I was once the best-selling author of the bestselling Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair books, and I was the only female editor in the company’s history.
Then, in 2010, a friend who was in the business called to say that she had an idea for a magazine she wanted to create.
I thought to myself, this is crazy.
We are in the digital age, and we need to have a female editor.
So I asked if I could join the editorial staff.
The idea was so crazy, I said no.
It was like the world was flat.
She didn’t get it, and she didn’t want to work for me.
She ended up quitting her job and started her own company.
But the concept wasn’t completely off the table.
Now, I am a member of the editorial team, but I am still a writer, not an editor.
She and her husband own a publishing house and, after years of trying to get in on the game, they decided to make their own magazine.
Now I am on the editorial side of things, but not the publisher side, and not the magazine side.
My daughter is now 11 years old, and this is what I want to do.
So here are some things I want the Rolling Stone team to know: Women are still writing, and they will be in this industry for a long time.
Women are more likely to be published than men.
Women make up 10% of the U.S. workforce.
It is still very difficult for women to find jobs in publishing.
They often have to work harder and harder to get a foot in the door.
But if you look at the numbers, they are doing a fantastic job, so I don’t want them to quit.
And women writers will be the most influential in our industry for decades.
And we are lucky to have some great women in this company who are also amazing writers.
You can check out the full list of the women at the bottom of the article.