Welcome to The New Yorker

Inside Flipboard / May 13, 2011

We’re thrilled to be adding The New Yorker to Flipboard today. Get in-depth reporting, humor pieces, cartoons, and posts from News Desk, Book Bench, and the rest of newyorker.com, all beautifully rendered on your iPad. (And while you’re in the mood for fine writing, we’ve got suggested feeds from literary sites, blogs and journals.)

The New Yorker – Tap to Add Section
In a world where attention spans and word counts are ever-shrinking, The New Yorker has held fast to quality, literary, long-form journalism and been richly rewarded for it: its lauded writers, cartoonists and illustrators have earned the weekly publication more National Magazine Awards than any other title.

The Paris Review – Tap to Add Section
The Paris Review is a literary magazine featuring original writing, art and interviews with famous writers. It has the distinction of first publishing Philip Roth, V. S. Naipaul, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Mona Simpson, Edward P. Jones, and Rick Moody.

Letters of Note – Tap to Add Section
Peek inside private lives and intimate correspondence as Letters of Note’s Shaun Usher gathers and sorts fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes, and memos.

Cover Spy by Slice Magazine – Tap to Add Section
A team of “publishing nerds” stalks New York City to find out what citizens are reading right now. Does the book match the person reading it?

Granta – Tap to Add Section
Named for the river that runs through Cambridge, England, Granta celebrates new writing. Online, the magazine publishes content you won’t find in its print edition, including exclusive stories by emerging writers, video interviews, and podcasts.

Remember, you can always add your own sources to Flipboard. Just tap “Add a Section” and search for what’s most important to you.

In Eustace we trust,