- Robert Silvers
Robert Silvers is the editor of The New York Review of Books.
He was a founding co-editor with Barbara Epstein, with whom he worked from 1963 until her death in 2006.
Silvers has also edited several anthologies featuring New York Review contributors, including The Consequences to Come: American Power After Bush and The Company They Kept: Writers on Unforgettable Friendships.
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Join us Friday August 19:
One week after the brutal attack on author @SalmanRushdie, the NY literary community is rallying in solidarity and presenting public readings from Rushdie's works on the steps of @nypl on 5th Avenue.
#StandWithSalman. Details: https://pen.org/event/stand-with-salman/
There's a "before" & "after" to the new #SalmanRushdie affair. This terrorist attack requires a strong reply. So, in @TheAtlantic, my call for the author of #TheSatanicVerses, and my dear friend, Salman Rushdie, to receive the #NobelPrize in Literature. https://bit.ly/3JZ22vX