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Veteran actress Meryl Streep (left) as vicious magazine editor Miranda Priestly, who terrorises her staff including her assistant (inset) Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway), who prefers thrift store chic to designer labels.
Writers include birding-guides author David Allen Sibley, 30-year Alaska resident and author Debbie Miller, Audubon magazine editor Kenn Kaufman, and a neighbor of the refuge, Sarah James.
If you've read The Devil Wears Prada, the best-selling novel about a put-upon assistant to a high-powered fashion magazine editor, you know what I mean.
Paul Parsons, a magazine editor with the BBC, may have breached the company's guidelines after he allegedly promoted his own book, The Science of Doctor Who, in the April edition of the BBC Focus magazine.
Whisky Magazine editor Dominic Roskrow said: "We're not expecting to break any world records but it would be nice to think we could attract the best bid of 2006."
An Afghanistan court has sparked an international furor over its decision to imprison a magazine editor who published articles allegedly offensive to Islam.
Southgate is a former magazine editor and newspaper reporter who has written two award-winning novels, Another Way to Dance, (Laurel Leaf, January 1998) for young adults, and The Fall of Rome, (Scribner, January 2003), for adults.
Written by horse owner and "The Gated Horse" magazine editor Rhonda Hart Poe, Trail Riding covers everything from how to use necessary trail tack and gear, to proper training, vices to avoid (in both rider and animal), survival tips for worst-case scenarios, advice for performing well in competitive trail riding, and much more.
But it's hard not to sound a little bit pompous when you consider the role of the political magazine editor. I remember interviewing for my job as an associate editor here at The Progressive back in 1983, and I asked Erwin what the mission of the magazine was.
In his book The Grail Bird: Hot on the Trail of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker (Houghton Mifflin, $25) this lifetime birder and magazine editor at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology writes about fulfilling a long-held dream: "And then it happened.
In Edinburgh George Lovelace, a retired Leicester University professor, visits Great Scot magazine editor and writer Jean Fairburn, a former academia also.
Taxation magazine editor, Mike Truman said: 'Charles may be forced to suggest that they hotfoot it to Asda to buy a copy of the ring for a fraction of the value at pounds 19.99.'