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Audm New Yorker quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#1. If you appear in the 'Atlantic' or 'Harper's' or the 'New Yorker,' by God, you must be a writer, because everybody says so. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Audm New Yorker quotes by Edward Said
#2. Speaking as a New Yorker, I found it (9/11 event] a shocking and terrifying event, particularly the scale of it. At bottom, it was an implacable desire to do harm to innocent people. #Quote by Edward Said
Audm New Yorker quotes by Stephen King
#3. New Jersey. If there's anyone more purely foolish than a New Yorker, it's a fellow from New Jersey. #Quote by Stephen King
Audm New Yorker quotes by Ernest Hemingway,
#4. After the New Yorker piece I decided that I would never give another interview to anyone on any subject and that I would keep away from all places where I would be likely to be interviewed. If you say nothing it is difficult for someone to get it wrong. #Quote by Ernest Hemingway,
Audm New Yorker quotes by David Sedaris
#5. I was first published in the newspaper put out by School of The Art Institute of Chicago, where I was a student. I wince to read that story nowadays, but I published it with an odd photo I'd found in a junk shop, and at least I still like the picture. I had a few things in the school paper, and then I got published in a small literary magazine. I hoped I would one day get published in The New Yorker, but I never allowed myself to actually believe it. Getting published is one of those things that feels just as good as you'd hoped it would. #Quote by David Sedaris
Audm New Yorker quotes by Trevor Moore
#6. Unless you're born here, I don't know if you can ever become a full New Yorker. #Quote by Trevor Moore
Audm New Yorker quotes by Candace Bushnell
#7. I could live here forever. Maybe even become real New Yorker someday. #Quote by Candace Bushnell
Audm New Yorker quotes by Brendan Gill
#8. It is in the nature of the New Yorker to be as topical as possible, on a level that is often small in scale and playful in intention. #Quote by Brendan Gill
Audm New Yorker quotes by Jacqueline Woodson
#9. I feel like I'm a New Yorker to the bone. But there is a lot of the South in me. I know there is a lot of the South in my mannerisms. There's a lot of the South in my expectations of other people and how people treat each other. There's a lot of the South in the way I speak, but it could never be home. #Quote by Jacqueline Woodson
Audm New Yorker quotes by Michael Wolf
#10. I think one of the best jobs in the universe must be being the editor of 'The New Yorker', but there are a number of magazines that I'd be excited to be the editor of. They would be 'Wired', 'The New Yorker' and probably, 'Vogue'. #Quote by Michael Wolf
Audm New Yorker quotes by Alan Dershowitz
#11. I feel like my 50 years at Harvard were an interlude. I'm really a New Yorker. #Quote by Alan Dershowitz
Audm New Yorker quotes by Bill Bryson
#12. In 1927, if you were stuck with idle time, reading is what you did. It's no accident that the 'Book-of-the-Month Club' and 'The Literary Guild' were founded in that period as well as a lot of magazines, like 'Reader's Digest,' 'Time,' and 'The New Yorker.' #Quote by Bill Bryson
Audm New Yorker quotes by Vin Diesel
#13. I always have issues. I'm a New Yorker. I always have issues with trust - you adopt it from being a New Yorker. I think trust is something that comes from the gut. I don't think it's anything specific. I don't think it's anything tangible. #Quote by Vin Diesel
Audm New Yorker quotes by Anthony Trollope
#14. Every man worships the dollar, and is down before his shrine from morning to night ... Other men, the world over, worship regularly at the shrine with matins and vespers, nones and complines, and whatever other daily services may be known to the religious houses; but the New Yorker is always on his knees. #Quote by Anthony Trollope
Audm New Yorker quotes by Adrian Tomine
#15. I think the response I get to one 'New Yorker' cover outweighs five books that I publish. #Quote by Adrian Tomine
Audm New Yorker quotes by Elizabeth Bard
#16. I'm not the girl who swings from the chandeliers and screws men because she can, fixing her lipstick in the rear view mirror of a cab hailed at dawn. I'm the girl you call Wednesday for Saturday. The girl who reads Milton for fun and knows a fish fork when she sees one. A flirt maybe, but in that harmless, nineteenth-century, kiss-my-hand-and-ask-me-to-waltz kind of way. Mostly, I'm a thinker, a worrier. Since I'm a New Yorker, you can take that last bit up a notch. It's not that there's no free spirit in me. But it's a free spirit with a five-year plan. #Quote by Elizabeth Bard
Audm New Yorker quotes by Sylvia Plath
#17. Have so many merry little pots bubbling away in the fire of my enthusiasm: Myron, future trips, modern poetry, Yeats, Sitwell, T. S. Eliot, W. H. Auden, villanelles, maybe Mlle, maybe The New Yorker or The Atlantic (poems sent out make blind hope spring eternal - even if rejections are immanent), spring: biking, breathing, sunning, tanning. All so lovely and potential. #Quote by Sylvia Plath
Audm New Yorker quotes by Bharati Mukherjee
#18. I am aware of myself as a four-hundred-year-old woman, born in the captivity of a colonial, pre-industrial oral culture and living now as a contemporary New Yorker. #Quote by Bharati Mukherjee
Audm New Yorker quotes by Georgia O'Keeffe
#19. I never did learn to spell. My friend Doris Bry says now that I've ruined her spelling because I misspell with such confidence. #Quote by Georgia O'Keeffe
Audm New Yorker quotes by Patti Smith
#20. We didn't have to talk then, and that is real friendship. Never uncomfortable with silence, which, in its welcome form, is yet an extension of conversation. #Quote by Patti Smith
Audm New Yorker quotes by Vaginal Davis
#21. I have never lived in New York City, but a lot of people think that I am a New Yorker, because I was embraced by the Downtown scene since the 1980s. For the record I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. #Quote by Vaginal Davis
Audm New Yorker quotes by Judy Holliday
#22. I'm a born and bred New Yorker. I belong here. Everytime I leave it's like losing a leg. #Quote by Judy Holliday
Audm New Yorker quotes by Lauren Bacall
#23. I spent my childhood in New York, riding on subways and buses. And you know what you learn if you're a New Yorker? The world doesn't owe you a damn thing. #Quote by Lauren Bacall
Audm New Yorker quotes by Lyz Lenz
#24. We find significance in our sense of place. The way a New Yorker brags about the cost of a studio in Queens and the time he got punched on the subway, a Midwesterner brags about those two weeks the buses wouldn't run because it was colder here than it was in the Arctic. Our pain is our significance. Our survival is our belonging. #Quote by Lyz Lenz
Audm New Yorker quotes by Natasha Lyonne
#25. I feel like I just have such the blood and bones of a New Yorker that I can almost imagine better, like, giving up the fight and not being able to afford the city and going out West, keeping a small place here, and then when I'm like 80, coming back here, living on the park and going to the theater. #Quote by Natasha Lyonne
Audm New Yorker quotes by Jeffry Toobin The New Yorker
#26. The last remaining larger-than-life figure in American tabloid journalism. #Quote by Jeffry Toobin The New Yorker
Audm New Yorker quotes by Chris Smith
#27. Stewart, with the help of his incredibly astute staff, was combining reporting with commentary, pointing a finger at stupidity and hollowness, and devising a creative hand grenade. All of it had political purpose and direction. It wasn't strictly ideological, although he's obviously left of center. And he was fearless, not in the sense that anybody was going to make him a political prisoner. But he punched up. He punched up, and the shots landed.

I don't think the world is any more absurd now than it's ever been, or more tragic, or more beautiful. But Jon took advantage of these new ways of seeing the world and took out his magic marker and drew circles around the idiocy. He set out to be a working comedian, and he ended up an invaluable patriot. He wants his country to be better, more decent, and to think harder.

~ DAVID REMNICK, editor in chief, the New Yorker #Quote by Chris Smith
Audm New Yorker quotes by Michael Cunningham
#28. Utter objectivity ... is not only impossible when judging literature, it's not exactly desirable. Fiction involves trace elements of magic; it works for reasons we can explain and also for reasons we can't. If novels or short-story collections could be weighed strictly in terms of their components (fully developed characters, check; original voice, check; solidly crafted structure, check; serious theme, check) they might satisfy, but they would fail to enchant. A great work of fiction involves a certain frisson that occurs when its various components cohere and then ignite.
(Source: "Letter from the Pulitzer Fiction Jury: What Really Happened This Year" in The New Yorker.) #Quote by Michael Cunningham
Audm New Yorker quotes by Michael Bloomberg
#29. We may not always agree with every one of our neighbors. That's life. And it's part of living in such a diverse and dense city. But we also recognize that part of being a New Yorker is living with your neighbors in mutual respect and tolerance. It was exactly that spirit of openness and acceptance that was attacked on 9/11, 2001. #Quote by Michael Bloomberg
Audm New Yorker quotes by Jarod Kintz
#30. I submitted a poem last night to The New Yorker. They said it can take up to three months to hear back. I got rejected immediately. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Audm New Yorker quotes by The New Yorker
#31. I'm sorry about the smell - that's sort of a litter-box issue. It's tough to have eight cats in a studio apartment, but I think while you're spending the night here - the first of many, many passion-filled nights you'll undoubtedly wish to spend here - you'll find that it's well worth the smell to have the selfless companionship of these seventeen reeking, dander-encrusted animals. I said "eight" before when I meant to say "seventeen." That's the number of cats that I have. #Quote by The New Yorker
Audm New Yorker quotes by Dorothy Parker
#32. Tonstant Weader fwowed up. #Quote by Dorothy Parker
Audm New Yorker quotes by Toni Morrison
#33. I'm a Midwesterner, and everyone in Ohio is excited. I'm also a New Yorker, and a New Jerseyan, and an American, plus I'm an African-American, and a woman. I know it seems like I'm spreading like algae when I put it this way, but I'd like to think of the prize being distributed to these regions and nations and races. #Quote by Toni Morrison
Audm New Yorker quotes by Russell Baker
#34. What the New Yorker calls home would seem like a couple of closets to most Americans, yet he manages not only to live there but also to grow trees and cockroaches right on the premises. #Quote by Russell Baker
Audm New Yorker quotes by Abel Ferrara
#35. As an old-time New Yorker, it's not that I miss the '70s and '80s or whatever. I miss the fact that there was a certain kind of energy that exists when people can live for nothing. #Quote by Abel Ferrara
Audm New Yorker quotes by Hope Davis
#36. I'm a New Yorker, and I rarely get to work at home. #Quote by Hope Davis
Audm New Yorker quotes by Garrison Keillor
#37. When the New Yorker turned down work, they turned it down in such an elaborately gentlemanly way making apologies for their own shortsightedness. Undoubtedly it was their fault but somehow for some reason this fell short of the remarkably high standard that you by your own work have set for yourself. They had a way of rejecting my work that made me feel sorry for them somehow. #Quote by Garrison Keillor
Audm New Yorker quotes by Robert Mankoff
#38. One question about a joke is, how well is the strangeness of the situation resolved? At 'The New Yorker', we retain a lot of incongruity, tapping the playful part of the mind - Monty Python-type stuff. We also try to use humor as a vehicle for communicating ideas. Not editorial comment, but observation. #Quote by Robert Mankoff

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