14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer

    The New Yorker has made all of its archives going back to 2007 available online until the end of this summer. Here are the best New Yorker fiction pieces from the past seven years that you can read right now, for free.

    1. "Midnight in Dostoevsky" by Don Delillo

    2. "Black Box" by Jennifer Egan

    3. "The Cheater's Guide to Love" by Junot Díaz

    4. "The Christmas Miracle" by Rebecca Curtis

    5. "The Dungeon Master" by Sam Lipsyte

    6. "Embassy of Cambodia" by Zadie Smith

    7. "Escape From Spiderhead" by George Saunders

    8. "What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank" by Nathan Englander

    9. "Year's End" by Jhumpa Lahiri

    10. "The Largesse of the Sea Maiden" by Denis Johnson

    11. "Amundsen" by Alice Munro

    12. "In the South" by Salman Rushdie

    13. "Good People" by David Foster Wallace

    14. "Roy Spivey" by Miranda July

    This is, of course, just a list of 14 short stories. There is an incredible amount of fascinating fiction to be explored at The New Yorker's new website.