Resigned from Heat magazine

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/dec/17/heat-magazine-sam-delaney-editor-resigns

“Sam Delaney is to step down as the editor of Heat magazine to work on a book and a new television show for the US cable TV channel Comedy Central.

Heat’s executive editor, Lucie Cave, will step in as acting editor of the Bauer Media magazine from next month. Delaney was appointed editor in September last year.

Delaney said: “I have been honoured and privileged to edit such a great magazine and work with the best editorial team in the business.

“I’ve enjoyed every minute but these new opportunities are too exciting to turn down. I wish Heat every success in the future and leave it in the supremely talented hands of Lucie Cave.”

Heat’s managing director, Sophie Wybrew-Bond, added: “Lucie is a huge talent who has become an invaluable member of the Heat team over the past seven years, as a broadcaster, writer and senior editor.”

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About Sam Delaney

Hello, I'm Sam Delaney. I'm a journalist, author, broadcaster and the new editor of Heat Magazine. This site is full of stuff about all the things I've done for anyone who wants or needs to know (also anyone who has Googled the esteemed American sci-fi writer Samuel R Delaney and landed here by accident. You're probably now feeling deeply disappointed. I don't blame you. I have written two books, neither of which are set in space and/or the future I'm afraid). Anyway, have a snoop around if you fancy it. Perhaps buy one of my books. Night Of The Living Dad is a sort of memoir wrapped around my first year as a father. The brilliant Danny Wallace said "This book is all about the F words. Funny. Frank. Fearless. And Fatherhood. I loved it." Meanwhile, David Peace (author of The Damned United and The Red Riding Quartet) called it: "A wholly original dissection of fatherhood, both dark and tender, that even had a miserable bastard like me laughing out loud." And who are you to argue with them? Exactly.

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