3 May, 16 | by Kelly Horwood, BMJ
Editor-in-Chief, ESMO Open
Harold Ross, the founding editor of The New Yorker, once said
“Editing is the same as quarreling with writers — same thing exactly.”
And while we may hope that ESMO Open achieves the success of that journal, I disagree. I like to think that’s what he would have wanted.
I have already explained a little of the Why and the What of ESMO Open elsewhere (http://esmoopen.bmj.com/content/1/1/e000008 ), but now I’d like to consider the How. My approach to such problems is always the same: The answer to How is Who, and the answer to Who is, naturally, my friends.