Longtime New York writer Roger Angell has died at the age of 101

Longtime New York writer and editor Roger Angell has died. He was 101.

The New Yorker announced his death on Friday. Other details were not immediately available.

Roger Angell during an interview in his office at New Yorker magazine.
Roger Angell during an interview in his office at New Yorker magazine.
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Roger Angell after receiving the JG Taylor Spink Award during a ceremony at Doubleday Field in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014.
Roger Angell after receiving the JG Taylor Spink Award during a ceremony at Doubleday Field in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014.
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Angell, the son of New Yorker editor Katharine White’s founder and stepson of EB White, has contributed hundreds of essays and stories to the magazine over a 70-year career. He has also edited authors such as John Updike and Garrison Keillor.

Angell was also a past winner of the BBWAA Career Excellence Award, formerly the JG Taylor Spink Award, for meritorious contributions to baseball writing.

Angell’s books included The Five Seasons and a book of personal essays, Let Me Finish.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/20/longtime-new-yorker-writer-roger-angell-dead-at-101/ Longtime New York writer Roger Angell has died at the age of 101

JOE HERNANDEZ

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