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New Yorker inspired music

I'm looking into programming works whose texts first appeared in the New Yorker.  Of course, there's the Irving Fine Choral New Yorker set, and I'm also aware of Florence Price's Song for Snow.  Anyone else aware of any other pieces that fit this criterion?
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