Classic American


I’d like to say I’ve read since the first issue, but I came to the party a bit later… I now realise I started reading from issue three – better late than never and all that! I can’t imagine many readers go on to work on their favourite magazine – let alone edit it for two decades – but that’s the position I find myself in, 22 years and six months after I first started on the

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