This Pitch-Perfect Parody of an Entire New Yorker Issue Features Wonderful Fake Ads

How 'The Neu Jorker' became a cover-to-cover satire

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If you're the kind of person who has time to read The New Yorker cover to cover, then you'll appreciate this delightfully meta, magazine-length satire. 

The Neu Jorker, a passion project from co-editors James Folta and Andrew Lipstein, not only lampoons the magazine's poetry, reviews and sections like Goings On About Town and Shouts & Murmurs, but also the kind of ads you find in a publication like The New Yorker. 

It's the kind of wonderfully weird project that takes months to get right.

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