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Vanity Fair is a monthly magazine of fashion, celebrities, culture, beauty, entertainment, television, movies, music, books, politics, architecture, and more (8/12).

Vanity Fair Editors

Graydon Carter, Editor

Wayne Lawson, Executive Literary Editor. Featured excerpts from Laura Hillenbrand’s Unbroken and Bill Carter’s The War for Late Night (12/10).

Featured an excerpt from Kenneth Slawenski’s J.D. Salinger: A Life (2/11). Featured excerpts from Reading My Father memoir by Alexandra Styron, Come to the Edge memoir by Christina Haag, and Robert Redford: The Biography by Michael Feeney Callan (4/11). Excerpted from The Letters of Ernest Hemingway (10/11). Featured a photograph from Harry Benson’s New York, New York (12/11).

Douglas Stumpf, Executive Editor

Punch Hutton, Deputy Editor, Fanfair and Fairground. Fanfair covers movies, TV, books (Hot Type), and more. Featured the following books as hostess gifts: David Hockney: A Bigger Picture, Encyclopedia of the Exquisite, Tigers in Red Weather, Sooper Mad Libs, and Son of Mad Libs (8/12).

Jane Sarkin, Features Editor. Email:

Dana Brown, Senior Articles Editor

Katherine Stirling, Articles Editor

Jessica Diehl, Fashion and Style Director

Sunhee Grinnell, Beauty Director

Robert Walsh, Legal Affairs Editor

Austin Merrill, Associate Legal Affairs Editor

Krista Smith, Senior West Coast Editor

Cullen Murphy, Editor-at-Large

Todd Purdum, National Editor

Basil Walter, Architecture Consultant

Henry Porter, London Editor. Featured an article on the second volume of Samuel Beckett’s correspondence published by Cambridge University Press (10/11).

Henry Alford, Contributing Editor. Review two interior design books: Barbra Streisand’s My Passion for Design and Carolyne Roehm’s A Passion for Interior (12/10).

John Heilpern, Contributing Editor. Interviewed Dick Cavett, author of the memoir Talk Show (12/10). Interviewed Nathan Myhrvold, author of a six-volume cookbook (4/11). Interviewed Benedikt Taschen, publisher of Taschen Books (10/11). Interviewed Mindy Kaling, author of Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (12/11).

Betsy Kenny Lack, Contributing Editor, Technology

Lisa Robinson, Contributing Editor, Music. Interviewed singer Bjork (10/11).

Elissa Schappell, Contributing Editor, Hot Type. Featured short summaries of Will Self’s The Undivided Self; Barry Hannah’s Long, Last, Happy; Andre Schiffrin’s Words and Money; Sophie Crumb’s Evolution of a Crazy Artist; Darren Dochuk’s From Bible Belt to Sun Belt; Andrew O’Hagan’s The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog and of his Friend Marilyn Monroe; and Joan Reardon’s As Always, Julia (12/10). She also listed another ten novels, bios, and nonfiction books (12/10).

Featured short summaries of Mark Hertsgaard’s Hot (environment), Paul Clemens’s Punching Out (work in auto industry), Jane McGonigal’s Reality Is Broken (alternate reality games), Dan Charnas’s The Big Payback (hip-hip history), and five other titles. Also one-sentence reviews of 8 other titles (1/11).

Featured reviews of Julie Berstein’s Spark, Andre Dubus III’s memoir Townie, Mark Richard’s memoir House of Prayer No. 2, Jonathan Evison’s novel West of Here, Karen Russell’s debut novel Swamplandia, and about 10 other novels (2/11).

Reviewed Meg Wolitzer’s novel The Uncoupling, Rachel DeWoskin’s novel Big Girl, Carolyn Burke’s bio of Edith Piaf No Regrets, Meghan O’Roarke’s memoir The Long Goodbye, Molly Peacock’s The Paper Garden, Michael Crummey’s Galore, Anne Kraemer’s It’s Always Personal, and others (4/11).

Reviewed Colson Whitehead’s horror novel Zone One, Jeanne Darst’s memoir Fiction Ruined My Family,  Nell Casey’s editon of The Journals of Spaulding Gray, Anne Enright’s novel The Forgotten Waltz, Russell Banks’s novel Lost Memory of Skin, Jeffrey Eugenides’s novel The Marriage Plot, and other novels, memoirs, and histories (10/11).

James Wolcott, Contributing Editor. Wrote about Comic-Con (and has done so for several years) (10/11).

Michael Lewis interviewed Daniel Kahneman, author of Thinking, Fast and Slow (12/11).

Vanity Fair Online

Chris Rovzar, Digital Editor

Sarah Ball, Deputy Digital Editor

Juli Weiner, Daily Blogger

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