January 26th, 9:36 a.m.
Message from me to Whoever Will Listen To Me, via Slack

"Why hasn't The New Yorker done a women's march cover? Why is THIS lady sledding on their cover next week? The march has been planned for a while."


Anyway, obviously we knew The New Yorker would come through, and they have. This week's cover features an homage to Rosie the Riveter by artist Abigail Gray Swartz, and it's titled: "The March."


Swartz told The New Yorker that, while she didn't attend the Women's March on Washington, she did attend a sister march in Maine. "I marched for all those who need our support, for equality and diversity,” she said.

The issue is on newsstands this week.