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GQ Adds Editor, Promotes Two

GQ has added Kevin Sintumuang as a multimedia editor and promoted two others. Sintumuang comes to GQ from The Wall Street Journal, where he served as features editor for its “Off Duty” section. Prior to his time at WSJ, he was a senior associate editor at GQ.

“Kevin worked here for years, so he has the GQ sensibility in his bones and knows the voice of the magazine,” said Jim Nelson, GQ’s editor-in-chief. “He is one of the best and most knowledgeable editors at creating lively, slightly irreverent, and authoritative lifestyle service, which is not easy to do, and which works extremely well on GQ.com. I like to think of his return as a no-brainer that will actually import a lot of brains.”

Sintumuang will join GQ on September 17.

Additionally, Ted Stafford has been promoted to fashion market director, and Will Welch has been promoted to senior editor, style.

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Lauren Berger Writes New Book for Young People Entering "Real World"

Lauren Berger Welcome to the Real WorldCareer Expert, Lauren Berger, releases her second book, Welcome to the Real World: Finding Your Place, Perfecting Your Work, and Turning Your Job Into Your Dream Career (Harper Business), on April 22nd. In this book, Berger shares everything she wishes someone told her after graduation. Her book is the essential guide to anyone starting their first, second, or third job. She encourages readers to be fearless, step outside of their comfort zones, and go after what they want.

Snag $2 a Word at GQ

Since its start as a trade magazine, GQ remains the sophisticated older brother of the lad mag genre. And although editors expect nothing short of poised perfection in all pitches, senior editor Will Welch said they welcome irreverence with no shortage of humor in their front-of-book sections.

“There’s always a need for coverage with a super distinct point of view and the right sense of humor,” Welch said. ”The most immediate thing is for freelancers to show familiarity with the skeleton of our magazine: what the sections are and what the tone of the writing is.”

For contact info for GQ editors and more details on what they consider a perfect pitch, read How To Pitch: GQ. [sub req'd]

Snag $2 A Word At GQ

Since its start as a trade magazine, GQ remains the sophisticated older brother of the lad mag genre. And although editors expect nothing short of poised perfection in all pitches, senior editor Will Welch said they welcome irreverence with no shortage of humor in their front-of-book sections.

“There’s always a need for coverage with a super distinct point of view and the right sense of humor,” Welch said. ”The most immediate thing is for freelancers to show familiarity with the skeleton of our magazine: what the sections are and what the tone of the writing is.”

For contact info for GQ editors and more details on what they consider a perfect pitch, read How To Pitch: GQ. [sub req'd]

The New York Observer Lists 50 Media Bachelors

The New York Observer has published a list covering 50 media bachelors today. Who made the list? A bunch of white guys, of course. But let’s not bore you with the details of yet another chance for those in New York media to obsess over something that no one else cares about.

Here are a few of the dudes who got a shout out:

And don’t worry guys, tomorrow the Observer is publishing a bachelorette list, so get excited! Or whatever.