Relatively new Esquire editor Jay Fielden is wasting no time in adding some big time talent. According to The New York Post, John Lahr, Dwight Garner and Jay McInerney are all coming aboard as contributors.
Lahr is The New Yorker’s chief theater critic. He has contributed to the New Yorker since 1992.
Garner is The New York Times’ literary critic. He has been with the Times since 1999.
McInerney is a novelist, most famous for his 1984 work, Bright Lights, Big City.
An earlier version of this post indicated that Lahr, Garner and McInerney are leaving their current roles. All three are remaining with their respective outlets.