About The New Yorker magazine subscription
The New Yorker is a magazine, that is American and it constitutes reportage, commentary and various kinds of criticism about authors and literature. The fiction and satire which is being produced in the world is looked at, and critiqued and analyzed, so as to present an unbiased view to the modern reader.
The target audience is the modern educated reader, and the cartoons and poetry present in the issues of the New Yorker, is a fascinating project for the lay man. It was first published as a weekly, in 1925, and now it is published forty seven times in a year, to keep up with its huge demand. The five issues cover two week spans and thus, are a steady read to the audience which is already hooked.
The reviews which are present though, focus at the various literary and social circles of New York City, specifically sometimes and the event listing is mostly for the literati of the city. New Yorker magazine, regardless of that, has a wide audience, globally. This is because of the availability of copies all over the world and also the internet.
The cultural life is also aptly depicted through one panel comics and cartoons, which are extremely satirical and present their views on society in a gracious way. Replete with biographies and works of currents writers, the copies sell out because of their interesting writing patterns and brilliant art work. The covers and illustrations are clear examples of that.
Issues on popular culture and modern American writing, allows to lay- reader to also amuse himself and keep himself busy. Literary reviews and the modern inclusion of short stories or poetry also include the reader into the experience of reading a New Yorker. This has led to the big boom of reading literary magazines and reviews, which hold a lot of cultural significance and importance.