New Yorker Writers Online

The New Yorker staff writer Michael Specter has a helpful page of links to other The New Yorker writers’ websites, including Jerome Groopman, Malcolm Gladwell and Rebecca Mead.

As regular readers of this space will know, I’m a big The New Yorker fan. I consider my purchase and read of the magazine almost the only thing that I must absolutely not miss in a week. The writers above are some of their best.

One thing I just learned is that Jerome Groopman’s work and writings formed the basis of the defunct Gideon’s Crossing television programme.


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stephen good on April 23, 2003 - 16:21 Permalink

I think Malcolm Gladwell’s book The Tipping Point is great. It’s hard to categorize, but it’s both academic, challenging and just a hoot to read.