Founded in 1925, the New Yorker is a cosmopolitan national magazine. Every week the magasine publishes reporting about and analysis of American and international politics. The New Yorker also covers the worlds of business, science, and technology. The magazine devotes a considerable amount of space to popular culture, the arts, poetry and fiction. Right from its launch it has attracted attention with its humorous cartoons. The New Yorker publishes the best writers of the time and has received numerous awards for the rigor of its jour nalists, its deep reporting and lively commentary and the quality of the writing. Eagerly awaited each week, the New Yorker covers are famous worldwide. They are the magazine’s true trademark and are devoted to artists of every nationality.