New Yorker Magazine Yearly Subscription
For nearly a century, The New Yorker has given commentary of the various aspects of culture. No matter what your interests, The New Yorker magazine has an article for you, with articles on the latest news, books, science and technology, business and even humor.More...
For nearly a century, The New Yorker has given commentary of the various aspects of culture. No matter what your interests, The New Yorker magazine has an article for you, with articles on the latest news, books, science and technology, business and even humor. By buying a discounted subscription, you will be buying a piece of culture.
The New Yorker’s News and Politics
Whether you follow the news religiously or just like to keep up with major events, this magazine can help you. The magazine always has the most pertinent news presented in interesting articles that will keep you well versed in the current political climate. You will always be informed and knowledgeable about your discounted subscription.
The Cultured Subscriber
By buying a discount subscription, you will always be up to date on the latest cultural trends be that of entertainment, books, or current trends in lifestyles. The New Yorker mag informs you of up and coming actors and writers that you will love, but wouldn’t find on your own. Not to mention the magazine’s emphasis on humorous articles that will give you a chuckle to brighten your workday. With the help of this magazine, you are sure to find new things to experience and enrich your life.
A Guide to Science, Technology, and Business
Regardless of whether you are an Apple or an Android person, you will love all the articles that The New Yorker has on the newest gadgets and scientific discoveries. With your subscription, you can stay up to date on the latest medical research and trends in science and impress your friends with your knowledge at your next dinner party. The New Yorker will also keep you informed of what is happening in the business sector of the world to make sure you know the companies that you are buying from and investing in.
Regardless of where you are in your life, The New Yorker has something for you!
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Obviously they pay their writers and cartoonist a lot of money as they seem to get the best. Very current and detailed journalism. This is a liberal publication for Eastern elites. I have been reading it for twenty years even though I am in Jacksonville, Florida. I never go to New York. Excellent editing and choice of the subject matter.
I love the New Yorker magazine, and have paid for and read it in many formats over the years. This form of the subscription where I get the current magazine delivered to my Fire is working well for me. And the price of $5.00 a month for the two biweekly magazines is the best value I have found. The only thing I had to give up was an actual copy to keep, paper or digital. In this subscription, the next current issue replaces the past one, and there is no copy saved. If I want to keep digital copies of any magazine the price through Zinio is usually double what I am paying for this, and Zinio stores the copy for me, so it is not on my device taking up space. I have decided this magazine is so current event oriented that keeping a copy is not necessary. The magazine is beautiful and easy to read on my Fire.
None better. More editing for the modern era? Shorter articles, not more than 6 pages, maybe??
I'm a former New Yorker, so perhaps I am biased, but I love this magazine. There used to be an ad for The New Yorker in the 80s touting it as "The Best Magazine that ever was" and I agree with that. It's extremely well written and edited, and it's a class act from the first page to the last. You don't have to be a New Yorker or former New Yorker to read it, that's for sure. The articles are sharp, current, and they make you think. The interviews are spectacular. The artwork and cartoons alone should keep you coming back for more.
Very much enjoyed my subscription: great, thoughtful articles, wonderful cartoons, interesting fiction, even like the letters. If only it didn't come every week! Can't keep up, so I let the subscription lapse and ordered the Atlantic., which uses some of the same (and same quality of) authors. Will miss the cartoons, though...