About: Andy Hollandbeck

Andy Hollandbeck Andy Hollandbeck became The Saturday Evening Post’s copy editor at the beginning of 2016; he is now also the managing editor. His experience in editing and wordsmithing runs the gamut from book publishing to blogging to digital marketing to traditional advertising to, now, magazine publishing. He is also the owner and high muckety-muck at Logophilius Editorial LLC and publishes a weekly column at Copyediting.com.

Posts by Andy Hollandbeck:

Artie Shaw playing a clarinet
The Hard Life of a Jazz Man

In 1939, jazz clarinetist and bandleader Artie Shaw showed that there was a lot of money to be made in music, but, he writes, “despite More

Ellis Island
Huddled Masses Need Not Apply

The arguments for immigration control in this 1907 Post article are remarkably similar to many of the arguments we hear today; only the names have More

Saxophone and microphone
Jazz History by Men Who Made It

Discover how jazz — the music, the audience, and the business — proliferated across the country during the 20th century, as told by jazz legends More

The Perfect Gift

A man wonders how the expensive birthday present he’s chosen for a much younger woman will be perceived. New fiction by Andy Hollandbeck. More

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