I know that the New Yorker Magazine publishes 47 times per year. But what weeks does it skip? There doesn't seem to be calendar of publication/non-publication weeks.
I have a recurring fear of finishing an issue at the end of a week only to find that I have to wait 7 more days for another one. (the horror!)
posted by schrodycat
on Nov 30, 2013 -
I am looking for a book that was published in the late 1980s. I cannot remember the title or the author, only that it is a memoir, and that the cover of the book (oft advertised in the New Yorker) had a small picture of a boy jumping between two rocks. The design of the cover was very much like this one for Lewis Thomas' The Fragile Species
, with the picture of the jumping boy there in the center. The only other thing I can remember is that the author's name started with two initials, i.e. T R Something or A R Something. Please help!
posted by chavenet
on Aug 21, 2013 -
I have a Complete New Yorker DVD set. My current Mac OS (10.7.5) doesn't support it any longer. ("PowerPC applications are no longer supported.") Is there a way to download individual issues on my ipad? (I know that, theoretically, I could go back and look at old issues via the New Yorker app, although it isn't clear how far back the electronic archive goes.) Or is there a way to view this stuff on my current Mac?
posted by Mr. Justice
on Jan 12, 2013 -
Does anyone know where to obtain a copy of Pat Buchanan's memo to Richard Nixon, "Dividing the Democrats"? [more inside]
posted by dhartung
on Nov 7, 2012 -
Please help me find this poem about a car crash. I think it's from the New Yorker. Two drivers are in a car crash, and then they yell at each other until one of them says "wow, we were both scared," and then they feel better. Well, something like that. [more inside]
posted by Charity Garfein
on Jul 7, 2012 -
Who wrote about a change in perspective due to a near-miss in a private airplane he was piloting? [more inside]
posted by morganw
on Nov 12, 2011 -
James Thurber fans, gather 'round. I'm reading his The Years with Ross
and in the chapter titled "More Miracle Men" is a Thurber drawing of a star above a horse, and the horse is shedding a tear. I can scarcely believe I'm using a question for this, but I greatly wish to know: Why is the horse crying?
posted by bryon
on Aug 20, 2011 -
My New Yorker Ipad app is crashing and closing within 20 seconds of opening an issue. I wrote new yorker tech support and they sent these instructions but they don't work:
Please try resetting your app using the following instructions.
1. From the iPad home screen, tap twice on the home button and the apps
that are running on your device will appear along the bottom row.
2. Hold down the icons until they "shake".
3. Tap on the red circle to reset your application. This does not delete
4. Double tap the home button again to return to all of your apps.
5. Open the app and allow for your library to update. All of your issues
should now be available for download.
I think they addressed the wrong problem. I've rewrote them but because of the holiday there is no reply. Any suggestions of what to try next? I'd like to be able to read what I've paid for
posted by Xurando
on Jul 4, 2011 -
Please recommend some books that give a similar experience to reading the New Yorker. [more inside]
posted by medusa
on Apr 4, 2011 -
Help me find an electronic version of this New Yorker cartoon. It was published within the past couple of years and is an illustration of a teacher receiving an apple from one of her students; she says something like, "Billy, I don't want an apple. I want money." Thank you!
posted by hapax_legomenon
on Feb 17, 2011 -
Trying to find an author that wrote at least one story for the New Yorker perhaps 20 to 30 years ago, about being in the Marines, not fitting in somehow, getting a rifle butt to the temple, being discharged and suffering brain trauma. [more inside]
posted by $0up
on Feb 4, 2011 -
Is "New Yorker" a euphemism for Jew? Bonus question: Help me define Antisemitism in the workplace. [more inside]
posted by Mom
on Dec 20, 2010 -
New Yorker readers: do you remember an article about an "apple man", who had extensive knowledge of heirloom varieties, and could recommend what type of apple would be best suited for different locales? [more inside]
posted by unmake
on Oct 14, 2010 -
What is the single best short story you've read in the last ten years?
Preferrably published in the last ten years, bonus points if the writer is doing something innovative or exciting. [more inside]
posted by surenoproblem
on Aug 28, 2010 -
Where can I find the "View from 9th Avenue" style poster that was based on Harvard instead of New York? [more inside]
posted by jefficator
on Jul 5, 2010 -
Looking for a poem about winter that I believe was Theodore Roethke but was in the New Yorker within the last ten years. [more inside]
posted by mygothlaundry
on Jun 8, 2010 -
I really enjoy reading those anthologies of the best American non-fiction stories that come out every year -- particularly because they a) are easy to finish in 20-40 minutes and b) introduce me to new magazines/writers/concepts. I'm looking for other compendiums of magazine-style writing or articles or suggestions on where to go to find new collections of feature-length non-fiction pieces. [more inside]
posted by melodykramer
on Jan 14, 2010 -
'New Yorker' short story posted in the last year, or the last few years, about a man who lives with the ghost of his parents. Link? [more inside]
posted by caveat
on Dec 28, 2009 -
Looking for a specific Christmas cartoon printed in the New Yorker a couple of years ago. [more inside]
posted by cr_joe
on Nov 21, 2009 -
[NewYorkerPoetryFilter] Sometime in the 1990s, the New Yorker published a poem of several verses consisting of the same lines in different order. Please help me find it. [more inside]
posted by woot
on Aug 21, 2009 -
Help me find a reprint of Saul Steinberg's 1976 New Yorker poster
, if such a thing exists. This is my awesome birthday gift idea for my husband... but I can't afford an original, which sell on fleabay for $200ish. I'm in the UK right now but will be moving to NYC in September, so a store there or online place would be great.
posted by hibbersk
on Aug 9, 2009 -
Please explain what happened in Edna O'Brien's short story "Old Wounds", published in the June 8-15 issue of the New Yorker (link
). [more inside]
posted by medusa
on Jun 12, 2009 -
I need a hand trying to hunt down an article about a column published by "We," probably in New York. [more inside]
posted by Su
on Jan 3, 2009 -
I need help coming up with a clever caption for a birthday cake for my sister-in-law's 50th birthday party. The cake will be based on this
New Yorker cover. [more inside]
posted by bondcliff
on Nov 20, 2008 -
A few years ago there was a short story in the New Yorker set in the near future. The characters were children raised in a world where they seemed to be market research test subjects...
I really can't recall any more details than that... Does this ring any bells?
posted by psergio
on Jun 5, 2008 -
Does anyone know of an English-language newspaper directed toward residents of Berlin? [more inside]
posted by GilloD
on Mar 27, 2008 -
Does anyone know which recent issue of the New Yorker has a Truman Capote article in it? [more inside]
posted by lisaj32
on Mar 17, 2007 -
One feature of the New Yorker's recent 'Cartoon Issue' was a two-pager by their regular, Roz, documenting her reaction to manga. So... what was
that thing sticking out of her friend's head? [more inside]
posted by Rash
on Dec 11, 2006 -
When does your subscribed copy of the New Yorker arrive? I've recently subscribed and it seems that I'm getting my copy well after they hit the newsstands. When did the issue dated 11/14 arrive, was that the usual, and what part of the country are you in?
posted by boombot
on Nov 14, 2005 -
I'm trying to locate two cartoons (both possibly from the New Yorker). 1 - A group of lost hikers are examining a map. One, pointing to a mountain in the distance, is saying, "I've got it! We're on that mountain over there!" 2 - Tribal setting. A witch doctor wearing a mask and a weeping widow are standing over a dead villager. The witch doctor is saying, "There's still so much we don't know."
I have the Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker CDs, but I can't find either of these cartoons using the search capabilities. If you can give me date and author information, that'd be great.
posted by painquale
on Apr 14, 2005 -
If you're "of a certain age," you probably remember that "Bo knows football." And he knew a lot of other stuff, too. But I'm not really interested in all that. What I am interested in is that Bo also knew typing. You know?
posted by *burp*
on Jan 18, 2005 -
I liked reading this article
about Collegehumor.com and this article
about Delicious Monster. Any suggestions for any other great articles on what successes young people are having these days with respect to the tech sector? I'd prefer current articles to Jobs / Gates era stuff.
posted by banished
on Jan 17, 2005 -
BigFatFavorFilter: one of my close family members has a photo in the calendar insert of the New Yorker (Dec. 13 issue). The calendars apparently only go to subscribers, though, so I can't acquire it from a newsstand issue. Would anybody be willing to send me their copy of the calendar insert? Please comment -- I'll email you with a mailing address -- and I can reimburse you a couple bucks for postage, too. [more inside]
posted by oldtimey
on Dec 10, 2004 -