other News” section, listed alongside some great literary sites: BookForum, NY Observer, and The Millions.

Here’s more from Jacket Copy: “In its category, the Book Beast will face off against the culture-focused Vulture from New York Magazine, Fast Co.’s Co. Design, Foreign Policy’s AfPak (documenting the ongoing conflicts in Southeast Asia) and National Geographic’s reader-submitted photo blog YourShot. Congratulations to the Book Beast for the recognition, and for keeping books so well-represented in the mix of what makes the Internet interesting.”

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