Editor in Chief of The New York Times Magazine; formerly at Texas Monthly; author of Nothing Happened and Then It Did; Oakland grown.
RT @caitlinroper: In your paper this Sunday, 6/24, don’t miss the latest issue of the @nytimes for Kids, featuring our deep love for the @N…
RT @GailBichler: The newest @NYTmag cover. All the Right People: How one conservative think tank stocked the federal government for the Tru…
Kudos, Linda!!! This will be such an important book. twitter.com/lindavillarosa…
Such a great Desus & Mero profile from the one and only @jazzedloon nytimes.com/2018/06/18/mag…
RT @GailBichler: Great and timely illustration in this week's @NYTmag inspired by Bob Gill's classic image for the Art Directors Club. http…
ICYMI yesterday, annual @NYTmag New York issue was all about love in the city, with 24 different covers (here’s 6 of them). One of the most moving magazine projects I’ve ever been a part of... https://t.co/rcVfewBzrC
Timely & fascinating story by Guy Lawson (& illo by Derek Brahney) about Canada's efforts to deal with the Trump administration: nytimes.com/2018/06/09/mag…
RT @lindavillarosa: ....thank you thank you @NYTmag for giving these @CityCollegeNY student journalists the opportunity and..... https://t.…
RT @lindavillarosa: So proud of our 10 @CityCollegeNY students who accompanied @NYTmag photographers on this ambition project! Love City: 2…
RT @GailBichler: Beyond thrilled to have my work & the work of my team at @nytmag included in @eyemagazine's latest issue! As a design stud…
RT @MrMattWilley: I can't remember a better intro text to a magazine – or a better attempt at describing love – than this by @shamblanderso…
RT @NYTmag: 24 hours. 23 photographers. One city. One topic: Love. Watch the making of this issue nyti.ms/2LworBs and see the full…
RT @NYTmag: The 24 different covers of our New York issue capture the city’s magical density of intimacies. See the full video of how we ma…
This year’s New York Issue (online tmrw) was photographed entirely on 1 day. And the theme was ❤️. Starting at midnight, photographers raced all over the city to capture romance, lust and heartache. And we made 24 dif covers, distributed at random, each with a dif NY couple https://t.co/acbO3i0LNr
RT @pamelacolloff: Readers have asked if I ID’d myself as a reporter when I took the bloodstain pattern analysis class I describe in part 2…
Get an NYT this weekend and you’ll get this outstandingly fun fitness section from the @NYTmag Labs gang... twitter.com/caitlinroper/s…
RT @nicolebrca: Today’s ABA conference on forensic science should punt the agenda and focus on this shocking report by the amazing @pamelac…
RT @lyzl: This story is amazing and devestating. @pamelacolloff's mastery of detail is inspiring and incredible. twitter.com/jakesilverstei…
Powerful editorial from @nytopinion on @pamelacolloff’s new story abt bloodstain-pattern analysis: “In other words, it’s a good bet that there are other Joe Bryans sitting in prisons around the country because of highly unreliable forensic testimony.” “mobile.nytimes.com/2018/05/31/opi…
Part 1 ended in the late 80s, w Joe facing down a 99-year sentence. Part 2 brings us up to the present, w Joe 77 years old, in poor health & still behind bars. The story also explains why the faulty forensic science behind his conviction is so dangerous
ICYMI, Part 1 told the story of the murder of Mickey Bryan, a schoolteacher in Clifton, Texas, in 1986, and how her husband, Joe Bryan, who was away that night at a conference, was convicted and sent to prison for killing her nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Today we’re publishing Part 2 of @pamelacolloff’s remarkable story “Blood Will Tell,” about the questionable forensic science behind the murder conviction of a beloved high school principal in a small-town Texas nyti.ms/2H7V6dR
Note (which I also noted earlier in separate tweet): this link, which was flying around earlier today, is from 2014. Still disturbing of course, but only indirectly related to current situation. My bad for RT’ing without closer inspection and implying by timing that it’s current
Correction: this link, which was going around this morning, is from 2014. Still disturbing, of course, but only indirectly related to current situation. My bad (and a good reminder not to RT things while distracted w family on the weekend). twitter.com/jakesilverstei…
RT @ProPublica: Like many things in life, journalism can benefit from working together. There’s no better example of it than this work, a…
All of these photos are disturbing, but the first two are especially awful. azcentral.com/picture-galler…
(Make that @SteveEngelberg)
Today’s story is Part 1 of an amazing, enraging 2-part investigation into one TX case and the light it sheds on how a faulty forensic science has spread through the criminal justice system. nytimes.com/interactive/20… Part 2 will be published in next week’s issue. Stay tuned!...
But most of all, huge kudos to @pamelacolloff on her first cover story for @nytmag/@propublica. It’s an honor and joy to work again with Tenacious P, who is simply one of the most diligent, dauntless, humble, ethical, honest and morally driven reporters out there.
This unique arrangement has had the added bonus of bringing our 2 institutions closer together in various subtle ways, but it took a lot of flexibility & trust on both sides to get it off the ground. Many thanks to visionaries @SteveEngleberg, Robin Fields and @tracyweber.
A little over a year ago @nytmag and our pals @propublica co-hired Pam in a first for both organizations. She’s a senior reporter at PP and a writer-at-large for NYTM. We collaborate on editing her stuff, which is published on both platforms. 4/6
One of those stories won a National Magazine Award google.com/amp/s/www.texa… 2/6
Pam has been publishing these kinds of stories for yrs at @TexasMonthly, where I used to have the editor’s paradise fever dream pleasure of working with her (my nickname for her, very well-deserved, was “Tenacious P”). 2/6
Yes, that’s @pamelacolloff with a gripping and vitally important public interest crime story on the cover of the @NYTmag; a dream come true (for readers and for me personally) made possible by an unusual arrangement... 1/6 https://t.co/QosusVynns
@pamelacolloff on the cover of @NYTmag feels like a long time comin’ https://t.co/NRujuqTxm2
 
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RT @MichaelRWarren: I mean, every reporter on the call knows who this official was, and this official exists. And we all heard the official…
Another wonderful NYT for Kids section from @caitlinroper and @puddygreen’s all-star team. Bravo to @williaqj & @najeebah!! So many brilliant pages in here! (Next month can there be a subliminal message that gets 8yos to finish their eggs?) https://t.co/61osFvSGkj
RT @ronenbergman: this is following our Sunday @nytimes story nytimes.com/2018/05/19/us/… (with @MarkMazzettiNYT and @ddknyt) https://t.co/9HKs…
Amen! Amazing to work with the great minds @ProPublica on this story... twitter.com/tracyweber/sta…
RT @TweetsofOld: Riveting. Careful if you have a deadline. twitter.com/jakesilverstei…
RT @nhannahjones: If @pamelacolloff writes it, you better read it. Few are better. twitter.com/jakesilverstei…
Here’s the great & tenacious @pamelacolloff w a masterful 2-part investigation into a Texas murder and the faulty forensic science that might have put an innocent man in prison. Part 1 here; part 2 next week nyti.ms/2IFWjyP
Read slowly and carefully: LOTS of news in this great new scoop-filled story from all-star team @MarkMazzettiNYT @ronenbergman & @ddknyt that suggests Russians weren't the only ones trying to meddle in 2016 election... nytimes.com/2018/05/19/us/…
RT @MrMattWilley: Gail Bichler + @abstractsunday = great cover twitter.com/gailbichler/st…
Totally fascinating cover story by @michaelpollan on the movement to bring hallucinogenic drugs into mainstream therapy for mental health. Featuring Michael's own experience on mushrooms: nytimes.com/interactive/20…
New @NYTmag cover. Yes that’s the great @michaelpollan having a psychedelic experience. https://t.co/CUxXsEW86E
RT @nickconfessore: The Cohen story is a miniature of the tale of the Trump lobbyists I wrote about last year for @NYTmag: They didn’t drai…
On the Daily today: hear the voices in @lindavillarosa’s vital @NYTmag cover story about the shockingly high rates of maternal and infant mortality among black Americans. It’s outrageous that this is our reality. nytimes.com/2018/05/11/pod…
RT @mikiebarb: On today's Daily: Childbirth is killing black mothers and their babies at staggeringly high rates. Why that has everything t…
It’s too bad we can’t reveal all the details yet because this is definitely one of the insanest things the insane geniuses in the Photo Dept at @NYTmag have ever cooked up. twitter.com/nytmag/status/…
RT @parul_sehgal: No one notices like @sashagila. Gorgeous piece. twitter.com/sashagila/stat…
RT @billwasik: Even if you don't care (or don't think you care) at all about dance, you should read this piece. twitter.com/sashagila/stat…
RT @NYTmag: Behind the Cover: Our editor in chief @jakesilverstein and design director @GailBichler discuss the making of this week's cover…
More details on new @nytimes TV show here: nytimes.com/2018/05/09/bus… 30 min weekly news show. No host. Just like The Daily, works in sync with newsroom reporting. 30 eps in season 1.
RT @AlecMacGillis: Very uplifting story on the Baltimore Symphony's amazing OrchKids program, which has grown from 30 kids in one school to…
An amazing piece of reporting, writing, and human empathy. This story is not the unmitigated tragedy you might think. It’s a nuanced, surprising view from life at the edge. Masterful work from @Egangoonsquad nytimes.com/2018/05/09/mag…
How could anyone resist this pitch (for what is a fascinating and deeply reported story by @keithgessen that will add a great deal to your understanding of how US-Russia relations arrived at current point)??? twitter.com/keithgessen/st…
RT @ReidForgrave: The case seemed dead in the water when it landed on desk of Iowa asst AG @RobSandIA. A grainy video of a man buying lotte…
2nd mystery medical case for the new @netflix show based on @LisaSandersmd’s Diagnosis column. Fascinating to review all the available info (incl med records) and see if you can figure out what’s ailing this patient. Plus you might help him find a solution! twitter.com/nytmag/status/…
RT @f_francavilla: Just a kind reminder that this special money issue of the @NYTmag cover-to-cover fully illustrated by yours truly is out…
Truly the weirdest snide & dismissive article I’ve ever been the subject of. “He’s made the poet Rita Dove the magazine’s poetry editor. Why? Because what readers in 2018 want more than anything is more poetry.” 🤔🤔 weeklystandard.com/the-scrapbook/…
RT @GailBichler: A sneak peek of The @NYTmag Money Issue out this weekend. Beautiful art direction and design by @clauisru. 👏 Incredible i…
RT @NYTmag: At War: Journalists Were Killed in a Bombing in Kabul. I Could Have Been One of Them. nyti.ms/2rovLqq
Would like to know if this case is the first time NJ.com has had occasion to use the phrase “mystery pooper” nj.com/monmouth/index…
Imagining @peterbakernyt allowing himself a small smile when he wrote this graf https://t.co/qYQdHlYiW0
RT @nhannahjones: Please give to support a monument to one of the most important journalists, suffragist and civil rights activists in our…
This too is obvious, but still should be said: it’s crazy that we are at a point where this “still should be said” twitter.com/philiprucker/s…
RT @GailBichler: The cover of The @NYTmag Money Issue: Thrilling tales of fraud, kickbacks, money laundering, hacking, insider trading and…
RT @billwasik: This year's @NYTmag Money Issue is all about Crime. First two stories are up today: (1) a phenomenal investigation by @evanh…
Round 2 of our new weekly Behind the Cover video series where @GailBichler and I talk about the process behind the @NYTmag cover https://t.co/qmuXqPAPbR
Excellent response by a diligent, thorough and trustworthy reporter. twitter.com/zengerle/statu…
NEWS: I’m thrilled to announce that a true legend, the one and only Rita Dove will be taking over as @NYTmag poetry editor from the incomparable Terrance Hayes when Terrance’s time at the helm is up this summer. Stay tuned...
Another round of kudos for the @AzmatZahra & @Anand_Gopal_, whose brilliant @NYTmag story "The Uncounted" just won the 2018 @SidneyHillman prize for Magazine Journalism: “They checked the arrogance of the U.S. military and forced transparency." Amen. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Excited (and slightly worried) to be launching this new video series where @GailBichler and talk about how the @NYTmag cover gets made every week and show off all the bad ideas we have along the way. Here's the first one... https://t.co/qSmODxcpnH
RT @zengerle: My latest for the @NYTmag on Devin Nunes, who's been propagating (and/or falling for) conspiracy theories since before the De…
RT @EricHolst: Thoughtful response from a Penn State student to the @NYTmag piece on which endangered species we should save. https://t.co/…
RT @AlecMacGillis: Scott Pruitt, state senator, wanted a big house near OK state capital to build his profile. A big telecom lobbyist was…
Special treat in the @nytimes today (on newsstands and nat’l home delivery tomorrow): a beautifully designed (h/t @najeebah) very long excerpt from the beginning of Rachel Kushner’s great new novel, “The Mars Room.” Bravo to @caitlinroper and NYT Mag Labs for this gem... https://t.co/XYtJb2rZRq
RT @NYTmag: "In light of what we know, and the care often experienced by black women in formal healthcare institutions, we feel we have no…
RT @vanessaptrsn: teju cole summed up the passing thoughts i’ve had about the “flaneur” in his last paragraph (and this is worth reading in…
@JanelleMonae opened up to @jennydeluxe for this fascinating, keenly observed profile of the actress/singer/activist on the cusp of her first studio album in 5 years. nytimes.com/2018/04/19/mag…
RT @johnismay: When I watched FMJ for the first time, on Christmas leave 4/c year, I realized every plebe summer detailer I thought was a b…
RT @samdolnick: "Trump was somehow the first politician in however many decades of modern American political oratory to capitalize on the f…
RT @jennydeluxe: Still Processing update: We're scrapping our ENTIRE pre-planned episode and just talking about #BeyChella pls subscribe ca…
Vital reporting from the unstoppable @AlecMacGillis on how (non-profit) Liberty University used its online program to get very very rich during an era of tighter regulation on for-profit online education nytimes.com/2018/04/17/mag…
Bravo to @mega2e and @jodikantor, such brave and visionary reporters, whose work has already had a measurable impact on the world and whose Pulitzer acceptance speech should go down in history as one of the best and most moving ever. twitter.com/mega2e/status/…
Huge congrats to @suzyhans, a Pulitzer finalist for her amazing book “Notes on a Foreign Country.” There are few writers out there as brave, wise, lyrical, original and dedicated. Bravo, Suzy! pulitzer.org/finalists/suzy…
RT @AlecMacGillis: The opening section of this @chashomans piece captures as well as anything I've seen the surreality of a country making…
RT @samdolnick: Here’s the trailer for Fourth Estate, the @Showtime documentary by @lizgarbus inside the @nytimes newsroom during the first…
A few weeks ago we announced a new NYT/Netflix show based on the long-running Diagnosis column in @NYTmag. Here, it actually begins. See if you can help solve our first patient case: nytimes.com/interactive/20…
RT @AsteadWesley: !! some personal news I can finally share Next week is my last week at the @BostonGlobe, a place I genuinely love and wi…
RT @abestreep: I hope you'll read about this most courageous group of kids. Thanks to the @NYTmag and @chashomans; thanks to Arlee and @Joi…
 
 
 
 
 
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