Continuing its upward slug towards its 90th birthday, The New Yorker is a quality weekly magazine from America with a focus on news, commentary, satire, essays, fiction and poetry. First published in 1925 this long-lived title is well known for its topical covers, commentaries on popular culture and eccentric Americana. Covering a wide range of political issues alongside an attention to literary studies with the inclusion of short stories, The New Yorker is a quality publication for anyone looking for an informative take on current issues alongside a healthy dollop of satire.
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The New Yorker is quite the gem among current affairs magazines, originally a sophisticated humour magazine, it has since developed as a forum for serious fiction literature and journalism. Not overly-lavish with photography, this magazine is laden with articles with space left over for its delightful satire and gag cartoons. Its long lifetime has clearly given its staff vast experience, getting a reputation for reaching the hard-hitting stories that won’t hit mainstream news for months.
While based in New York (surprise surprise!) this magazine has a readership encouraging America and international territories for good reason. Its coverage of wide ranging common sense issues and critical events have earned it its reputation for forthrightness, irreverence towards authority and shaking the system at its roots. For anyone with a need to know about the most critical current events, which shape not just America but trends that can transfer internationally, and a serious piece covering literature alongside a healthy appreciation of satire, The New Yorker could not be more highly recommended.