What people are reading on the NYC subway.
the New Yorker seems to be edited for the purpose of reading on public transport. Paris Review, btw, had an anthology a few years ago called Planes, Trains, and Elevators with stories that can be read for the length of each journey. Love this concept as there really is something satisfying about getting to the last page while arriving at your stop. (Also, War&Peace metro readers--wtf? that's more annoying than reading the bible, which is at least designed with easily digested passages)
posted by Joanne McNeil at 6:35 PM on September 7, 2009
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