I can't seem to find Andrew Coleman's name anywhere on the listing of editors of this magazine. Has he left Saveur? To go where? Why?
I attended a food writers panel at the Texas Book Fair some years back where he was the moderator and thoroughly enjoyed his comments, as well as his articles in Saveur. Anyone have any information?
His name is Coleman Andrews. If you want to Google for it there is an interview with him on NPR from last January. I think he moved on. I know I came across something about where he was going next. I can't remember at the moment.
It was originally reported back in July in Mediaweek, "James Oseland, who was previously Saveur's managing editor has replaced Andrews."
Andrews is going to occasionally going to show up in Gourmet (which provided much fodder for the press considering his well-known affair with Gourmet's editor, Ruth Reichel) as well as work on a personal memoir.
I, too, noticed the change in this month's Saveur. I am a long-time reader and subscriber of this magazine. The latest issue is hard to distinguish from an issue of Gourmet, what with all the glossy automobile ads and "special advertising" sections. I don't think this is an improvement to my (once) favorite publication.
James Oseland, the new editor, is the author of "Cradle of Flavor" and a believer in regional cuisine, or at least he gives that impression in his writing.