The Wall Street Journal
Thirty-eight time Pulitzer Prize winner, The Wall Street Journal offers unrivalled coverage of global markets. Discover insights on business, politics and current affairs.
Read by the world's political and business leaders, The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on news, politics, business, finance, science and technology.
The Financial Times is one of the world's leading global business publications. It will help you stay informed on relevant corporate, political and financial news worldwide.
WIRED helps you dive into emerging technologies and discover how they affect culture, the economy, and politics.
The Washington Post
One of the leading daily American newspapers, The Washington Post offers news and analysis on politics, business, world national news, entertainment, and much more.
Bloomberg Businessweek helps leaders stay ahead with insights and in-depth analysis on the people, companies, events, and trends shaping today's market.
New York Magazine
New York Magazine chronicles the ideas, people, and cultural events that are forever reshaping our world.
MIT Technology Review
MIT Technology Review brings an intelligent, lucid, and authoritative filter that will help you navigate the overwhelming flood of information surrounding technology.
Aeon is a digital magazine, publishing profound and provocative thinking by leading thinkers on science, philosophy, society and the arts.
Scientific American covers the advances in research and discovery that are changing our understanding of the world and shaping our lives.
Foreign Policy helps you dive into the headlines with rigorous analysis and award-winning journalism focused on global affairs, current events, and international relations.
The Guardian is the world's leading liberal voice providing independent analysis and investigative journalism on current topics like environment, art, and human rights.
Vox's home for discussing, analyzing, and explaining the media industry, including journalism, social networks, and entertainment.
A survey of America’s cultural landscape offering coverage of film, television, art and more, Vulture is the go-to entertainment news site for the culturally obsessed.
Fast Company covers the future of business, with a unique editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, and design.
The Cut is the premier destination for women with sharp, stylish minds. No matter the subject, they address people's lives head-on, with generous wit, unflinching honesty and undeniable power.
1843 Magazine brings stories of an extraordinary world to life. The Economist publication covers topics like culture, lifestyle, design, fashion, health, travel, and technology.
Bloomberg delivers comprehensive media coverage on business and markets, including data, analysis, and future trends.
MIT Press Reader
A nonprofit digital magazine that showcases thought-provoking excerpts, interviews, and other original works by Press-affiliated authors, past and present.
The magazine Inc. is perfect for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and startup founders. It provides advice and the tools you need to start and grow your own business.
Psyche is a digital magazine from Aeon which examines the human condition, with articles that explore mental health, emotions, and new ideas.
Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. It delivers big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives.
Narratively is a media platform and production company that celebrates the diversity of humanity through authentic storytelling.
Salon covers diverse topics, including breaking news, politics, entertainment, culture, and technology.
Published by the Washington Post, The Lily is a newspaper written by women for women. The articles are perfect for the curious minded and those who want to be heard.
The Business of Fashion
Founded by Imran Amed, The Business of Fashion, also known as BoF, provides analysis and business intelligence in the global fashion industry.
The Point is a magazine of philosophical writing on everyday life and culture. Rather than having a political or social agenda, it tries to explore different points of views.
The Hedgehog Review
The Hedgehog Review offers critical reflections on cultural identity, change, and diversity; seeking to understand how we shape culture, and how culture shapes us.
Lapham’s Quarterly goes into the past to help us make sense of the present. It dives into history, finding the roots of education, science, literary, political, and economic thinking.
The Hustle cuts through the noise, bringing you the best of business and tech news, with a bold and irreverent voice.
Boston Review is a political and literary forum. It gives space for different voices to discuss ideas and culture.
JSTOR Daily stories provide background - historical, scientific, literary, political, and otherwise - for understanding our world.
The Baffler, is a magazine with interesting and unexpected left-wing political criticism, cultural analysis, short stories and poems.
The Idler will help you lead a more fulfilled life through the exploration of topics that range from ancient philosophy to meditation to bread baking.
The Long and Short
The Long + Short is a magazine about innovation, new ideas and how the world is changing.
The New Inquiry
The New Inquiry is a cultural and literary criticism magazine, challenging the bourgeois press and its failure to reckon with reality.
The Caravan is an Indian journal of politics and culture, working with some of the brightest minds in South Asia, and beyond, to tackle complex subjects at a depth, transcending the daily news.
Monocle is a global briefing covering international affairs, business, culture and design.
Victory spotlights the drama of sport and the enduring glory of athletic pursuits the world over.
Logic is a print magazine about technology, discussing how it impacts different spheres of society, including sex, security, our bodies, and international relations.
The American Scholar
The American Scholar is a quarterly magazine published by the Phi Beta Kappa Society. It delves into public affairs, literature, science, history, and culture.
Signal v. Noise
Signal v. Noise is an opinionated publication, sharing thoughts on design, business, and tech. By the makers (and friends) of Basecamp.
The New Criterion
The New Criterion offers a monthly review of the arts and intellectual life, "championing what is best and most humanely vital in our cultural inheritance.
The Reading Design is an archive of critical writing about design.
Open Democracy is an independent global media platform covering world affairs, ideas, and culture, encouraging democratic debate.
Digitopoly is a blog which explores the economic and business aspects of the digital world.
Berlin Quarterly is a European long form journalism publication. Published twice a year, it explores literature and the Arts.
Jeremy Lybarger is a Chicago-based longform writer and editor, whose reporting and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Boston Review, The Baffler, among many others.
At a Distance
At a Distance is a podcast where leading minds discuss the bigger picture on topics that are shaping today's world.
How To Academy
An organisation for people who think big.
A leading forum for live, agenda-setting debates, talks, and discussions around the world.
KindredCast brings you news, views and insights from the world of media and technology. The show features in-depth conversations with industry leaders.
Curio's daily moment
A daily story published every weekday bringing you new perspectives, insights and ideas.
Anne Helen Petersen
Anne Helen Petersen is a journalist and author of four books, including the forthcoming "Out of Office: The Big Problem and Bigger Promise of Working From Home."
Matthew Yglesias is the author of the Slow Boring newsletter, a senior fellow at the Niskanen Center, and host of The Weeds podcast.