The New Yorker slides down to a 19.05% parity rate, with the same number of writers, 21, but with two fewer women for a total of four women writers. They made up for two poems by women last week with three poems by men this week.
The New Yorker Parity Report A regular report on the gender parity - or lack thereof - of the current issue of The New Yorker based on table of contents by-lines Includes fiction, non-fiction, poems. Does not include illustrations.
A score of 50% means that half of all writers in the issue are female. A score of greater than 50% would mean more female than male writers. This never happens. Parity change from previous week: -9.52%