THE WEEK Magazine

THE WEEK Magazine

Published Weekly 51 issues per year

THE WEEK offers insightful, intellectual coverage of a broad range of topics, from political commentary to global affairs, book reviews, and more.

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About THE WEEK

THE WEEK offers up-to-date information about global affairs, politics, science and technology, and more in a clever, insightful format. Initially a British publication, THE WEEK began distributing their U.S edition in 2001. Since then, THE WEEK has worked to cover all the news you need to know, including political updates, book and movie reviews, scientific and technological developments, and other global happenings.

Each cover of THE WEEK features a illustrated caricature that highlights a political or global topic, and the writing is often humorous, offering wry commentary on global affairs. Features in THE WEEK cover a wide variety of topics, from opinion columns, business reporting, film and art reviews, travel, food and drink, and more.

One notable feature of the week is the "Controversy of the Week" section that focuses on a single major issue either in the U.S. or the global community. THE WEEK also contains sections that spotlight notable people, and their "Best Columns," which cover high-profile news stories in the U.S., Europe, and other international locations.

Readers looking for the perfect book to read next will love THE WEEK's book section, which contains reviews of fiction and nonfiction books, and includes suggestions from high-profile public intellectuals, political figures, and other celebrities.

THE WEEK is the perfect magazine for readers who are looking to stay on top of current news, to learn more about influential public figures, and to expand their reading horizons.

Issues Per Year: 51
Estimated Delivery: 4-6 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Weekly
Publisher Name: The Week

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