Check out the newest issue of The Saturday Evening Post!
Discover how voluntarism defines our nation’s character in the January/February 2015 cover story “The American Volunteer Spirit” by sociologist Claude S. Fischer. Then meet our 2015 Great American Fiction Contest winner, N. West Moss and read her award-winning story “Omeer’s Mangoes.” Score big on game day with Emeril Lagasse’s tips on how to host a party Super Bowl party and how to prepare his favorite chili recipe for your guests; find Kathy Ireland’s secrets to success; get the most out of your Social Security; and so much more!
Cover illustration by Alessandro Gottardo (aka Shout).
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The War on Polio
The global campaign is on the brink of polio eradication. Can the lessons learned help us tackle Ebola? ... More
American Volunteer Spirit
As a nation we celebrate individualism, but we’re always ready to pitch in for a good cause. ... More
Doctors and Dollars
How rising commercialism in American medicine may be undermining your health ... More
Adventures in the Kindle Trade
Online on: February 16, 2015
An old-school writer of, you know, printed books, tries his hand at the digital kind
A War on Writers?
When Amazon decided to slash prices on e-books, one large publisher said no. In the subsequent skirmish, writers got caught in the middle.
2015 Great American Fiction Contest Winner: “Omeer’s Mangoes”
An extraordinary man struggles to maintain his dignity in a cynical world. ... More
Meet the 2015 Great American Fiction Contest Prize Winners
The Saturday Evening Post salutes these fine writers and the more than 200 others who entered our 2015 contest. ... More
No Woman Retires Elegantly
By: Mary Hogan
We are all Helen Gurley Brown, minus the money ... More
And Now, Let Us Stray
By: Cable Neuhaus
Church without God? The new Sunday Assembly movement offers spirituality and community for nonbelievers ... More
3 Questions for Kathy Ireland
By: Jeanne Wolf
Online on: February 9, 2015
How the former swimsuit model launched a global design firm
With Friends Like These …
By: Ed Dwyer
Our beloved curmudgeon asks, “Why do so many people want to connect on Facebook, only to have no interest in actually communicating?” ... More
Chili: America’s Super Bowl
By: Patrick Perry
Score big points on game day with Emeril Lagasse’s favorite chili recipe ... More
Get the Best of Social Security
By: Steven G. Blum
Online on: February 23, 2015
Wait for it! A simple plan to keep you safe and comfortable in your oldest years.
5 Secret Uses for Tablets
By: Jeff Bertolucci
How your versatile tablet can go beyond Web browsing, Facebooking, and binge-watching Netflix. ... More
A Prayer for the New Year
By: Billy Graham
A timeless message of hope, gratitude, and courage from one of America’s most beloved spiritual leaders ... More
By: Patrick Perry
Online on: February 2, 2015
Deviating from lighthearted fare for a change, Norman Rockwell interprets the Golden Rule.