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    The New Yorker [Volume XCIII No. 26, September 4, 2017] (Condé Nast, $8.99, 96pp, quarto, cover: Screen Time by Bruce Eric Kaplan)
    The Television Issue. Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • 28 · The Inheritance · Stephen Dunn · pm
    • 42 · Screens; short memoirs of writers’ interaction with video.
    • _42 · D.I.Y. · Dana Spiotta · ar; about instructional videos on YouTube.
    • _46 · Deep Cut · Patton Oswalt · ar; about fan-made movie trailers.
    • _54 · Object Permanence · Karen Russell · ar; watching her son on baby monitors.
    • _58 · A Sentimental Education · Darryl Pinckney · ar; about gay soap operas on YouTube.
    • 49 · At the Window · Derek Mahon · pm
    • 72 · The Metal Bowl · Miranda July · ss; illustrated by Whitney Hubbs












    The New Yorker [Volume XCIII No. 37, November 20, 2017] (Condé Nast, $8.99, 104pp, quarto, cover: Coding 101 by Malika Favre)
    The Tech Issue.
    • 42 · Tech Support; short memoirs about writers’ encounters with technology.
    • _42 · Waiting for Spider-Man · Junot Diaz · ar; watching Spider-Man cartoons as a boy in the Dominican Republic.
    • _56 · A Drinking Problem · Sally Rooney · ar; learning not to black out by drinking more water.
    • _62 · Away Games · Daniel Alarcón · ar; watching videotapes of foreign soccer games as a boy in Peru.
    • _68 · I Saw Dead People · Ottessa Moshfegh · ar; Chinese blogs about funerals.
    • _72 · Crossed Wires · Victor LaValle · ar; robocalls from son’s elementary school.
    • 66 · Repentance · Natasha Trethewey · pm
    • 74 · The Sightseers · David Gilbert · ss; illustrated by Erik Carter
    • 78 · Rail · Jorie Graham · pm







    The New Yorker [Volume XCIII No. 43, January 8, 2018] (Condé Nast, $8.99, 78pp, quarto, cover: Ferried Across by Jorge Colombo)
    • 33 · Love Poem Without a Drop of Hyperbole in It · Traci Brimhall · pm
    • 58 · Foreign-Returned · Sadia Shepard · ss [Ref. Mavis Gallant]
      almost a complete rewrite of Mavis Gallant’s story “The Ice Wagon Going Down the Street” (The New Yorker, December 8, 1963) but with the tale changed from Canadians in Geneva to Pakistanis in Connecticut.
    • 63 · Central Maze · J. Hope Stein · pm

















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