Esther Fein Remnick

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Mon Dec 16 2019
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Former American reporter, Esther Fein Remnick is best known for her reporting for the worldwide leading reading newspaper, The New York Times. She is also a news contributor for the significant American daily journal, The Washington Post. Currently, she is a freelance writer in Washington.

Esther was born as Esther Beth Fein in the United States of America and holds American citizenship. She is the daughter of Hyman William Fein (father), who's the native of Monsey, New Jersey. On the other side, she is a married woman. To know more about Remnick's personal life, read the article till the end.

Marital Relationship with Editor of The New Yorker

The former New York Times reporter, Esther married David Remnickthe editor of The New Yorker in a Jewish ceremony performed by a New Jersey-based Rabbi Nachum Muschel and Rabbi Andre Ungar. Their marriage was held on 25th October 1987 at the Lincoln Square Synagogue in Manhattan, New York City, NY.

Esther Fein Remnick with her David Remnick during The New Yorker Festival 2014 wrap party
Photo: Esther Fein Remnick and her husband, David Remnick at the Top of The Standard Hotel on 22th October 2014 in New York City, New York. 
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Before their wedding ceremony, the couple announced they're going to tie their knot in October after completing their engagement in April 1987. On a similar hand, both of their parents, Barbara Seigel, and Edward C. Remnick (from David's side) and Hyman William Fein (from Esther's side) planned their nuptial beautifully.

Esther Fein Remnick and her son, Noah Remnick with Malcolm Gladwell, a staff writer at The New Yorker
Picture: Esther Fein Remnick and her son, Noah Remnick with Malcolm Gladwell at the top of the Standard Hotel, 848 Washington Street on 3rd October 2015 in New York City, NY. 
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The pair are living the cherishable moments while maintaining a strong marital bond as well. They also celebrates their wedding anniversary on the 25th of October every year and recently both wished their 32nd anniversary on 25th October 2019. They also shares three adorable children, AlexNoah, and Natasha Remnick.

Net Value - $150 Thousand

Esther Fein Remnick's net worth is $150 Thousand as of 2019. She earned a total wealth from her reporting works. She is currently earning a fruitful salary from her current profession i.e., freelance writer. So, her salary might be similar to an American freelance writer which is $49,350 yearly.

Meanwhile, Esther's husband maintains a whopping total fortune of $2.5 Million. He collects a substantial remuneration from his editing works. Likewise, the average income of an editor of The New Yorker is $74,187 annuallywhich might Remnick's average payroll per year.

Grasping the Skill of Writing

The former reporter, Esther got her life turning opportunity after she became the reporter for The New York Times. Furthermore, she became the news contributor for The Washington Post. Since then, she is experiencing the arts of writing as a freelance writer.

On the other hand, Esther's spouse also pursued his career as a reporter for The Washington Post in 1982. He then became a staff writer for The New Yorker in September 1992. He currently serves as the editor for the magazine since 1998, where Jane Mayer also works.

Esther's Husband, (David)'s Publications

Esther's beloved spouse, David wrote his first book, Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days of the Soviet Empire in 1993. The book is listed on the price of $9.89, which includes 40 new ($10.49), 119 used ($9.89), and four collectible ($6.99).

David wrote his second novel, The Devil Problem: And Other True Stories on 30th September 1997, which is about the sketch of Lenin's Tomb. It currently prizes $14.60 in paperback, including 25 used ($0.25), new ($10.60) and collectible ($12.00). It also costs $19.40 in hardcover that consists of 47 used ($0.01), seven new ($12.99), and nine collectibles ($5.00).

David Remnick wrote his second book, The Devil Problem: And Other True Stories
Image: David Remnick's second novel, The Devil Problem: And Other True Stories received 4.5 stars out of 5. 
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Remnick's third book, Resurrection: The Struggle for a New Russia is the story of the Soviet Union. For his book, he received a Pulitzer Prize garnering four stars out of five from 12 ratings. As of now, it costs $17.00 in paperback, which includes 53 used ($0.10), five new ($11.74).

The New Yorker's editor wrote several books, including King of the World, Wonderful Town, The New Gilded Age, and The Fun of It: Stories from The Talk of the Town, The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama and various others.


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