American Society of Magazine Editors

Devin Gordon

Executive Editor


Devin Gordon joined GQ in May of 2010. He covers culture, sports and politics for the magazine and edits several of its featured correspondents. In 2013, he earned a National Magazine Award nomination for editing the Punch List, and an article he edited by GQ correspondent Chris Heath, about a private zoo massacre in Zanesville, Ohio, won the National Magazine Award for excellence in reporting. Prior to joining GQ, Gordon was a senior writer and deputy editor at Newsweek, where he earned a National Magazine Award nomination in 2009 for editing the publication’s front-of-the-book section, Periscope, and wrote cover stories on Tiger Woods, Bode Miller, Tom Hanks, and the Matrix trilogy.

Gordon lives in Manhattan with his wife and their two children.