How to get your work on The New York Times Magazine
The New Jersey Times Magazine has selected two people who will be writing the front page of its March issue.
They are David Giamatti, a New York-based illustrator, and James Ransome, an illustrator and a New Yorker.
They will be featured in the magazine’s February issue.
“David Giamattis is one of the most prolific illustrators in the world, but he is not alone,” the editors wrote in the announcement.
“James Ransomes work is exceptional.
In his illustration of the American flag, he conjures a powerful image of American values and values of freedom, democracy and patriotism.
This is a beautiful and powerful illustration, but it’s also an art project that requires a commitment from the writer.”
Giamatti is an award-winning illustrator whose work includes a series of photographs of the Great Wall of China and an image of a soldier holding a gun, which he created to honor a soldier killed by ISIS militants in Iraq.
Ransoms work is based on a story about his own life that he tells about the impact of violence on young people and his journey to become a father.
The two are the first to be named as contributors.
The New York Review of Books also announced its choice for a cover, which will be illustrated by J.M. Barrie.
Barrie, the author of the bestselling novel The Sandman, will illustrate a cover of the issue that will include a photo of a child who is a victim of sexual abuse.
It will be a photo that Barrie has never been able to find the courage to share.
Barries story is one that has made its way across generations.
It is a tale of a girl who was abused by a male relative in her family.
Barries family was a devout Catholic family in suburban Philadelphia.
She was sexually abused by her stepfather and had to live with it until she was 16.
Her story was made famous in the book of the same name.
The book has sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.
“The Sandman” has been adapted for television, and Barrie is also writing and directing a film adaptation.