The Reading List Of Reading Lists

The Reading List Of Reading Lists

It’s winter, which makes it the perfect time to curl up with a book. Pick a book for by the fire, heater, or bundled up in bed with this collection of 20 reading lists from major publications, compiled by Metafilter user Fizz.

They have reading lists from Vulture, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair. Weirdly they don’t have Lifehacker’s recent reading list. (Our 2017 list is still good too.)

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We found even more reading lists:

They’re listed as summer reading lists since the US is in the middle of a blazing heat, but a good book is a good book in any season.

We asked writer Maris Kreizman, co-author of Vulture’s reading list (and previously editorial director of Book of the Month Club), what makes a summer read different from any other good read.

“Absolutely nothing aside from the publication date,” she says.

Of course, as with movies, publishers often schedule books for an appropriate time of the year. Personally, our favourite reads for this time of the year are escapist, funny, and — for tote bag friendliness — always paperback.

“One benefit of Summer was that each day we had more light to read by.” | MetaFilter

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