Even Former Cond&eacute Nast Editors Who Haven’t Appeared in The New York Times Are Doing Stuff

conde-nast-logo03312010.pngToday we delve deeper, courtesy the New York Observer, into the life of the fallen Cond&eacute Nast big shot.

Thanks to The New York Times, the second half of March has provided a solid documentation of the post-Cond&eacute life. Former Jane editor Brandon Holley got profiled two weeks ago, and last week former House & Garden editor Dominique Browning wrote about the loss of her job for the Times Magazine.

And now, as this rainiest of Marches draws to a close, the Observer’s John Koblin wraps up the ex-Cond&eacute coverage wraps up (hopefully) with with a look at a few more editors:


• Ex-Cookie editor Pilar Guzman is working on a Cookie-themed cookbook and collaborating on a Web project with former Cookie coworker Yolanda Edwards.

• Former Domino editor Deborah Needleman has a Domino-esque consumer site in the works.

• Joanne Lipman, who edited Portfolio before it shuttered in 2009, has been “advising one of the BusinessWeek bidders (presumably before Bloomberg LP bought the magazine late last year), and “advising news organizations on business coverage.”