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All About The New Yorker: On Twitter

All About The New Yorker: On Twitter
All About The New Yorker: On Twitter
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Writer Dan Baum is twittering the whole story of being hired by the New Yorker, after trying for 17 years, and then being let go. Makes you realise how difficult reading a story backwards can be. But the more interesting bits are in the links to the story ideas that worked and those that didn't.

Someone should have perhaps told him what Vidia Naipaul once told Patrick French:  "Don’t let the New Yorker worry you. The New Yorker knows nothing about writing. Nothing. "Writing an article there is like posting a letter in a Venezuelan postbox. Nobody’s going to read it!"

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