New York Review of Books editor Ian Buruma departs amid outrage over essay

New York Review of Books editor Ian Buruma departs amid outrage over essay
 

Ian Buruma, the writer and academic, has stepped down from the editorship of the New York Review of Books after only 16 months, after he caused outrage by publishing and defending an essay widely deemed to be at odds with the spirit of #MeToo.
The departure of Buruma, only the third editor after Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein since the magazine was founded in 1963, comes as a jolt so soon after he took over the helm of America’s most prestigious literary journal.
It followed a billowing dispute that gained momentum on social media over his decision to publish a highly contentious essay... read more

 
19 September 2018 in World News, Views: 209
Source: Guardian
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