McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern and The Paris Review have teamed up to offer a joint subscription to both publications for a 20% discount throughout the month of January.
Essentially, U.S. readers can get a year’s subscription to both for $75. Here is more from The Paris Review‘s blog:
Yes, our two magazines have always appealed to different readers. Our sensibilities, like our headquarters, are a continent apart. But for 2014 we say, Vive la différence. This January only, you can get a year of The Paris Review and McSweeney’s for just $75*—that’s 20 percent less than you’d pay for individual subscriptions. You’ll have the most cosmopolitan bookshelf, nightstand, and bathroom on the block, and a full supply of the interviews, fiction, essays, poetry, and humor that keep us reading each other and make us want to spread the love!
The publications have create a Venn diagram to show their overlap, which we have embedded below.