New Yorker Covers for a Snow Day

Our wintery covers are perfect for a day spent inside. If you need more entertainment, read Maria Konnikova on why we find bad weather so thrilling: http://bit.ly/1UhdXEk And David Sedaris’s snow-day memory: http://bit.ly/1KvmlKO
  1. “January 16, 1932,” by S. Liam Dunne.
  2. “December 6, 1947,” by Peter Arno.
  3. “Snowbirds,” by Peter de Sève, January 29, 2001.
  4. “Perfect Storm,” by Tomer Hanuka, February 10, 2014.
  5. “The Long View,” by Frank Viva, January 4, 2016.
  6. “Winter Delight,” by John Cuneo, January 25, 2016.