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51 Best Articles & Short Stories From NewYorker

51 Best Articles & Short Stories From NewYorker

Enjoy great short stories and articles from from awesome talented authors. Unfortunately NewYorker only provides limited free reading as a paid subscription is needed for further access to their huge database. Nonetheless, keep an eye for the occasional free opening by NewYorker where you can read at your heart’s content. Some of the notable authors that you may find among the list are Haruki Murakami, Malcolm Gladwell, Patrick Radden Keefe and many more!

Another option of getting across NewYorker’s paywall is by visiting your local library. May libraries have estensive periodical sections and you can enjoy many publications including NewYorker. On top of that, many municipalities’ public library systems also have subscriptions to databases of historial and current periodicals. Lastly but not least, if you’re a student, you may be able to gain access through your school’s library. The last option is of course to support NewYorker and subscribe to enjoy its database and archives.

51 Best Articles & Short Stories From NewYorker, in no particular order:-

  1. The El Dorado Machine by Douglas Preston – A new scanner’s rain-forest discoveries.
  2. Up And Then Down by Nick Paumgarten – The lives of elevators.
  3. The Deepest Dive by Alec Wilkinson – How far down can a free diver go?
  4. The Mark of a Masterpiece by David Grann – The man who keeps finding famous fingerprints on uncelebrated works of art.
  5. The Reckoning by Andrew Solomon – The father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers.
  6. The Mark by Evan Ratliff – The F.B.I. needs informants, but what happens when they go too far?
  7. Buzzkill by Patrick Radden Keefe – Washington State discovers that it’s not so easy to create a legal marijuana economy.
  8. Dr. Kush by David Samuels – How medical marijuana is transforming the pot industry.
  9. Trial by Fire by David Grann
  10. The Apostate by David Remnick – A Zionist politician loses faith in the future.
  11. The Apostate by Lawrence Wright – Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology.
  12. Marathon Man by Mark Singer – A Michigan dentist’s improbable transformation.
  13. Thanksgiving in Mongolia by Ariel Levy – Adventure and heartbreak at the edge of the earth.
  14. O.K., Glass by Gary Shteyngart – Confessions of a Google Glass Explorer.
  15. The Pink Panthers by David Samuels – A tale of diamonds, thieves, and the Balkans.
  16. A Raw-Milk Tasting by Dana Goodyear
  17. The Real Heroes Are Dead by James B. Stewart – A love story.
  18. Making Toast by Roger Rosenblatt – After a daughter dies, a new life with her children.
  19. Out the Window by Donald Hall – The view in winter.
  20. Election, Monitored by Laura Secor – The tragic farce of voting in Iran.
  21. Flight of the Concord by Jeremy Denk – The perils of the recording studio.
  22. Every Good Boy Does Fine by Jeremy Denk – A life in piano lessons.
  23. A Murder Foretold by David Grann – Unravelling the ultimate political conspiracy.
  24. The Master by Marc Fisher – A charismatic teacher enthralled his students. Was he abusing them?
  1. Sin Dolor by T. Coraghessan Boyle – A boy who feels no pain.
  2. Samsa in Love by Haruki Murakami – He woke to discover that he had undergone a metamorphosis and become Gregor Samsa.
  3. All That – Short story about religious feeling, family relationships, and the Christmas gift of a toy cement mixer. by David Foster Wallace
  4. Labyrinth by Roberto Bolaño – Do you ever sit in a restaurant and speculate about other diners’ relationships?
  5. The Uses of Adversity by Malcolm Gladwell – Can underprivileged outsiders have an advantage?
  6. In the Air by Malcolm Gladwell – Who says big ideas are rare?
  7. No Mercy by Malcolm Gladwell – Some believe in giving no mercy or a zero tolerance rule.
  8. Drinking Games by Malcolm Gladwell – How much people drink may matter less than how they drink it.
  9. The Gift of Doubt by Malcolm Gladwell – Albert O. Hirschman and the power of failure.
  10. Taken by Sarah Stillman – Under civil forfeiture, Americans who haven’t been charged with wrongdoing can be stripped of their cash, cars, and even homes. Is that all we’re losing?
  11. The Operator by Michael Specter – Is the most trusted doctor in America doing more harm than good?
  12. The Reckoning by Andrew Solomon – The father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers.
  13. The Obscure Object by Jeffrey Eugenides – Short story about the narrator’s crush on her friend, the Object.
  14. Crowded House by Tad Friend – They thought that they’d found the perfect apartment. They weren’t alone.
  15. California Screaming by Nathan Heller – The tech industry made the Bay Area rich. Why do so many residents hate it?
  16. Altered States by Oliver Sacks – Self-experiments in chemistry.
  17. The Pilot by Joshua Ferris – A recovering alcoholic and aspiring TV writer who is working on a script for a pilot.
  18. Black Box by Jennifer Egan – People rarely look the way you expect them to, even when you’ve seen pictures.
  19. You Can Find Love Now by Ramona Ausubel – You are lonely, but you don’t have to be. I’m eight feet tall and I have one giant eye.
  20. The Return by David Finkel – The traumatized veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.
  21. Getting Bin Laden by Nicholas Schmidle – What happened that night in Abbottabad.
  22. In the Crosshairs by Nicholas Schmidle – Chris Kyle, a decorated sniper, tried to help a troubled veteran. The result was tragic.
  23. How David Beats Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell – When underdogs break the rules.
  24. The Throwaways by Sarah Stillman – Police enlist young offenders as confidential informants. But the work is high-risk, largely unregulated, and sometimes fatal.
  25. Taken by Sarah Stillman – Under civil forfeiture, Americans who haven’t been charged with wrongdoing can be stripped of their cash, cars, and even homes. Is that all we’re losing?
  26. The “Ode To Man” from Sophocles’ Antigone by Anne Carson – Poem.
  27. Painkiller Deathstreak by Nicholson Baker – Adventures in video games.