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  • Twenty five renewers or new subscribers, selected at random, will receive hand-drawn portraits from Believer staff and alumni, including Tony Millionaire, Jason Polan, and Dave Eggers.
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2014 promises to be a crazy big one for the Believer.

In January, we’re kicking it off with a look back at the Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan skating scandal of 1994 and an interview with author Anne Enright. Later in the year, Neko Case interviews Richard Adams, and Lydia Millet talks about her tenure at Hustler.

There will be interviews with Bill Cosby, Jesse Eisenberg, and Seth MacFarlane. Featured essays include Leslie Jamison’s “The Empathy Exams,” the Hairpin’s Anne Helen Peterson on celebrity tabloid culture, and the story of OK Cola, which attempted to steal Gen-X hearts with slogans like “What’s the point of OK? Well, what’s the point of anything?”

Subscribers also receive our film and art issue bonus items, as well as this year’s Believer music compilation, which features unreleased music, demos, and field recordings from La Luz, Willy Vlautin, Typhoon, and many more!

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