Seven Years of the New Yorker—up for grabs

Free grabs!

Do you want to be a cosmopolitan go-to authority on world politics, cultural debates and the latest trends in social intellectualism but don’t want to have to put in all the hard work? This is the perfect way to get started.

Maybe you want to impress a potential romantic partner with a display of worldliness without having to once mention I.B. Singer or Pauline Kael. Nothing says I’m totally worthy of your hot passion like shelves full of the world’s greatest magazine(1).

I have seven years of New Yorker back issues available for whoever wants to come and pick them up.
Just an example of the magazines in their convenient boxes.

They’re already in convenient magazine boxes and mostly in chronological order.

With each issue in its natural closed position, there are over six metres of think pieces, goings on about town, shouts and murmurs.

If you removed each page and lay them out you could cover some multiple of MCGs and/or Olympic-sized swimming pools but with information and clever talking points for the next time you want to change the topic.

I’m very sad to have to part with this collection but it would give me joy to know that someone could make use of it.

(1) Apologies to fans of ‘Punch’, but you know it’s true.

If you removed each page and lay them out you could cover some multiple of MCGs and/or Olympic-sized swimming pools but with information and clever talking points for the next time you want to change the topic.

I’m very sad to have to part with this collection but it would give me joy to know that someone could make use of it.

(1) Apologies to fans of ‘Punch’, but you know it’s true.

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