BELIEVER MAGAZINE AND McSWEENEY’S QUARTERLY COMBO SUBSCRIPTION

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“Ever shape-shifting and ambitious, McSweeney’s has redefined what a literary institution can be.”
Catherine Lacey,
McSweeney’s contributor and author of Pew

Reunited and it feels so good. After a half decade away, the award-winning Believer magazine is coming back to McSweeney’s beginning in November 2022. To celebrate, we’re bringing back our oldest combo of all: the Believer + McSweeney’s Quarterly Combo Subscription. An awe-inspiring cornucopia of literary content awaits you.

This combo subscription brings you four issues of interviews, essays, and reviews in this beloved and deluxe illustrated sixty-four-page printed magazine AND four issues of our thrilling and always boundary-pushing, acclaimed literary journal. Cumulatively these pages have found themselves finalists for the National Magazine Award nearly an even two dozen times, and been home to some of the most exciting authors working today. Treat yourself and welcome our dearest old friends back into the McSweeney’s fold once more.

Here’s a preview of what you’ll find coming your way

McSweeney’s Issue 67
Tear open this thrilling three-volume issue to find original stories by John Brandon and Eider Rodríguez; letters from Shelly Oria and Diana Spechler; a collection of poems by bus driver Sasha Pearl, composed on her lunch breaks (and introduced by Samantha Hunt); and so much more, all inside a series of interconnected cover illustrations by French artist Yann Le Bec that culminate in a standalone illustrated booklet. Steady yourselves, readers—the time has come for another unforgettable issue of McSweeney’s Quarterly.

Believer Issue 140
The Believer is coming back this fall with an ultra-deluxe homecoming issue. Including everything you love about this acclaimed magazine and brand-new features and material guaranteed to surprise and delight.

McSweeney’s Issue 68
Coming this October, the 68th issue of our National Magazine Award-winning McSweeney’s Quarterly features stories of duplicity and deception, double lives and secret histories, waiting for you underneath a cover by Italian artist Daniele Castellano (inspired by the Roman god Janus depicting duality in its many forms). Inside, readers will find an essay by Alejandro Zambra on soccer sadness; an epic, time-bending short story from Carmen Maria Machado; and new work from National Book Award finalist Lisa Ko. Like all editions of McSweeney’s, this issue includes work from established contemporary talents (Catherine Lacey, Andrew Martin, Laura van den Berg) alongside fresh emerging voices (Stephanie Ullmann, Hallie Gayle). Readers will find new translations of Peruvian writer Santiago Roncagliolo and Italian novelist Andrea Bajani, and a little diamond of flash fiction by James Yeh. Compiled by visiting editor Daniel Gumbiner, McSweeney’s Issue 68 offers a host of delights and surprises, from some of the world’s best writers.

IMPORTANT LOGISTICAL INFORMATION: Subscriptions placed by September 1 will begin with McSweeney’s 67 and The Believer’s homecoming issue. All subscriptions to The Believer automatically renew after four issues at a cost of $55, while subscriptions to McSweeney’s Quarterly automatically renew after four issues at a price of $75. In the event of any future rate changes, we will notify you via email. If you’d like to cancel your subscription at any time prior to its auto-renewal, you can log in to your account and adjust your subscription settings. Or send an email to custservice@mcsweeneys.net with the subject line “End Quarterly Autorenew,” “End Believer Autorenew,” or “End Combo Autorenew.” Or call (415) 642-5609. Refunds will be accepted only up until the first issue of your renewal is shipped. If you’d like to give the Quarterly Concern as a one-time gift, purchase a gift subscription here. Any subscription purchased with the “gift” option marked at checkout will not be enrolled in autorenew.

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