My original title for this post was "Sometimes People Want Jobs in Journalism, So They Treat Editors Like Newsmakers and Interview Them." But then I decided not to be a jerk and made it the first line of my post instead.
Last week, Mother Jones editors Clara Jeffery and Monika Bauerlein spoke with CampusProgress about "men, women, and journalism." More specifically, the lack of female writers and editors at thought-leader magazines, MoJo's recent cover story on Hillary Clinton, and how the starving interns and fellows here at Mother Jones really shouldn't be complaining about their wages. Little is said about the quality or professionalism of Mother Jones' bloggers.
All jokes aside, it's worth a read. Have a look!