The new year, in the books, the new songs, the best of the best, it seems every year is full of great stories.
And in the New York City literary community, we’ve been lucky enough to have the time to share with you the stories we’ve read, and we hope you’ll enjoy them.
But, we know you’ll always be a part of this great literary community.
We’ll be bringing you stories and essays on the big, big stories this year, and there are some great titles that you won’t find on the web.
(You may find some that you’ll recognize.
You may find ones that you may not.
And, we hope some of you will have the great pleasure of reading them.
It’s our goal to continue sharing the great stories of the New Yorker, and if you haven’t read them yet, we promise to continue doing so.)
But, for our part, we have the freedom to explore all the great literary stories we want to.
So, we’re putting together this year’s books, and you’ll be able to read the best and the funniest in our collection of short stories.
(The stories in this collection include The Best and the Funny, Stories From the Heart of the City, The Longest Night, The Day the City Died, and, of course, The Best of the Best.)
But there are also some very good titles that are just a little bit different.
We’re also adding two new titles that we’re excited about.
The first one, The Good Parts, is about the best parts of the year, like when a guy in the family catches a case of the flu and everyone gets up and leaves.
The second one, Stories from the Heart, is a collection of our favorite New Yorker stories, like one about an American woman trying to find love, and the other about an elderly woman who is dying.
(These stories were written by David Z. Bernstein and edited by Sarah C. Pomerantz.)
We hope you enjoy these titles.
And we’d like to remind you that we are in the process of updating these titles as well, but we can’t do it without your help.
You can keep up with what we’re up to at the books page.
And remember: we’re always looking for more great stories to tell, and your support helps us make the New Year a little better for everyone.
And don’t forget, we are just getting started.
If you want to find out what’s new in the new New Yorker this year and what’s coming next, sign up for the New Yorkers newsletter.
And be sure to join us on the New Years Day Parade, where we will have a special gift: a brand new commemorative book.
It will be printed in our signature font.
If this year is any indication, we can get to work on another commemorative commemorative collection, too.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or suggestions, let us know.