Friday, December 02, 2005

Harper's Determined to Stay Boring

In a boring move by a boring magazine, Roger Hodge, currently deputy editor, will be replacing Lewis Lapham as editor of Harper's Magazine in April.

But don't worry, Hodge isn't going to do anything crazy like try to make the magazine interesting or relevant:

"It will be the same magazine," he said...I don't have so much vanity that I think I have to walk in and put my stamp on it."

Ummm, okay, but you do realise that is actually going to be your job now, right?

1 comment:

Alex said...

See, and I thought you were going to be talking about Stephen...

I saw my first campaign sign (for the O-dog). Keep me posted re: All Candidates debates...not that they'll be very riveting, but still.