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Dan Goodgame was named editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly January 2019. He replaced interim editor-in-chief Rich Oppel. Before Rich, Tim Taliaferro served as editor-in-chief. Before Taliaferro was Brian D. Sweany, who took the reins from Jake Silverstein. Prior to Jake, the magazine was edited by Evan Smith, who took over from Gregory Curtis in 2000. Greg had been the editor since 1981, when he succeeded the founding editor, William Broyles. In forty years, Texas Monthly has had only seven editors.
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We’re fortunate to be one of the few remaining magazines to have staff writers. We truly believe this is why we’ve produced some of the best journalism in America for more than forty years, but those positions rarely open. However we’re always scouting for freelance talent, whether for the magazine or for texasmonthly.com. For more details, read through our Story Submission Guidelines.
Also, we consider our internship program to be one of the finest in the state. If you’re a student who can receive credit for an internship, apply here.
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