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All the New Yorker Story Roundups You Should Read While the Stories Are Still Unlocked, As Well As All the New Yorker Stories They Link To

Featured Collection: Profiles, New Yorker

"Isadora," January 10, 1927

"Secrets of the Magus," April 5, 1993

"Covering the Cops," February 17, 1986

"Two Heads," February 12, 2007

"The Man Who Walks on Air," April 5, 1999

"Delta Nights," June 5, 2000

Love Stories, by Deborah Treisman, New Yorker

"What Is Remembered," Alice Munro, February 19, 2001

"The Love of My Life," T. C. Boyle, March 6, 2000

"Reverting to a Wild State," Justin Torres, August 1, 2011

"Jon," George Saunders, January 27, 2013

"The Surrogate," Tessa Hadley, September 15, 2003

"Clara," Roberto Bolaño, August 4, 2008

New York City in the New Yorker, by Joshua Rothman and Erin Overbey, New Yorker

John Cheever’s “The Five-Forty-Eight

Adam Gopnik’s “Rikers High

Nick Paumgarten’s “Up and Then Down

Jane Kramer’s “Whose Art Is It?

Joseph Mitchell’s "The Old House at Home"

The New Yorker Opened Its Archive — Here's Where To Start, by the Digg Staff

Regrets Only by Louis Menand

A Pickpocket's Tale by Adam Green

The Apostate by Lawrence Wright

Life At The Top by Adam Higginbotham

Being A Times Square Elmo by Jonathan Blitzer

An S.O.S. In A Saks Bag by Emily Greenhouse

The Chameleon by David Grann

14 Fantastic Stories From the New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer by Isaac Fitzgerald, BuzzFeeᴅ

“Midnight in Dostoevsky” by Don Delillo

“Black Box” by Jennifer Egan

“The Cheater’s Guide to Love” by Junot Díaz

“The Christmas Miracle” by Rebecca Curtis

“The Dungeon Master” by Sam Lipsyte

“Embassy of Cambodia” by Zadie Smith

“Escape From Spiderhead” by George Saunders

“What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank” by Nathan Englander

“Year’s End” by Jhumpa Lahiri

“The Largesse of the Sea Maiden” by Denis Johnson

“Amundsen” by Alice Munro

“In the South” by Salman Rushdie

“Good People” by David Foster Wallace

“Roy Spivey” by Miranda July

15 Essential Music Longreads From The New Yorker, by Reggie Ugwu, BuzzFeeᴅ

“You Belong With Me” by Lizzie Widicombe (2011)

“Where’s Earl?” by Kelefa Sanneh (2011)

“The Doctor Is In” by John Seabrook (2013)

“The Song Machine” by John Seabrook (2012)

“Harlem Chic” by Kelefa Sanneh (2013)

“Teen Titan” by Lizzie Widicombe (2012)

“Let’s Dance” by Sasha Frere-Jones (2010)

“Man of Many Hats” by Kelefa Sanneh (2010)

“Night Club Royale” by Josh Eels (2013)

“Badass American” by Kelefa Sanneh (2012)

“Shy and Mighty” by John Colapinto (2014)

“Mastersinger” by Alex Ross (2013)

“New York Is Killing Me” by Alec Wilkinson (2010)

“The Rhythm in Everything” by Burkhard Bilger (2012)

“Revelations” by Kelefa Sanneh (2010)

Read These 18 New Yorker Business Stories While You Still Can, by Matthew Zeitlin, BuzzFeeᴅ

“The Search Party,” Ken Auletta (January 2008)

“The Brass Ring,” Connie Bruck (June 2008)

“Happy Feet,” Alexandra Jacobs (September 2009)

“Creation Myth,” Malcolm Gladwell (May 2011)

“A Woman’s Place,” Ken Auletta (July 2011)

“No Death, No Taxes,” George Packer (November 2011)

“House Perfect,” Lauren Collins (October 2011)

“Reversal of Fortune,” Patrick Radden Keefe (January 2012)

“Tax Me If You Can,” James Stewart (March 2012)

“Get Rich U,” Ken Auletta (April 2012)

“Cashier Du Cinema,” Connie Bruck (October 2012)

“The Heiress,” Ken Auletta (December 2012)

“The Art of the Billionaire,” Connie Bruck (December 2012)

“Home Economics,” Tad Friend (February 2013)

“Buried Secrets,” Patrick Radden Keefe (July 2013)

“Nobody’s Looking at You,” Janet Malcolm (September 2013)

“The Collapse,” James Stewart (October 2013)

“Cheap Words,” George Packer (February 2014)

The Best New Yorker Articles on Buildings, Cities, and Landscapes (and a Few from Places Journal), by The Editors, Places Journal

Get Out of Town, by Nicholas Lemann

The Island in the Wind, by Elizabeth Kolbert

A Sense of Place, by Calvin Tomkins

The Civilization Kit, by Emily Eakin

Auto Correct, by Burkhard Bilger

Hidden City, by Ian Frazier

Life at the Top, by Adam Higginbotham

The Psychology of Space, by David Owen

A Life-Altering Sock Drawer, by Deborah Copaken Kogan

High Rise, by Ian Parker

Green Giant, by Evan Osnos

Ponzi State, by George Packer

Up and Then Down, by Nick Paumgarten

Here are the 15 best short stories you can read at the 'New Yorker', by Jacob Shamsian, Entertainment Weekly

“The Bear Came Over the Mountain” by Alice Munro (free)

“Town of Cats” by Haruki Murakami (free)

“Symbols and Signs” by Vladimir Nabokov (free)

“Bullet Park” by John Cheever

“Debarking” by Lorrie Moore (free)

"Lifeguard” by John Updike

“Kat” by Margaret Atwood

“A Perfect Day for a Bananafish” by J.D. Salinger

“The Largesse of the Sea Maiden” by Denis Johnson

“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson

“Defender of the Faith” by Philip Roth

“A Temporary Matter” by Jhumpa Lahiri

“So Long, See You Tomorrow” by William Maxwell

“The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” by Muriel Spark

“The Embassy of Cambodia” by Zadie Smith

Every free music article you should read from The New Yorker's unlocked archives, by Alex Kapelman, KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio

"Delta Nights" By Bill Buford, June 5, 2000.

"Clara" by Roberto Bolaño, August 4, 2008

"The Apostate" By Lawrence Wright, August 19, 2009

"Cheap Words" By George Packer, February 17, 2014

"Parallel Play" By Tim Page, August 20, 2007

"The Mask of Doom" By Ta-Nehisi Coates, September 21, 2009

"The Fun Stuff" By James Wood, November 29, 2010

"Living-Room Leopards" By Ariel Levy, May 6, 2013

"The Story of a Suicide" By Ian Parker, February 6, 2012

"Master of Play" By Nick Paumgarten, December 20, 2010

"Symbol of All We Possess" By Lillian Ross, October 22, 1949

"Some Notes On Attunement" By An Unlisted Author, But Listener Andrea Pointed Out That It's Zadie Smith, December 17, 2012

7 New Yorker Tech Stories That You Can Now Read For Free, by Alissa Walker, Gizmodo

Creation Myth | Malcolm Gladwell | May 16, 2011

How Smart Are Plants? | Michael Pollan | December 23, 2013

The Crypto-Currency | Joshua Davis | October 10, 2011

Sacred Grounds | Kelefah Sanneh | November 21, 2011

Remember This? | Adam Wilkinson | May 28, 2007

Up All Night | Elizabeth Kolbert | March 11, 2013

The Civilization Kit | Emily Eakin | December 23, 2013

Our 25 Favorite Unlocked New Yorker Articles, Longform

Two Heads, Larissa MacFarquhar Feb 2007

The Interpreter, John Colapinto Apr 2007

Swingers, Ian Parker Jul 2007

Parallel Play, Tim Page Aug 2007

Wheels of Fortune, Peter Hessler Nov 2007

True Crime, David Grann Feb 2008

The Bribe, Peter J. Boyer May 2008

The Running Novelist, Haruki Murakami Jun 2008

The Brass Ring, Connie Bruck Jun 2008

The Mask of Doom, Ta-Nehisi Coates Sep 2009

Towheads, Burkhard Bilger Apr 2010

The Cost Conundrum, Atul Gawande Jun 2009

Iphigenia in Forest Hills, Janet Malcolm May 2010

The Scholar, Jeffrey Toobin Oct 2010

The Fun Stuff, James Wood Nov 2010

Lessons from Late Night, Tina Fey Mar 2011

The Dog Star, Susan Orlean Aug 2011

You Belong With Me, Lizzie Widdicombe Oct 2011

The Implosion, John Lee Anderson Feb 2012

The River Martyrs, Luke Mogelson Apr 2013

Living-Room Leopards, Ariel Levy May 2013

Crowded House, Tad Friend May 2013

The Return, David Finkel Sep 2013

The Anchor, Mattathias Schwartz Apr 2014

Get Out of Jail, Inc., Sarah Stillman Jun 2014

Houston, in the New Yorker's archives, by Lisa Gray, Houston Chronicle

"The Emperor of Ice: How a bag of supermarket ice cubes launched a plan to dominate an industry" by Ian Parker, 2001

"Homeboy: The world of Lyle Lovett" by Alec Wilkinson, 2004

"Houston's former favorite first family" by Mimi Swartz, 2008

"The mitigator: A new way of looking at the death penalty" by Jeffrey Toobin, 2011

"Extreme makeover: The story behind the story of Lawrence v. Texas" by Dahlia Lithwick, 2012

"A-Rod, the Astros and Austerity" by Ian Crouch, 2013

Pocket Roundup: The Best of The New Yorker, by Sim, Pocket

Pixel Perfect, Lauren Collins May 12, 2008

A Few Too Many, Joan Acocella May 26, 2008

Brain Gain, Margaret Talbot April 27, 2009

How David Beats Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell May 11, 2009

The Rubber Room, Steven Brill August 31, 2009

The Mark of a Masterpiece, David Grann July 12, 2010

What Good Is Wall Street?, John Cassidy November 29, 2010

The Apostate Lawrence Wright, February 14, 2011

The Story of a Suicide, Ian Parker February 6, 2012

Battleground America, Jill Lepore April 23, 2012

Big Med, Atul Gawande August 13, 2012

A Pickpocket’s Tale, Adam GreenJanuary 7, 2013

Up All Night, Elizabeth KolbertMarch 11, 2013

The Curse of Reading and Forgetting, Ian Crouch May 22, 2013

O.K., Glass, Gary Shteyngart August 5, 2013

Taken, Sarah Stillman August 12, 2013

Why Teach English?, Adam Gopnik August 27, 2013

We Need Computers That Fix Our Brains, Not Break Them, Tim Wu September 9, 2013

How Chris McCandless Died, Jon Krakauer September 12, 2013

Auto Correct, Burkhard Bilger November 25, 2013

While the New Yorker archives are free, here are the sports stories you should read, by Matt Bonesteel, Washington Post

The Boys: What Mike and the Mad Dog talk about when they talk about sports,” by Nick Paumgarten, Aug. 30, 2004

Monday Night Lights: How Jon Gruden became America’s football coach,” by Kelefa Sanneh, Dec. 12, 2011

American Hunger: As an ambitious, searching young man, Cassius Clay invented himself, and became the most original and magnetic athlete of the century — Muhammad Ali,” by David Remnick, Oct. 12, 1998

The Outcast: Conversations with O.J. Simpson,” July 9, 2011

King of the South: How Paul Finebaum became Alabama’s biggest booster,” by Reeves Wiedeman, Dec. 10, 2012

Five great tech stories from the New Yorker’s recently opened archive, by Andrea Petersen, Washington Post

"Remember This?," May 28th, 2007

"The Face of Facebook," Sept. 20th, 2010

"Requiem for a Dream," March 11th, 2013

"State Secrets," April 24th, 2008

"The Crypto-Currency," Oct. 10th, 2011

10 New Yorker Food Stories You Should Read Now That They Dropped Their Paywall, by Matt Rodbard, Food Republic

"Check, Please"

"The Hungry Travellers"

"Lunch with M."

"Sharper"

"The Jefferson Bottles"

"Toques from Underground"

"Funny Food"

"The Truffle Kid"

"Crunch"

"Three Chopsticks"

Here Are The New Yorker’s Best Now-Free Stories About Boston, by Eric Levenson, Boston Globe

The Outsiders,” by Susan Orlean

Getting In: The Social Logic of Ivy League Admissions” by Malcolm Gladwell

Transaction Man: Mormonism, Private Equity, and the Making of a Candidate,” by Nicholas Lemann

Boston, From One Citizen of the World Who Calls Himself a Runner,” by Haruki Murakami

Going the Distance: On and Off the Road with Barack Obama,” by David Remnick

The New Yorker Stories You Should Read Before the Paywall Goes Up, by Eliza Berman and Slate Staff, Slate

Hellhole,” March 30, 2009

Eight Days,” Sept. 21, 2009

The Empty Chamber,” Aug. 9, 2010

Getting Bin Laden,” Aug. 8, 2011

Netherland,” Dec. 10, 2012

Taken,” Aug. 12, 2013

Master of Play,” Dec. 20, 2010

The Apostate,” Feb. 14, 2011

How To Be Good,” Sept. 5, 2011

Dr. Don,” Sept. 26, 2011

You Belong With Me,” Oct. 10, 2011

The Yankee Commandante,” May 28, 2012

Trial By Fire,” Sept. 7, 2009

The Pink Panthers,” April 12, 2010

Iphegenia in Forest Hills,” May 3, 2010

The Throwaways,” Sept. 3, 2012

A Loaded Gun,” Feb. 11, 2013

Swingers,” July 30, 2007

The Itch,” June 30, 2008

The Sixth Extinction?,” May 25, 2009

God Knows Where I Am,” May 30, 2011

The Running Novelist,” June 9, 2008

Thanksgiving in Mongolia,” Nov. 18, 2013

The Unmothered,” May 9, 2014.

Noble Savages,” Feb. 27, 2012

Danse Macabre,” March 18, 2013

Home Fires,” April 7, 2014.

The New Yorker's archives are free – here's a guide to some of its best gaming stories, by Brian Crecente, Polygon

"The Paranoid Principle"

"Pimps and Dragons"

"Game Master"

"The Grammar of Fun"

"Painkiller Deathstreak"

"Curt Schilling: Hardcore Gamer"

"Anthropological Video Games"

"The Space Invader"

"Why gamers can't stop playing first-person shooters"

"On video games and storytelling: an interview with Tom Bissell"

12 New Yorker education articles to read while the archives are free, by Libby Nelson, Vox

Class Warrior | Carlo Rotella on Arne Duncan, February 2010

Public Defender
| David Denby on Diane Ravitch, November 2012

The Instigator | Douglas McGray on Steve Barr, May 2009

Expectations | Katharine Boo, January 2007

The Rubber Room | Steven Brill, August 2009

Wrong Answer | Rachel Aviv, July 2014

Schooled | Dale Russakoff, May 2014

Live and Learn | Louis Menand, June 2011

The Order of Things | Malcolm Gladwell, February 2011

The Disruption Machine | Jill Lepore, June 2014

Get Rich U.
| Ken Auletta, April 2012

God and Country | Hanna Rosin, 2005

10 New Yorker religion articles to read while the archives are free, by Brandon Ambrosino, Vox

"The First Church of Marilynne Robinson"

"The Storyteller"

The Sanctuary

"The Hell-Raiser"

"The Cellular Church"

"The Pope and Islam"

"Is That All There Is?"

"Playoffs"

"The Revolt of Islam"

"Who Am I to Judge?"

"The New Yorker just unlocked its archive. Here's why that's good for golfers," by Luke Kerr-Dineen, Golf Digest

"Fore!," by Larry David

"The Ghost Course," by David Owen

"Rip Van Golfer," by John McPhee

"The Yips," by David Owen

"Linksland and Bottle," by John McPhee

"Branded a Cheat," by James Surowiecki

The New Yorker Is Temporarily Making All Of Its Archives Free; Here Are 8 Stories You Should Read, by Harrison Jacobs, Business Insider

"Eichmann In Jerusalem—I" by Hannah Arendt, Feb. 16, 1963

"Hiroshima" by John Hersey, Aug. 31, 1946

"Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson, June 16, 1962

"Torture At Abu Ghraib," Seymour Hersh, May 10, 2004

"After The Genocide," Philip Gourevitch, Dec. 18, 1995

"American Hunger," David Remnick, Oct. 12, 1998

The Predator War,” Jane Mayer, Oct. 26, 2009

"The Duke In His Domain," Truman Capote, Nov. 9, 1957

20 Classic Stories by The New Yorker Women, The Cut

Netherland” (December 2012)

Birthright” (November 2011)

The Symbol of All We Possess” (October 1949)

Thanksgiving in Mongolia” (November 2013)

Lessons From Late Night" (March 2011)

Eichmann in Jerusalem” (February 1963)

Outsource Yourself” (January 2013)

Covert Operations” (August 2010)

"Last Tango in Paris" (October 1972)

Difficult Women” (June 2014)

A Girl of the Zeitgeist” (October 1983)

The Climate of Man” (April 2005).

Figures in a Mall” (February 1994)

Some Notes on Attunement

Everywoman.com” (February 2000)

Rock, Etc.” (September 1969)

You Belong With Me” (October 2011)

Missing Woman” (September 2009)

"The Fashionable Mind” (March 1978)

O Pioneer Woman!” (May 2011)

The Single Greatest New Yorker Story of All Time by Elon Green, Twitter

"Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu"

Photo by Tom Small

Additional curaggregation by John Herrman and Noah Kulwin

13 Comments / Post A Comment

holdup!holdmyphone! (#274,038)

NO I WILL NOT READ ANY OF THEM I WILL BE BUSY FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE MEDITATING ON THE AMPLITUDE OF OCEAN WAVES WHILE WORKING ON MY SUNTAN

Mr. B (#10,093)

Or you could just subscribe to the fucking magazine you awful misers (it's the price of one halfway decent dinner for two for fuckssake) and not have to worry about said deadline.

@Mr. B : AMEN. Seriously, it's an incredible bargain.

@Mr. B Cosigned! But I like some of these lists because I really have no idea of what non-fiction is in the older editions of the New Yorker.

@Mr. B: WOW !!!

Can’t you see and understand humour when you see it !!!

You are speaking from the gutter of your itsy-bitsy brain !!!

Not only do your communication skills need work !!! You also need to grow up !!!

Do you have enough courage to use your real name ???

Mr. B (#10,093)

OH HI FACEBOOK

@Mr. B

Look it, you miserable, mental-midget of a troll – GROW UP !!!

I do not care what you are looking for or where you go to get your thrills from, it’s obvious you will not find it here.

What or where ??? Dunno … that is up to you … but wherever you go to pollute your dribble …

GROW UP !!!

Mr. B (#10,093)

@Gerry O'Brien@facebook Fuck you. What is wrong with you?? DO YOUR OWN THING AND LEAVE ME THE FUCK ALONE, YOU CREEPY WEIRDO!!

@Mr. B

It is obvious you need help to work on your anger issues, your foul language, the source of your anti-social behaviour and your uncivilized way of dealing with things … and I hope they will find out what makes you tick and find solutions to help you …

What is important is to recognize that in the process, always remember empathy, kindness, generosity and a good dose of humour go a long way !!! And always listen … do not be an out-machine of anger !!!

Meanwhile, good bye …

Mr. B (#10,093)

@Gerry O'Brien@facebook I was just trying to live reblog the situation.

Gene (#1,580)

Saunders's great "Jon" was published in 2003, not 2013.

leahkfinnegan (#16,202)

take it to the streets

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