AARP The Magazine
American Association of Retired Persons
601 E Street NW
Washington DC 20049
Monthly magazine for seniors. The world’s largest-circulation magazine covers health, entertainment, personal finance, and other topics of interest to older people. Featured Social Security for Dummies, also available in their bookstore at http://www.aarp.org/bookstore (4/12).
AARP Magazine Editors
Nancy Perry Graham, Editor. Interviewed George W Bush, author of Decision Points (1/11).
Marilyn Milloy, Deputy Editor
Ken Budd, Executive Editor
Meg Grant, West Coast Editor. Movie reviewer.
Allan Fallow, Features Editor. Also book reviewer. Interview Steve Martin, author of An Object of Beauty novel. Reviewed Nora Ephron’s memoir I Remember Nothing, Elizabeth Buchan’s novel Separate Beds, Armistead Maupin’s novel Mary Ann in Autumn, and Ted Fishman’s Shock of Gray (1/11). Featured Ivette Soler’s The Edible Front Yard (5/11). Featured a short review of Angeles Arrien’s Living in Gratitude (12/11). Featured an excerpt from Kate Moses’s Cakewalk: A Memoir (12/11).
Hot reads: Lou Ureneck’s Cabin: Two Brothers, a Dream, and Five Acres in Maine; Donna Britt’s memoir Brothers (& Me); and Stephen King’s novel 11/22/63 (12/11).
Bill Newcott, Entertainment Editor. Also movie critic.
Chris Gardner, Personal Growth Expert, You Can Do It! Q&A column about careers and success.
Jane Pauley, Columnist, Turning Point. Web: http://www.aarp.org/jane. She’s AARP’s Your Life Calling ambassador.
Peter Greenberg, Columnist, Road Warrior. Submit travel questions at http://www.aarp.org/petergreenberg. Travel columnist.
Ron Burley, Columnist, On Your Side. Email your customer service questions via http://www.aarp.org/ronburley.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, Columnist, Feel Your Best. Health and medical questions.
Dr. Carolyn Clancy, Health Care Expert
Pepper Schwartz, Sex & Relationship Expert
A Barry Rand, Politics & Society Expert
Steve Morgenstern, Technology Expert
Richard Gehr, Contributing Editor. Does music reviews.
Karen Westerberg Reyes, Contributing Editor. Adapts Wisdom Circle contributions.
Stan Hinden, Columnist, Social Security Mailbox
Daniel Stashower reviewed Paul Reiser’s Familyhood (5/11).
Antony Shugaar reviewed Michael Caine’s memoir The Elephant to Hollywood (1/11).
Teresa Wiltz wrote an article on Eva Rutland, author of When We Were Colored memoir (1/11).
Julia Winkler wrote a sidebar quoting three authors: Douglas LaBier, author of Modern Madness; Sonja Lyubomirsky, author of The How of Happiness; and Susan Biali, author of Live a Life You Love (1/11).
Kenneth Miller interviewed Jane Fonda, creator of a few new workout videos (1/11).
Wendy Smith interviewed Joseph Epstein, author of Gossip (12/11).
Christine Ianzito reviewed Susan Orlean’s Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend (12/11).
AARP Magtalk: http://www.aarp.org/magtalk. Readers can share their feelings about the magazine and their lives via this section of the website.
AARP Wisdom Circle: http://www.aarp.org/wisdomcircle. AARP member community online where you can ask and answer questions.
AARP Groups: http://www.aarp.org/online-community/groups. You can join and create groups within the AARP community.
Personal Blogs: http://www.aarp.org/online-community. AARP online allows members to create personal blogs on the website.