“This is one of those titles that can’t be argued with, and it just really fits the mold of what a man’s reading life should be,” says David Pogue, a senior editor at the New York Times who covers women’s magazines.
“The title of this issue is really telling.”
“It’s about finding your niche and being able to be that reader,” says Pogue.
For men, the book features an interview with one of the industry’s top female editors, Lauren Olin, who talks about her book’s importance to the industry, and offers tips on how to find the best content online.
The book also features a profile of editor Jill Filipovic, who describes herself as a “femme fatale” and has been on the hunt for niche content for years.
Filipovic is also featured on the cover of the magazine.
“I think the best way to read this is as a woman who has found a niche,” Filipovic says in the profile.
“I’m a girl, and I don’t have a niche, so I need to find it.”
The article goes on to highlight some of the best niche publications on the market.
The women of New York Magazine, for example, write about “the most important women’s issues,” while GQ magazine features stories on the intersection of race, class, and gender.
The book also includes an interview from a woman named Jen, who says she has been working in the fashion industry since 2004.
She tells the magazine that she has a “lack of time to read,” but she’s “not a bad reader, just a great one.”
The cover of New Year’s Eve features a photo of a woman with the words “I know what it feels like to love.”
“This was the first time I’d ever seen a cover with a woman in a hijab on the front, so it was a pretty significant moment for me,” Jen tells the publication.