How exciting! Jim’s story “Boy’s Town” appears in the November 8th issue of the New Yorker. Click here for a preview. A subscription is required to read the whole thing, and if you aren’t subscribed to The New Yorker, do it. This minute. Who wouldn’t love a cartoon calendar for 2011?
The New Yorker plays a tremendous role in promoting serious literary fiction at a time when many other magazines (yea, I mean you,) have ceased to regularly publish fiction. Plus, a subscription to the New Yorker gives you the amazing ability to access previous issues. This means you can go back decades and read Salinger short stories in the New Yorker.