Harriet Fier

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Harriet Fier is an American writer and editor. After graduating from college, Fier got a job with Rolling Stone in San Francisco as a switchboard operator. She became the managing editor of the magazine in 1978, and held this position until 1980.[1][2] After leaving Rolling Stone, Fier edited the Style section of the Washington Post.[3]


  1. ^ Rolling Stone looks back Folio magazine, July 1987, retrieved on December 8, 2010
  2. ^ Rolling Stone Tones Up New York Magazine, January 26, 1981, retrieved on December 8, 2010
  3. ^ TV's ET Spins off Magazine South Florida Sun Sentinel, April 25, 1985, retrieved on December 8, 2010