Harper’s Magazine, first published in 1850, is the second-oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States. Covered in the magazine are topics in literature, politics, finance, the arts, and more.
Harper’s Magazine is known well for publishing original works of fiction and literary reviews. Recent issues of the magazine contain short stories, poems, and memoirs written by notable authors both from the United States and from countries like France and Spain. Reviewed in Harper’s Magazine are literary works by contemporary writers as well as popular works that have surfaced from the past.
Each issue of Harper’s Magazine contains articles on topics in politics and finance. One column titled “The Anti-Economist” proposes common-sense ideas and solutions that seem to clash with the ideas of mainstream economists. Other articles cover both nationwide politics and local political stories that are unique and captivating.
Readers of Harper’s Magazine are treated to articles on topics in the arts. The magazine’s experts in the fine arts publish informed reviews on exhibitions being held across the country. Also included are detailed illustrations of groundbreaking works that may not be showing near many of the places where readers live.
A subscription to Harper’s Magazine makes a great gift for anyone who would enjoy well-written articles on cultural topics like literature, politics, and the arts. On our website, you can either order a new subscription for yourself or as a gift, or you can easily renew a subscription to Harper’s Magazine.