Publishing Industry

Victor Navasky looks at the camera wearing green knit tie and suit.

Remembering the “Placatory and Principled” Victor Navasky Remembering the “Placatory and Principled” Victor Navasky

Colleagues pay tribute to the former editor and publisher of The Nation.

Jan 30, 2023 / Editorial / Elizabeth Pochoda, Calvin Trillin, and Richard Lingeman

Victor Navasky at the Atlantic Monthly State of the Union Dinner

Victor Navasky, Who Saved “The Nation,” Tried to Save the World Victor Navasky, Who Saved “The Nation,” Tried to Save the World

A brief note on a 40-year apprenticeship.

Jan 27, 2023 / Editorial / D.D. Guttenplan

Victor Navasky and former editor in chief of Radar magazine Maer Roshan

One “Nation” Under Victor One “Nation” Under Victor

Remembering Victor S. Navasky.

Jan 26, 2023 / Editorial / Katrina vanden Heuvel

Elon Musk and his Twitter profile.

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Twitter Files? Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Twitter Files?

Just because the mainstream media decided to ignore them doesn’t mean the files aren’t newsworthy—or important.

Dec 20, 2022 / Ross Barkan

AI Comes for the Writers

AI Comes for the Writers AI Comes for the Writers

It's long been assumed that truck drivers' jobs would be first on the chopping block. Not anymore.

Dec 12, 2022 / McCaffrey Blauner

Staughton Lynd at peace march

Staughton Lynd Never Lost the Courage of His Convictions Staughton Lynd Never Lost the Courage of His Convictions

The historian and activist, who died last month, paid a steep price for his commitments. Yet he managed to find a way to keep agitating, and keep writing, while always remaining tr...

Dec 5, 2022 / Joshua Freeman

Meredith Tax

Meredith Tax, 1942–2022 Meredith Tax, 1942–2022

The tireless organizer, feminist pioneer, and relentless coalition builder never let up.

Oct 31, 2022 / Alix Kates Shulman

Alden Capital Denver Post protest

The Vultures at Alden Capital Want Us to Believe Their Neutrality Is in Good Faith The Vultures at Alden Capital Want Us to Believe Their Neutrality Is in Good Faith

Ending the practice of endorsing presidential candidates isn’t an honorable act of bipartisanship. It’s a craven act of corporate greed.

Oct 10, 2022 / Chris Lehmann

Studs Terkel

The Decline of Progressive Publishing Houses Is a Loss for Everyone The Decline of Progressive Publishing Houses Is a Loss for Everyone

The end of Pantheon and Metropolitan augers a strange and unchallenging world of ideas.

Oct 7, 2022 / Tom Engelhardt

Is There a Future for Russian Independent Media?

Is There a Future for Russian Independent Media? Is There a Future for Russian Independent Media?

The press in Russia has been operating under slow but constant erosion during the entirety of Putin’s watch.

Sep 29, 2022 / Interactive / Alyona Minkovski and Alina Spatz

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