Is the New York Times best-seller list better than the New Yorker’s?

Is the best-selling New York Post book list better?

Not necessarily, according to two scholars who analyzed the books of the New Times in order to evaluate their relative worth.

In the most recent edition of their book, “The New York Review of Books,” the authors, James R. Allen and John R. Rizzo, examined all of the bestsellers in the New Jersey daily newspaper over the past century and found that the New Yorkers were the most knowledgeable in their fields and the most prolific writers in their genres.

(In addition to writing for The New York Sun and The New Yorker, they also worked at The New Republic, The Atlantic, and The Washington Post.)

The authors analyzed the top 100 bestsellings of all the newspapers in the United States for the period from the mid-1930s to 2016.

The list includes everything from books by James Joyce to essays by Thomas Pynchon.

(The New Yorker had one of the most highly ranked lists in the country in terms of books, but its authors were not included in the study.)

Allen and Rizzos found that a New Yorker book had a greater chance of making it into a top-100 list, even when the authors included the New Republic’s Booker Prize winners.

The study was based on more than 300,000 words in the paper’s history, and it included the works of almost every writer in the magazine and from outside the country.

The authors found that New York’s books tended to be more literary and less technical than the books published by the other major American newspapers.

(Their research found that most American novels were penned by women, and the top five books in the literary categories were fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and nonfiction memoir.)

“The authors are correct that the literary quality of New York has been the best predictor of success in the industry,” the study concludes.

“We also found that there are many more novels written in the City of New Yorkers than in the rest of the country, so New York books have also been a more influential influence on the publishing landscape.”

For example, the authors found the number of books in each category on the New England top 50 bestsellors list increased by almost 100,000 over the period.

This indicates that the number and quality of books published in New York helped shape the literary culture in the area.

The New Times also published a list of the 100 best-sellers from the New Zealand edition of its monthly magazine in 2013.

The magazine ranked books by sales in the top 50 for its entire list, but it did not include the New Haven book, The Life of an Artist.

The researchers also examined the top 10 best-known New York book titles for each month of the year.

(For example, The New England book on the top of the list for January 2016 was The Life and Times of James Joyce, a book that Allen and Roszkowski did not identify.

The book had previously been a New York City Times best seller in 2009.)

They found that The New Haven best-sold book, for example, was The Grapes of Wrath, a best-reviewed New York novel that appeared on the list in 2014.

The Times did not list the best seller of the week for any of the weeks they studied.

This suggests that it may be the case that the top New York best-rated book has more influence on a New Haven publication than the other best-researched titles.

(This is the case for the most successful novels, such as John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, A Beautiful Mind.)

The study also found a correlation between the number on the bestseller list and the amount of advertising the newspaper received from book publishers.

This means that a magazine that received over $10 million in advertising a year was more likely to be named a bestseller.

(An ad on the cover of a book may not have an immediate impact on a book, but the advertisement may influence readers’ thoughts about the book and its author.)

“Our findings suggest that a strong media presence in New England is essential for a New England publishing industry to flourish,” the researchers write.

“The ability to attract a wide audience and to attract new readers to your work is key to sustaining a thriving publishing industry in New Hampshire.”

The authors conclude that a successful publishing industry depends on the quality of the writing in the publication, and that a newspaper with a strong reputation can also create a positive impact on the industry.

“In a way, the New Hampshire business climate is similar to the climate of the publishing industry, which has a strong influence on how the publishing business operates,” the paper concludes.