Reporting at Wit's End: Tales from the New Yorker


The best of St. Clair McKelway, a longtime New Yorker writer, whose astonishing career and work have been overlooked for too long. Named for his great-uncle, a prominent newspaperman, St. Clair McKelway was born with journalism in his blood. And in thirty-six years at the New Yorker, he made fact-writing his career. His prolific output for the magazine was defined by its incomparable wit and a love of New York's rough edges. He had a deep affection for the city's rascals: the junkmen, con men, counterfeiters, priests, beat ...

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