"Heretical" Editor Sid Evans Goes South

It belongs in a Monty Python skit, perhaps, but the New York Inquisition has apparently named departing Field & Stream editor Sid Evans to their list of the “to-be-persecuted.” At least that’s how this piece in The New York Times presents it. “Since 2002, he had served as editor of Field & Stream, following a stint as the editor of Men’s Journal and senior positions at GQ and Sports Afield. He had worked with highly regarded and hard-living writers like George Plimpton, Thomas McGuane, Jim Harrison and Richard Ford.” Article by Eric Konigsberg.
We’ll see how Mr. Evans likes the switch from elk chops to roast oysters.
(Thanks to reader Chris Miller for this link.)

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