Skip to comments.Former NYT Managing Editor Bites Paper From the Grave
Posted on 01/14/2010 6:48:26 AM PST by AIM Freeper
Former New York Times managing editor Gerald Boyd who died three years ago from cancer takes a swipe at his former employer on the Jayson Blair scandal in a new book that is set to be released on Feb. 1.
From The New York Observer
In two weeks, a memoir by Gerald Boyd, the former managing editor of The New York Times who was forced out of the paper along with executive editor Howell Raines in the wake of the Jayson Blair scandal, will be published by the small, Chicago-based publisher Lawrence Hill Books. Boyd died three years ago from cancer, but before his death, he had written two drafts of his book. Instead of letting them sit in a drawer, his wife, journalist Robin Stone, put the two together, did some editing and created My Times in Black and White. It will hit bookstores on Feb. 1.
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Dead three years and still playing the race card
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