"Not Scared" by Adam Gopnik: London after the attacks.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"A Farewell to Alms?" by James Surowiecki: Is the answer to African poverty more foreign aid - or less?
SHOUTS & MURMURS
"My Dog Is Tom Cruise" by Noah Baumbach: The family pet channels an over-the-top celebrity.
ANNALS OF NATIONAL SECURITY
"Get Out the Vote" by Seymour M. Hersh: Did Washington try to manipulate Iraq's election?
ANNALS OF MEDICINE
"Bloodsuckers" by John Colapinto: Leeches are good for you after all.
"Awaiting Orders" by Tobias Wolff: An Army sergeant's dangerous liaisons.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Making Mischief" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wedding Crashers.
Also, listen to audio from The New Yorker Festival readings and panel discussions, recorded live in New York City.
Month after month, my subscription to Audible allowed me to take one book (which I always did) and one subscription, which I never did. Nothing of interest. Wall Street Journal and NY Times...too truncated with chopped up stories, and nothing off the Arts pages.
At last, my favorite print magazine, is now on audio. I have subscribed in print since 1987, yet "never get around" to many of the articles and nearly ALL of the fiction. At last...like poor Burgess Merideth in the famed Twilight Zone episode, "time enough at last".
The articles are easy to skip through (at least on Ipod) as while there is no (that I am aware of) indexing, the narrators alternate between male and female, so its easy to skip ahead..go too far, and then just backtrack a little. They don't read all articles, but all articles read are unabridged.
I am working on the current issues' fiction while commuting, a story I would have missed in print.
America's greatest magazine of all time enters the 21st Century! Its worth the price of your monthly Audible bill all by itself.
Congrats on adding the super content!!!!!!!