The New Yorker
is a weekly literary, cultural and news magazine published in New York City.
Following its debut on February 21, 1925, it has produced 4000 issues. The magazine has a reputation for being both liberal and painfully highbrow, and is renowned for the collection of one-panel cartoons it includes in every issue; Charles Addams
, Gahan Wilson
and James Thurber
are among the more famous of the artists it has employed over the decades.
It is also noted for its long nonfiction articles, such as John Hersey's 31,000-word piece on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
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