The standard by which all magazines are compared, and the publisher of leading fiction and nonfiction for almost a century. A must have for any serious reader.The New Yorker/i offers a smart, lively, and timely mix of politics and world affairs, business and science, and arts and letters. Its writers and artists, the finest working today, fill the magazine with award-winniThe standard by which all magazines are compared, and the publisher of leading fiction and nonfiction for almost a century. A must have for any serious reader.The New Yorker/i offers a smart, lively, and timely mix of politics and world affairs, business and science, and arts and letters. Its writers and artists, the finest working today, fill the magazine with award-winning reporting, criticism, fiction, poetry. and cartoons. Available weekly....
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the new yorker magazine Reviews
It provides my daily read...
See, now, Goodreads: don't ever say you aren't having an effect on me. Heretofore I never even read my fiction issues!Dashiell Hammett, "An Inch and a Half of Glory" -- on the addictive nature and the perils of being thought a hero.Gary Shteyngart, Memoir: "From the Diaries of Pussy-Cake" -- My introduction to Shteyngart. Knocked my socks off. George Pelecanos, True Crimes: "Twisted" -- Thanking his lucky stars for having made it through his adolescence and young adulthood aliveAnnie Proulx, "Rough Deeds" -- I was undergoing Annie Proulx deprivation and didn't know it! How does she do that!?Ed Park, "Slide to Unlock" -- And his life passes before his eyes....Sherman Alexie, "Happy Trails" -- "Maybe he thought he could kill the world and instead learned that the world is undefeated."Cormac McCarthy, Screenplay, "Scenes of the Crime" -- Something about drugs being smuggled in a septic-tank truck and a motorcyclist who gets his head blown off. Took too much effort...Adam Gopnik, A Critic at Large, "In the Back Cabana--The Rise and Fall of Florida Crime Fiction" -- A Goodreads friend recently discussed, in his review of The Last of the Mohicans, the origins of the Western hero. I haven't studied or read or heretofore really thought much about the derivations of types of characters, but it seemed to me that I could see in Gopnik's analysis the line from Western hero to hardbitten LA detective, and maybe from there to Florida crime fiction....and more to come! (still reading)Index: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/201...
One of my weekly favorites
This was a book club pick.
A weekly indulgence for the literate!