Inside The New Yorker

From James Thurber to John Updike, from Dorothy Parker to Seymour Hersh.

The New Yorker magazine is a roll call of America's greatest writers, cartoonists, journalists and editors.

Naomi Gryn is granted access to the inner sanctum of the New Yorker's offices, and records a week in the life of this great cultural institution.

She talks to editors, cartoonists, writers and journalists about what makes The New Yorker tick.

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2006042920070123From James Thurber to John Updike, from Dorothy Parker to Seymour Hersh. The New Yorker magazine is a roll call of America's greatest writers, cartoonists, journalists and editors.

Naomi Gryn is granted access to the inner sanctum of the New Yorker's offices, and records a week in the life of this great cultural institution. She talks to editors, cartoonists, writers and journalists about what makes The New Yorker tick.

"From James Thurber to John Updike, from Dorothy Parker to Seymour Hersh.

She talks to editors, cartoonists, writers and journalists about what makes The New Yorker tick.From James Thurber to John Updike, from Dorothy Parker to Seymour Hersh. The New Yorker magazine is a roll call of America's greatest writers, cartoonists, journalists and editors.

She talks to editors, cartoonists, writers and journalists about what makes The New Yorker tick."

Naomi Gryn is granted access to the inner sanctum of the New Yorker's offices, and records a week in the life of this great cultural institution. She talks to editors, cartoonists, writers and journalists about what makes The New Yorker tick."

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20070123Naomi Gryn spends a week in the offices of the New Yorker magazine, one of America's great cultural institutions whose contributors include many of the nation's finest writers, journalists and cartoonists.

"Naomi Gryn spends a week in the offices of the New Yorker magazine, one of America's great cultural institutions whose contributors include many of the nation's finest writers, journalists and cartoonists."