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Elizabeth Bruenig Is Already in Fall Mode

Elizabeth Bruenig Is Already in Fall Mode



“I work on morality and public life, which is kind of douchey,” says journalist Elizabeth Bruenig, who in June moved from the New York Times Opinion pages to a staff gig at the Atlantic. A Texan Christian socialist, Bruenig is known for many things: her reporting, obviously, as well as her podcast (The Bruenigs, which she co-hosts with her husband, Matt), her robust Twitter presence, and, lately, her constant baking projects; for the past year, she has been on a (well-documented) tear of macarons. “You can do all kinds of ridiculous crap with them!” she raves, explaining the meticulous multi-step process and all the things that can go wrong.



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