Monday, October 27, 2008

Brave New World at the New Yorker

The New Yorker will be issuing a digital edition of its magazine every Monday. According to the ad I read in my good old-fashioned print copy, subscribers of this edition will get “every page exactly as it appears in print, plus access to the complete New Yorker archives.” No information on the cost, though the first four issues are free. Here’s where to sign up, if you’re interested. (My impression is that if you’re already a subscriber, you’ll be able to add on the digital version, but don’t quote me.)

I like the convenience of lugging around the paper version on the Metro, on the couch, and so on…but I hate that I don’t get it until Thursday, which never gives me enough time to pull it together to enter the last page cartoon contest.


DC-area author Leslie Pietrzyk explores the creative process and all things literary.