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Adrienne Miller was only 25 when she got her dream job: Literary Editor of Esquire. The men’s magazine that was once home to legendary fiction writers like Ernest Hemingway and F.

Adrienne Miller on working at Esquire, plus her relationship with David Foster Wallace

Adrienne Miller was only 25 when she got her dream job: Literary Editor of Esquire. The men’s magazine that was once home to legendary fiction writers like Ernest Hemingway and F.

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