Posts Tagged ‘Michael Schaffer’

Ex-WCP Editor Michael Schaffer to Lead Washingtonian

Former Washington City Paper editor Michael Schaffer was named the top editor at Washingtonian magazine today, replacing current editor Garrett Graff, who announced in April he would be stepping down after five years at the helm of the monthly publication.
Schaffer, a D.C. native, edited City Paper from 2010 to 2012 before he decamped for The New Republic, where he served as the national magazine's editorial director (and where [...]

City Paper Loses an Editor, Gets Another

We've got big changes today at Washington City Paper. Editor Michael Schaffer is leaving the paper to become editorial director at the retooling The New Republic, and is being replaced here by current managing editor Mike Madden. Arts editor Jonathan Fischer's headed to the managing editor spot.
Emails from Schaffer and Madden after the jump.

Michael Schaffer is New Editor of Washington City Paper

Life is coming full circle for best-selling author Michael Schaffer. "The first story I wrote at Washington City Paper, I was living with my parents at the time," he says. "I think I'll be staying with them again during this transition, although I better ask them first."
The 36-year-old D.C. native and City Paper alum, currently living in Philadelphia, was [...]