New Yorker - One Year Subscription

The New Yorker - One Year Subscription

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The New Yorker magazine is unparalleled in its combination of reporting, criticism, commentary, fiction and cartoons. As you probably already know, The New Yorker is the talk of the town -- at meetings, on the telephone, online, over a dry Martini or a hot cappuccino. From crackerjack reporting and the world's best short stories to wicked satire and…  See more details below

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The New Yorker magazine is unparalleled in its combination of reporting, criticism, commentary, fiction and cartoons. As you probably already know, The New Yorker is the talk of the town -- at meetings, on the telephone, online, over a dry Martini or a hot cappuccino. From crackerjack reporting and the world's best short stories to wicked satire and award-winning criticism, The New Yorker keeps you current. Experience the brilliant stories, breaking news, in-depth reporting, surprising opinions, those amazing cartoons and much, much more. Only The New Yorker covers the most vital stories of our time with intelligence, wit and stylish prose. 2 to 4 weeks for delivery of 1st issue.

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2000003403516
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New Yorker - One Year Subscription 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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RTNK More than 1 year ago
The writing, content, and cartoons have all gone downhill over the last decade. The New Yorker of 1999-2003 was essential reading -- engaging, thought-provoking, clever, wry. Today's New Yorker is tired. The cartoons, once clever and relevant, are now either obtuse or worn out (how many more "stressed out" montages by Roz Chast must I flip past?). For my money, I get broader and deeper political coverage in The Economist, more innovative writing and photos in The Paris Review, and sharper liberal politics/commentary in Harper's. If it weren't for the occasional serious news story (most often written by Seymour Hersh), I'd scrap my subscription.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Painfully biased. Its content is so far slanted left that it nearly falls off the magazine rack. I had subscribed for the short stories but I found purchasing a book of short stories from Barnes & Noble is much more satisfying and less annoying.