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'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

'A good column is sometimes like an antenna​e​ that has just picked up the background noise'

Columnist Suzanne Moore considers the art of opinion writing in an occasional series in which Guardian journalists discuss their work and its impactWhen did it become clear you were a columnist? I had
Rent should count towards credit ratings | Letters

Rent should count towards credit ratings | Letters

How many people realise that their rental payment history could help them access more affordable credit, asks the Big Issue founder John BirdBrightHouse say they offer choice to those excluded from
Hillary Clinton to guest-edit December issue of Teen Vogue magazine

Hillary Clinton to guest-edit December issue of Teen Vogue magazine

Tributes to daughter Chelsea, a letter to her teenage self and a salute to young female activists to feature in Clinton-themed issueHillary Clinton will guest-edit one of the last print editions of

Hillary Clinton writes a letter to her teenage self — this is what it says

Hillary Clinton, former presidential nominee and now guest editor at Teen Vogue, shared a personal column, which was published on Wednesday in the magazine’s Volume…
Lupita Nyong’o accuses Grazia of editing her hair to fit 'Eurocentric' ideals

Lupita Nyong’o accuses Grazia of editing her hair to fit 'Eurocentric' ideals

Actor says she is disappointed UK magazine altered her hair in cover imageThe Oscar-winning actor Lupita Nyong’o has accused Grazia magazine of editing her hair on the front cover of its latest
Gilbert Rogin, 87, Magazine Editor and Writer of Droll Fiction, Dies

Gilbert Rogin, 87, Magazine Editor and Writer of Droll Fiction, Dies

Gilbert Rogin, left, managing editor of Sports Illustrated, with Ken Rudeen, the assistant managing editor, in 1981.
Gilbert Rogin, 87, Magazine Editor and Writer of Droll Fiction, Dies

Gilbert Rogin, 87, Magazine Editor and Writer of Droll Fiction, Dies

Gilbert Rogin, left, managing editor of Sports Illustrated, with Ken Rudeen, the assistant managing editor, in 1981.
Monocle: you've seen the magazine – now buy the apartment

Monocle: you've seen the magazine – now buy the apartment

Tyler Brûlé’s luxury lifestyle brand plans to launch properties in 10 to 12 cities across the worldYou might have read the magazine, had a nose around the shops and cafes or listened to its 24-hour
Radhika Jones, a Times Books Editor, Said to Be Next Vanity Fair Editor

Radhika Jones, a Times Books Editor, Said to Be Next Vanity Fair Editor

Radhika Jones, an editor in the books department at The New York Times, is expected to be named the next editor of Vanity Fair.
Radhika Jones to succeed Graydon Carter as Vanity Fair editor, sources say

Radhika Jones to succeed Graydon Carter as Vanity Fair editor, sources say

New York Times reports appointment of own employee to Conde Nast titleSources tell Guardian Hollywood Reporter’s Janice Min among candidatesRadhika Jones, editorial director of the books department at
Radhika Jones, a Times Books Editor, Said to Be Next Vanity Fair Editor

Radhika Jones, a Times Books Editor, Said to Be Next Vanity Fair Editor

Radhika Jones, an editor in the books department at The New York Times, is expected to be named the next editor of Vanity Fair.
‘Monumental mistake’: photographer sorry for altering Lupita Nyong’o’s hair

‘Monumental mistake’: photographer sorry for altering Lupita Nyong’o’s hair

An Le, who shot cover for Grazia magazine, apologises for ‘unbelievably damaging and hurtful act’ after actor complainsThe photographer who altered the hair of the Oscar-winning actor Lupita Nyong’o
J. Cole on How Colin Kaepernick Sacrificing His Dream Proved He Had the 'Biggest Balls in Sports'

J. Cole on How Colin Kaepernick Sacrificing His Dream Proved He Had the 'Biggest Balls in Sports'

For Kaepernick's 'GQ' Men of the Year cover, J. Cole and others speak out on the meaning of his ongoing protest.
Radhika Jones, Vanity Fair’s Surprise Choice, Is Ready to Go

Radhika Jones, Vanity Fair’s Surprise Choice, Is Ready to Go

Radhika Jones, 44, will become Vanity Fair’s sixth editor since its founding in 1913 and the fifth since it was revived in the early 1980s.
Radhika Jones, Vanity Fair’s Surprise Choice, Is Ready to Go

Radhika Jones, Vanity Fair’s Surprise Choice, Is Ready to Go

Radhika Jones, 44, will become Vanity Fair’s sixth editor since its founding in 1913 and the fifth since it was revived in the early 1980s.
Meredith Bid for Time Inc. Said to Be Backed by Koch Brothers

Meredith Bid for Time Inc. Said to Be Backed by Koch Brothers

Earlier talks this year between Time Inc., the publisher of People and Sports Illustrated, and the Meredith Corporation fizzled out.
Meredith Bid for Time Inc. Said to Be Backed by Koch Brothers

Meredith Bid for Time Inc. Said to Be Backed by Koch Brothers

Earlier talks this year between Time Inc., the publisher of People and Sports Illustrated, and the Meredith Corporation fizzled out.
Media Memo: The Kochs Are Inching Closer to Becoming Media Moguls

Media Memo: The Kochs Are Inching Closer to Becoming Media Moguls

Charles Koch, left, and David Koch have long tried to shape political discourse through their support of nonprofit organizations, universities and think tanks. But they have expressed little interest