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Frequently Asked Questions

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Becoming a Subscriber

How do I subscribe or give a gift subscription?

Please visit our subscription Web site体育投注网平台 to find the best option for your needs.


When will my first issue arrive?

You will receive your first issue between three and six weeks after purchasing a print subscription. Each issue is published one week prior to the cover date, and most subscribers receive it a few days after publication. For subscribers outside the United States, each issue may arrive up to two weeks after the cover date.

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What does my subscription include?

All subscriptions provide unlimited digital access to The New Yorker’s offerings, including aikido77.com, the online archive, the New Yorker app, and the Google News feed. Print subscribers also receive the print edition of the magazine, published weekly (except for select combined issues throughout the year).


My subscription included a tote bag. When can I expect it to arrive?

All tote bags are currently delayed by the coronavirus crisis. Although we are unable to estimate a delivery date at this time, we can guarantee that your bag will be shipped as soon as inventory becomes available. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

Under normal circumstances, the tote ships six to eight weeks after your payment is processed. International orders may take longer to ship, and packages may be delayed at customs. We regret that our staff cannot track tote bags after they enter the postal system.

The New Yorker also offers tote bags with limited-time or seasonal designs. The design of the bag depends on the offer you purchase, and will be displayed on the order form when you subscribe. At this time, tote bags cannot be purchased independently from a subscription, and the design cannot vary from the one available with your offer.


What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Diners Club cards. We also accept PayPal, Apple Pay, and Amazon Pay. Alternatively, checks can be mailed to The New Yorker体育投注网平台, P.O. Box 37684, Boone, IA 50037-0684.


Can I get a receipt or confirmation of my subscription, account details, or cancellation?

Yes, our staff would be happy to send you a receipt. After subscribing, you can expect to receive a confirmation e-mail within twenty-four hours. For all other requests, please e-mail help@aikido77.com体育投注网平台 or call 800-444-7570 (515-243-3273, if outside the United States).


When will I be charged?

体育投注网平台Credit cards are charged as soon as your order is received. It may take up to three days for the charge to appear on your credit-card statement. Before the start of each renewal, you will be e-mailed a reminder notice summarizing the details of your subscription and the rate that you will be charged.


Why do I need to provide a mailing address for a digital subscription?

Should your e-mail address ever become defunct, we will send notifications about your subscription to your postal address instead.


Can I subscribe to The New Yorker if I live outside the United States?

Yes. You can subscribe to The New Yorker from most countries, although it may take longer to receive print issues in the mail. For assistance, e-mail help@aikido77.com or call 515-243-3273.


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Managing Your Subscription

I forgot my password. How can I recover it?

On aikido77.com, select Sign In at the top-right corner of your screen, then Forgot password?. If there is a New Yorker体育投注网平台 account associated with your e-mail address, we will send you instructions for resetting your password.


How do I make changes to my e-mail address or password?

Please visit My Account体育投注网平台 to manage your aikido77.com account information, including your e-mail address and password.


What does it mean to link or verify my subscription? Why is this important?

Creating a aikido77.com account and subscribing to the magazine are independent operations. It is possible to create a aikido77.com account without being a subscriber, and vice versa. In order to read unlimited articles as a subscriber on aikido77.com, you’ll need to link your subscription to your aikido77.com account.

体育投注网平台To link your subscription:

  1. Sign in to your aikido77.com account (or create one, if you haven’t yet).
  2. Visit aikido77.com/account/link.
  3. Enter your account number or subscription number, which can be found in two places: the Account summary section of and the mailing label of a magazine, if you are a print subscriber.
  4. Or, select the link to use your shipping address.

If you have trouble linking your subscription, please e-mail help@aikido77.com or call 800-444-7570 (515-243-3273, if outside the United States).


I have multiple New Yorker accounts. Can I combine them?

Yes, our staff would be happy to assist you. Please e-mail help@aikido77.com or call 800-444-7570 (515-243-3273, if outside the United States).


How do I unsubscribe from The New Yorker?

You can pause or cancel your subscription (or a gift subscription) via .


If I cancel my subscription, when does the cancellation go into effect?

体育投注网平台The cancellation will be processed immediately, though you may receive one to two additional issues after ending your subscription.


How can I receive confirmation of my cancellation?

Our staff would be happy to send you a confirmation. Please e-mail help@aikido77.com体育投注网平台 or call 800-444-7570 (515-243-3273, if outside the United States).


How can I cancel my print subscription and keep digital access only?

Please e-mail help@aikido77.com or call our staff at 800-444-7570 (or 515-243-3273, if outside the United States).


How do I check on when my subscription expires?

体育投注网平台You can view the expiration date of your subscription (or gift subscription) via .


How do I temporarily suspend my subscription?

You can stop your subscription (or gift subscription) for up to one year, and then resume it, via by selecting Manage Subscription, then Suspend Subscription.


If I suspend my print subscription, will I still have access to aikido77.com, the archive, and New Yorker mobile apps?

While your subscription is suspended, you will have limited access to aikido77.com. Just like a reader who has not subscribed, you will be able to view the aikido77.com home page, section pages, video hub, Goings On About Town listings, and a limited number of articles per month across the Web site and New Yorker app. The archive is available to active subscribers only.

In the NYer Print Edition app, you will continue to have access to any issues that were released while you were a subscriber.


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Reading on a Phone, Computer, or Tablet

Why should I create a aikido77.com account?

All readers are encouraged to create a free account on aikido77.com, regardless of their subscription status. Signing in enables you to save your place while solving the crossword, submit ideas to the Cartoon Caption Contest in one step, save stories for later, and more.

If you subscribe to The New Yorker, you also have unlimited access to articles on aikido77.com, as well as the Magazine tab in the New Yorker app and the complete New Yorker体育投注网平台 archive online. However, you won’t be able to access any of the above without a aikido77.com account.

If you have not done so, please create a free account now.


Are all New Yorker articles available on aikido77.com?

Every article since 2007, whether it was published in the magazine or only on the Web, is available on aikido77.com. Every issue of the magazine dating back to its founding, in 1925, is available to subscribers at archives.aikido77.com.


Do I need a subscription to access aikido77.com?

If you are not a subscriber, you have limited access to The New Yorker’s Web site and apps.

You can view aikido77.com’s home page, section pages, video hub, Goings On About Town listings, and a limited number of articles per month across the Web site and the New Yorker app. The archive is available to subscribers only.

Subscribers enjoy unlimited access to aikido77.com and both New Yorker apps.


Is the magazine available on mobile and tablet devices?

Yes. The New Yorker app is the best way to view all of The New Yorker’s体育投注网平台 offerings, including daily news and culture coverage from the Web, and each week’s issue, in full.

Subscribers can read the complete magazine by opening the New Yorker app, then selecting Magazine at the bottom of the screen. Every issue since 2008 is available to browse and save off-line.

体育投注网平台The New Yorker app is available through the App Store, and digital editions of the magazine are available through Amazon Newsstand and the Nook bookstore.


Which devices support the New Yorker app?

The New Yorker app can be downloaded to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod for free from the . While the app is not currently available for Android devices, Android users can read New Yorker stories via Google News.


Do I need a subscription to access the New Yorker app?

体育投注网平台The app is free to download. Subscribers can view as many articles and issues as they’d like, and non-subscribers have access to a limited number of articles each month.


Can I share stories from the New Yorker app through e-mail or social media?

Yes. While entire issues are available for subscribers only, each individual story is shareable. The link will direct viewers to the story on our Web site.


I have an active digital subscription. How do I get unlimited access to the New Yorker app?

  • Visit the Settings tab in the New Yorker app.
  • If you already have a aikido77.com account, select Sign In.
  • If, after signing in, you see the option to Link Your Subscription, please do so.
  • If you do not have a aikido77.com account, select Link Your Subscription, enter your subscription details, and create an account.

体育投注网平台You will then be able to use your aikido77.com account to get unlimited access to both of our apps, aikido77.com, and the online archive.


How do I get unlimited access to the magazine on my iPhone, iPad, or iPod?

If you already have a aikido77.com account, and have linked it to your subscription, and select Sign In from the home screen.

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If you do not have an active New Yorker subscription, please subscribe to get unlimited access to the magazine.


I subscribed through the New Yorker app or the NYer Print Edition app on my iPhone, iPad, or iPod. How do I get unlimited access to aikido77.com, the apps, and the archive?

体育投注网平台Immediately after you subscribed through the app, you were prompted to create a aikido77.com account. If you have not done so, you can now.

If you subscribed through the New Yorker app:

  • Visit the Settings tab in the New Yorker app.
  • If you have a aikido77.com account, select Sign In under My Account.
  • If you do not have a aikido77.com account, select Create Account.
  • If you do not see Create Account, select Restore Your Purchases.

If you subscribed through the NYer Print Edition app:

  • Visit the My Account tab in the NYer Print Edition app.
  • Select Get aikido77.com access and sign up.
  • If you have an account, select Already have a log-in at aikido77.com? to sign in.

You will then be able to use your aikido77.com account to get unlimited access to both of our apps, aikido77.com, and the archive.


I purchased a subscription to The New Yorker through the New Yorker app. How can I cancel it?

If you subscribed through the New Yorker app, you’ll need to .


I purchased a New Yorker subscription on Google Play. Does that provide unlimited digital access to The New Yorker?

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I purchased a New Yorker subscription on a Kindle Fire. Does that provide unlimited digital access to The New Yorker?

If you subscribed through Amazon on a Kindle Fire, you may have access to The New Yorker online if you created a aikido77.com account at that time. Please call us at 800-444-7570 (or 515-243-3273, if outside the United States), or e-mail help@aikido77.com.


How do I get unlimited access to The New Yorker on the Kindle Fire?

  • If you’re already a subscriber, open the Newsstand Store.
  • Visit the New Yorker Magazine page.
  • Select Verify Your Subscription.
  • If you already have a aikido77.com account that is linked to an active subscription, sign in.
  • If you are a subscriber but do not have a aikido77.com account, enter your account number and Zip Code.

The current issue should begin downloading immediately, and your back issues will appear in the Cloud体育投注网平台 tab of the Newsstand.

If you do not have an active New Yorker subscription, you can purchase one online or in the Newsstand.


I purchased a New Yorker subscription on my Nook Color Tablet. Does that provide unlimited digital access to The New Yorker?

If you purchased a subscription directly from Barnes & Noble, your access is limited to your Nook Color Tablet. If you have questions, please call us at 800-444-7570 (or 515-243-3273, if outside the United States), or e-mail help@aikido77.com.


How do I get unlimited access to The New Yorker on my Nook?

  • If you’re already a subscriber, open the Nook Bookstore.
  • Visit the New Yorker Magazine page.
  • Order a monthly subscription to begin a fourteen-day trial. You will not be charged.
  • After submitting your order, check your in-box. You will receive an e-mail with instructions for redeeming your free offer as an active magazine subscriber.

If you do not have an active New Yorker subscription, you can subscribe online or in the Nook Bookstore.


How do I get unlimited access to The New Yorker on my Android phone or tablet?

  • If you’re already a subscriber, open the Google News app.
  • Visit the New Yorker Magazine page.
  • Select Already a subscriber? Activate your account.
  • When you’re asked whether you’d like to continue to the Web site, select Continue.
  • If you already have a aikido77.com account, and have linked it to an active subscription, sign in and select Continue.
  • If you haven’t linked a subscription, select Set up your account and follow the prompts.

If you do not have an active New Yorker subscription, you can subscribe online or in the Google Play Store.


How can I access New Yorker articles on Google News?

Google News provides a continuous feed of stories and cartoons from aikido77.com, optimized for viewing on an Android device. To enjoy unlimited access to The New Yorker in Google News:

  • Search for The New Yorker in Google News.
  • Select the Eustace Tilley icon for The New Yorker News Source
  • If you already have a subscription, select Verify your subscription
  • If you already have a aikido77.com account associated with an active subscription, sign in.
  • If you are a subscriber but do not have a aikido77.com account, you can enter your account number and Zip Code.

If you do not have an active New Yorker subscription, you can subscribe online or on The New Yorker’s Google News feed.


Do I need a subscription to follow The New Yorker in Google News?

The New Yorker’s feed is free to follow, allowing all readers to enjoy a limited number of articles per month at no charge. New Yorker体育投注网平台 subscribers have unlimited access to the feed, with subscriptions available on a monthly or annual basis.


How can I cancel my Google News access?

If you subscribed to The New Yorker through Google Play Newsstand, you will need to .


How can I access aikido77.com articles published on Flipboard?

Flipboard provides a continuous feed of stories and cartoons from aikido77.com. To enjoy unlimited access to The New Yorker on Flipboard:

  • Open the Flipboard app.
  • Select the Menu.
  • Select Following, then Accounts.
  • Scroll down and select The New Yorker.
  • If you already have a aikido77.com account associated with an active subscription, sign in.
  • If you are a subscriber but have not linked it to your account, select Link Your Subscription.

Do I need a subscription to access New Yorker articles on Flipboard?

The New Yorker’s feed is free to follow, allowing all readers to enjoy a limited number of articles per month at no charge. New Yorker subscribers have unlimited access to the feed, with subscriptions available on a monthly or annual basis.


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Additional Offerings

Where can I find the New Yorker Crossword Puzzle?

The New Yorker’s puzzles can be found at aikido77.com/crossword-puzzles-and-games. In the New Yorker app, puzzles can be found in the Top Stories feed, or by searching “Crossword.”


How frequently are new puzzles published?

Crosswords are published three times per week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 ᴀ.ᴍ. Eastern Time. You’ll find the hardest crosswords on Mondays; Wednesday’s will be less taxing, and Friday’s will be the easiest of the lot. In addition, you can find a fiendishly difficult cryptic crossword every Sunday at 6 ᴀ.ᴍ.


Who constructs The New Yorker’s puzzles?

There are ten constructors: Erik Agard, Patrick Berry, Kameron Austin Collins, Elizabeth C. Gorski, Natan Last, Wyna Liu, Aimee Lucido, Caitlin Reid, Anna Shechtman, and Robyn Weintraub. The puzzles are edited by Liz Maynes-Aminzade and Nicholas Henriquez, and are fact-checked and copy-edited by New Yorker staff members.


How do I enter an answer?

Select a clue from the list or square in the grid. Once an entire word is added, its clue will appear in gray, regardless of whether the answer is correct.


Can I use keyboard shortcuts to navigate through the puzzle on a computer?

Yes. Keyboard shortcuts include:

  • Using arrow keys to move the cursor
  • Pressing enter or tab to skip to the next clue
  • Holding shift and pressing enter or tab to go back to the previous clue
  • Pressing the space bar to switch between across and down clues

How can I navigate through the puzzle on my smartphone?

体育投注网平台Once you have entered a word, the cursor will automatically move to the next word in the current direction. To switch directions, tap on the blue clue bar or double-tap on the grid.


How can I print a puzzle?

From a computer, select the word Print in the upper-right corner of the page, above the grid. (The browser’s default printing option will not work, unfortunately.) You can then choose whether to print an empty grid, the grid including any letters filled in so far, or the solution.


Is it cheating if I ask somebody else for an answer?

体育投注网平台We are social creatures; it is not cheating to ask for help from someone who is in the room with you. But e-mailing someone or going to Google is totally cheating.


How can I get help with a clue? I’m stumped.

Select Reveal in the upper-right corner of the page, above the grid. You may choose to reveal the current square, the current word, or the entire solution.


How can I check my answers as I solve the puzzle?

Select Settings in the top-right corner of the page, then Error check mode from the drop-down menu. Flip the toggle to On.

In Error check mode体育投注网平台, clues that have been solved correctly appear in green, and incorrectly solved clues (as well as their corresponding answers in the grid) appear in red.


How can I check if a single letter or word is correct?

Select Check in the top-right corner of the page. From there, you can choose whether to check the current square, the current word, or the entire grid. Incorrect letters will appear in red.


Can I save a partially solved puzzle for later?

Yes. In order to save your progress, please sign in to your New Yorker account.

  • From a computer, select Sign in from the top-right corner of the screen.
  • On a smartphone, select the Menu icon in the top-left corner, then Sign in.
  • From the New Yorker app, select Settings from the bottom navigation bar, then Sign in or create account.

If you do not have a New Yorker account, you can create one free of charge from any of the above sign-in pages.


When I type in a word, the cursor skips over squares that have already been filled. Is it possible to change this behavior?

Yes. Select Settings from the top-right corner of the page, then uncheck the box next to Skip over filled letters.


Is it possible to pause the timer?

体育投注网平台Yes. Simply click or tap on the timer to pause it.


Is it possible to hide the timer? It’s taunting me.

Yes. Select Settings from the top-right corner of the page, then flip the toggle for Show timer to Off.


I’ve made a mess of things. Can I reset the entire puzzle?

Yes. Select the Menu icon in the top-left corner of the page, then Clear体育投注网平台 from the drop-down menu. The grid will be cleared, and the timer will reset to zero.


Help! I can’t see any clues.

You may need to expand your browser window or adjust the zoom percentage.


Can I play older puzzles?

You sure can. All of The New Yorker’s crossword puzzles are available at aikido77.com/puzzles-and-games-dept/crossword.


Partner Mode


Can I solve a crossword with another person?

Yes. To co-solve a crossword, select Partner Mode体育投注网平台 (if you are on a computer) or the person icon (if you are on your phone).


How many partners can I add?

体育投注网平台You are welcome to invite one partner per crossword. Only two people can co-solve a crossword at a time.


How do I know if my partner has accepted the invitation?

Once you have extended an invitation, the options above the grid will change accordingly.

To invite a partner, select Partner Mode体育投注网平台 on a computer, or tap this icon on a smartphone.

When your partner has accepted the invitation and is actively solving the puzzle, you’ll see Co-solving or Partner active体育投注网平台 on a computer, or this icon on a smartphone.

If your partner hasn’t interacted with the puzzle in more than five minutes, or is not connected to the Internet, you’ll see Partner inactive or Partner off-line体育投注网平台 on a computer, or this icon on a smartphone.

If you are not connected to the Internet, you’ll see Off-line on a computer, or this icon on a smartphone.


I received a notification that I am already solving this puzzle. What’s going on?

体育投注网平台You have already invited a partner, or you may already have the same puzzle open in another browser window.


I need to take a break. How can I return to my shared puzzle later?

Be sure to keep the puzzle open or save the link. If you've been solving in the New Yorker app, you can also tap the Partner Mode icon again to return to your shared puzzle.


Does co-solving affect my score?

No, solving a crossword with a partner does not add additional time or otherwise penalize you.


How can I share feedback or ask questions about The New Yorker Crossword Puzzle?

If the answer is not in this F.A.Q., please send technical questions to puzzlemaster@amuselabs.com. General feedback about The New Yorker’s crossword puzzles is welcome at themail@aikido77.com.

How do I sign up for e-mail newsletters?

Visit aikido77.com/newsletters体育投注网平台 to sign up for any of our offerings, including The Daily, This Week’s Issue, The Sunday Archive, Daily Humor, The Borowitz Report, The New Yorker Recommends, Fiction, Podcasts, John Cassidy, and more.


I signed up for your newsletters. Why am I not receiving them regularly?

Please check your junk folder. If the problem persists, please call us at 800-444-7570 (or 515-243-3273, if outside the United States), or e-mail TNYinbox@aikido77.com.


How do I unsubscribe from a newsletter or marketing e-mail?

To unsubscribe from a newsletter, select Unsubscribe at the bottom of the e-mail, or sign in to aikido77.com and navigate to My Account from the top-right corner. You can manage your newsletter subscriptions at the bottom of your profile.

For all marketing e-mails, select Unsubscribe at the bottom of the e-mail.


How can I find The New Yorker on social media?

Follow The New Yorker or @newyorkermag on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and Snapchat. New Yorker cartoons are featured at @newyorkercartoons on Instagram and The New Yorker Cartoons体育投注网平台 on Facebook; our photo and art departments also maintain their own Instagram feeds at @newyorkerart and @newyorkerphoto, respectively.


Do your contributors have social-media feeds? Where can I find them?

Visit our to find out more about our writers and artists, including information on how to follow them on social media, where to read their latest stories, and more.


How can I contact editors or contributors?

To provide feedback on a story, please write a letter to the editor by e-mailing themail@aikido77.com. The New Yorker is not able to share contributors’ contact information or forward messages directly to them.


How can I listen to New Yorker podcasts?

The New Yorker Radio Hour, The Political Scene, our two fiction series, and our poetry podcast are all available on our Podcasts hub, or by downloading episodes, for free, from iTunes and most other platforms.


How can I submit an idea or piece?

We accept submissions for Fiction, Poetry, Shouts & Murmurs, Daily Shouts, and Cartoons. Instructions are available on our Contact Us page.

We regret that we cannot consider unsolicited submissions for The Talk of the Town, Goings On About Town, Personal History, or any other sections.


What is the online archive?

The archive stores digital replicas of every print issue of The New Yorker published since 1925. Subscribers can explore the archive at .


How do I search the archive?

Once you’ve selected the magnifying glass from the top-right menu, you can choose whether to search the issue you’re currently viewing or the entire archive. The search uses Optical Character Recognition to scan every word in the issue or archive, including advertisements.


How can I share articles from the archive?

Articles cannot be shared directly from the archive. Instead, please share the equivalent page on aikido77.com after searching for the article of interest on the Web site.

All stories since 2007 are available on aikido77.com in their full form, along with many selected pieces published before 2007.


Can I print articles from the archive?

Yes. Select the Print icon in the top-right toolbar, then choose which pages you’d like to print. A printer icon will appear over each page you’ve selected to be printed. Once you’ve finished selecting pages, select the paper size and then click the blue Print体育投注网平台 button at the top of the page.


Can I buy single issues from the archive?

体育投注网平台We no longer sell single digital issues through the archive. Subscribers can access every issue as part of their subscription, and nonsubscribers can purchase single issues through the NYer Print Edition app.


Where can I find back issues of the magazine?

Subscribers can access every issue published since 1925 at . The archive stores digital replicas of every print edition, without the digital bonus material available through our apps or on aikido77.com.


Can I view back issues of The New Yorker online?

体育投注网平台If the back issue was published after the app launched for your device, it should be available.

  • iPad issues are available beginning October 4, 2010.
  • Kindle Fire issues are available beginning November 14, 2011.
  • Nook Color Tablet issues are available beginning December 12, 2011.
  • iPhone issues are available beginning August 13 & 20, 2012.
  • Google News may have back issues from April 22, 2013 through December 2019 available.

体育投注网平台Subscribers can also visit archives.aikido77.com for digital access to every issue published since 1925.


Are printed back issues available?

体育投注网平台Select individual issues dating back to 1925 are available, through our Back Issues Department, for $10.50 each. For orders outside the United States (including Canada), the price per issue is $11.45. These prices include shipping and handling.

体育投注网平台Please call 800-825-2510 (or 515-243-3273, if outside the United States) to order by credit card. We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, and Diners Club.

If you would like to pay by check or money order, send your request to:

The New Yorker Back Issues, P.O. Box 37684, Boone, IA 50037-0684

Please include the cover date of the issue, and a check or an international postal money order payable to The New Yorker.


How can I find or purchase prints of covers or cartoons?

New Yorker covers and cartoons are available for purchase in the . To find a specific cartoon, search by keyword, title, or artist.


What is the Cartoon Caption Contest, and what are the rules?

Each week, we provide a cartoon in need of a caption. You, the reader, submit a caption, we choose three finalists, and you vote for your favorite.

Anyone can enter or vote in the Cartoon Caption Contest, whether or not you are a subscriber. You will just need to sign in or create a free aikido77.com account, if you have not done so before.

Anyone age thirteen or over can enter, except employees, agents, or representatives of the sponsor or any other party associated with the development or administration of the contest, or any member of their immediate family. See the complete rules.


What is the New Yorker Festival?

Held every fall in New York City, the New Yorker Festival is an annual celebration that brings the breadth and spirit of the magazine to life. In the course of a weekend, The New Yorker’s staff sits down with the world’s leading writers, artists, filmmakers, actors, comedians, politicians, activists, and athletes. The festival also features live performances, film previews, and excursions throughout the city.

体育投注网平台Subscribers are invited to purchase tickets before they are released to the general public. For more details, visit .


How can I license the rights to a piece from The New Yorker?

Our staff would be happy to assist you. Please e-mail image_licensing@condenast.com.


How can I advertise in The New Yorker?

Please contact us at advertising@aikido77.com.


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Technical Troubleshooting

I am a current subscriber. How can I access articles behind the paywall on aikido77.com?

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If you do not have a aikido77.com account, please create one. If we cannot verify that you have an active subscription based on your e-mail address, you may need to enter your subscription account number or mailing address.


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