Surprise! The New Yorker has made their entire archive free and open to the public for the next three months. Slate's helpfully compiled a selection of the must-reads here. Scroll below to get links to can't miss pieces on the implosion of Lehman Brothers, the dysfunctions of the US Senate, a profile of Taylor Swift as well as writing by Haruki Murakami, Annie Proulx, and Don DeLillo. What's a summer afternoon for but some lazy reading?
Yesterday, The New Yorker made all of its magazine pieces since 2007 freely available online for three months.