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Does the magazine look dangerous this week? Or do the drawings throughout this week's issue, by R. Kikuo Johnson, look like any number of people in America, in all sorts of circumstances? View the slide show and read our coverage of the Trayvon Martin case: nyr.kr/HaCruz
Fiction Editor Deborah Treisman interviews Michael Chabon.
Eustace Tilley appeared on the cover of our first issue in 1925, and has returned, in one guise or another, for nearly every anniversary issue ever since. We invite you to reinterpret our mascot during our sixth annual Eustace Tilley contest, and your work could be featured on newyorker.com. More details here: nyr.kr/UQ9Qm0