Victor S. Navasky

Victor S. Navasky came to The Nation as editor in 1978, was made publisher and general partner in 1995, and is now publisher emeritus. The Delacorte Professor of Journalism at Columbia University and Director of the George Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism, he chairs the Columbia Journalism Review. He was the founder, editor, and publisher of Monocle, an editor for the New York Times Magazine, and a columnist for the New York Times Book Review. The author of Naming Names, which won the National Book Award in 1982, and Kennedy Justice, he lives in New York City.


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A Matter of Opinion

Victor S. Navasky
Picador

Winner of the 2005 George Polk Book Award Victor S. Navasky is the renowned editor, writer, and educator who was at the helm of The Nation for almost...


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Naming Names

Victor S. Navasky
Hill and Wang

With a New Afterword by the Author “An astonishing work concerning personal honor and dishonor, shame and shamelessness. A book of stunning insights...


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