May 17, 2011 01:44 PM
We are excited to announce the release of our new app for iPad! You can search for it on the App Store or visit directly via this link. Individual issues are avialable for $4.99, and we also offer a twelve-month subscription for $37.99. We invite you to browse the free sample of the January issue, which features the symposium "The Angloshphere & the Future of Liberty," with essays by Roger Kimball, Harvey Mansfield, John Bolton and others, or purchase the April poetry issue, which features essays by Denis Donoghue, William Logan, Paul Dean, and David Yezzi. Starting Monday, May 23, we will offer the whole run of the 2011 spring season. Let us know what you think with a rating or a comment. Please note that the app subscription is a standalone premium service offered through the App Store and is separate from subscriptions to the online and print editions of the magazine.
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In the Aeneid, the Roman poet Virgil sang of "arms and a man" (Arma virumque cano). Month in and month out, The New Criterion expounds with great clarity and wit on the art, culture, and political controversies of our times. With postings of reviews, essays, links, recs, and news, Armavirumque seeks to continue this mission in accordance with the timetable of the digital age.
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