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The New Editor of the Paris Review

In April, Emily Nemens, then the coeditor of the in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was named the new editor of the . Nemens started the new position at the ’s New York City office in June and succeeds Lorin Stein, who resigned in December 2017 amid allegations of sexual misconduct toward female staffers and writers. Nemens takes over a storied publication that is much more than and her approach to editing.

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