Myrna Blyth was the editor-in-chief of "Ladies' Home Journal" from 1981 to 2002 and also in charge of the business side of the magazine for more than a dozen years. She was also founding editor-in-chief and publishing director of "MORE" magazine. She has won numerous awards as an editor and magazine executive, including the Magazine Publisher Association's Henry Johnson Fisher Award and the Publishing Executive of the Year Award from "Advertising Age." Before joining "Ladies' Home Journal," Blyth was the executive editor of "Family Circle." She's married, has two sons and lives in New York City.
"Should be required reading for all the women in this country who've grown tired of not thinking for themselves."- "The Washington Times" "Blyth shines an unsparing spotlight on the elite media -- and offers a timely warning to not believe the hype."- Monica Crowley, WABC Radio "an expose that will certainly wipe those big smiles of the faces of Katie, Diane, [and] Barbara. "- Bernard Goldberg, bestselling author of "Bias"