The New Yorker Live

6 seasons, 80 episodes

Discussions, events, and performances.

Storytelling at the Moth: The New Yorker Turns Ninety

Culture An Evening at the Moth: Larissa MacFarquhar A story about fact-checking, trust, and uncertainty.
Culture An Evening at the Moth: Matthew Diffee A New Yorker cartoonist recalls drawing his first cartoons for the magazine and the many rejections that followed.
Books An Evening at the Moth: Mary Norris Reflections on thirty years of copy editing for The New Yorker, and breaking through as a writer with blogs (and now a book) on commas, semicolons, and all things grammar.
Culture An Evening at the Moth: Adam Gopnik A story of early-career odd jobs, including a misadventure as the keeper of the “authority file” at the Frick Art Reference Library.
Culture An Evening at the Moth: David Remnick At an event celebrating The New Yorker’s ninetieth anniversary, David Remnick tells a story of journalistic failure in Moscow on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union.