Mary-Kay Wilmers cofounded the London Review of Books in 1979 and has been its sole editor since 1992. Her editorial life began long before that: she started work as a secretary at Faber and Faber in the time of T.S. Eliot, then moved on to The Listener and the Times Literary Supplement. She is the author of The Eitingons (Faber and Faber), a book about her family and their Cold War deeds and misdeeds, which The Daily Telegraph called ‘transfixingly readable.’ Her collection of essays, Human Relations and Other Difficulties, is published by Profile in the UK and is forthcoming from Farrar, Straus and Giroux in the US.
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