The oldest publications in the United States have more than 1.2 billion monthly readers, according to a new study.
The New York Times says that is the oldest male-oriented magazine in the world, with more than 12.5 million subscribers.
It’s also the oldest women-oriented publication, with about 2.3 million monthly readers.
“The oldest publications are still publishing, but there’s been a significant decline,” said Sarah Loeffler, senior editor of women’s and gender studies at The New Yorker.
The study, published in the New York Review of Books, looked at nearly 30,000 publications published from 1900 to 2015. “
These numbers are shocking.”
The study, published in the New York Review of Books, looked at nearly 30,000 publications published from 1900 to 2015.
Loefler says the research also shows that the number of women writers is declining, which is troubling given the number women writers are choosing to publish.
“The women who are making a living today are more likely to publish than men,” she said.
“Women writers are publishing less.
That’s the most alarming thing.” Read more