Believer subscriptions are on sale through the weekend at the McSweeney’s store!
(That’s an entire year of horrible advice from people like Aubrey Plaza and Louis C.K., monthly columns from Nick Hornby, Daniel Handler, and Greil Marcus, and original essays and interviews by and about people, animals, and things like Jonathan Lethem, beavers in the 18th century, Maurice Sendak, sexy sax solos, Lucinda Williams, and the ideology of beach-house art. You also get CDs [and, occasionally, cassette tapes] of new music, DVDs of new film, and items too strange to be mentioned.) An entire year of all these things, and much more, for less than you spent on fresh-pressed juice last week ($40, to be absolutely clear).
Not to mention one-of-a-kind Tony Millionaire portraits from past issues of the Believer! These are also for—though not on, because the prices are already too good to be true—sale.