Where does a journalist go when a magazine closes? The question is almost as existential as the tree in the forest scenario, but thanks to New York magazine, we may just have our answer.
Five months after Men’s Vogue published its last issue, New York magazine caught up with the staff to find out just what they were up to. Sure there were the obvious few—Anna Wintour kept her job as EIC of Vogue—but the search also lead to some interesting results. Find out who sold a screenplay, who’s traipsing around India and who was seduced away from the magazine industry by Obama, after the jump.
Anna Wintour (Editorial Director): Still at Vogue.
Jay Fielden (Editor-in-Chief): Still at Vogue.
Courtney Sava (Art Director): Relocated to Los Angeles.
Stephen Watson (Fashion Director): Now a contributing editor at CondÃ© Nast Portfolio.
Michael Mraz (Managing Editor): With Hud Morgan is shopping their first screenplay, Wet Dreams, a feature comedy about a disgraced Olympic swimmer who is forced to work at a water park.
Corey Seymour (Senior Editor): Currently editing and writing for Tar, Rolling Stone, and men.style.com.
Tasha Green (Associate Editor): Designing for fledgling fashion label Hester with Mauricio Quezada.
Hudson Morgan (Associate Editor): See Michael Mraz.
Ned Martel (Editor-at-Large): Reviewing television shows for the New York Times. [Ed: And, we hear, interviewing for a certain highly placed newspaper job.] Sarah Jenks-Daly (Media and Entertainment Editor): Has written for Teen Vogue.
Taylor Antrim (Articles Editor): Writing about books for the Daily Beast.
Nicholas Mosquera (Features Assistant): According to Facebook, he’s been traipsing through India.
Liz McDaniel (Assistant to the Managing Editor): Freelance writing.
Chloe Kamark (Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief): According to Facebook, analyzing policy for Blue Star Families for Obama.
Okay, we couldnâ€™t the entire masthead. If you know to know where everyone else ended up, go check out the full New York magazine story.