The New Yorker Magazine Subscription

The New Yorker

The New Yorker magazine is one of the best known and loved of the opinion and arts magazines. Its award winning covers are legendary, as well as its cartoons and commentary. It showcases short fiction along with current trends, sports, fashion and entertainment.

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Customer Reviews

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    The Magazine to Impress Others that You'll Actually Like

    I have been subscribing to the New Yorker for five years now, and it has been a very enlightening experience. The New Yorker does its part in covering big news stories, but it's not really a news magazine. The perspectives are unique (and admittedly lean to the left), and the kind you're not likely to get elsewhere. The authors use the first person because they tend to be part of the stories they're covering. Take Jon Lee Anderson, probably the most credible reporter covering the Middle East today. His "Letters From" various cities involve accounts of his meetings with locals and leaders.

    Other segments are more like NPR stories--unique perspectives...

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    For any age

    Over 10 years ago, my high school English teacher recommended that all of his students get a subscription to The New Yorker. He often xeroxed the fiction pieces for us to read, and was known for saying, "If you read this magazine cover to cover each week, you'll learn almost everything you need to know about what's going on in the world." Because I thought he was great, I got a subscription, and have never regretted it. For a few years I read only the fiction pieces and the poetry, and gradually moved towards the Talk of the Town, and beyond.

    I haven't lived in the New York area since high school, but each week when my New Yorker comes I gleefully...

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    Essential

    Described by the publisher as "a national magazine edited to address current issues, ideas and events...domestic, and international news analysis, with in depth features, critics and humorous observations on politics and business, culture and the arts, education, style, sports and literature", that certainly describes what The New Yorker does, but not what it is...

    In our opinion, The New Yorker is second only - barely - to The Atlantic Monthly in terms of scope of reporting, quality of writing and relevance of material. In fact, both magazines share a similar format and layout.

    The New Yorker is essential if you live in New York City, visit frequently...

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