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What’s on your summer reading list?

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Online Only, posted 4.20.09

In preparation for our upcoming July/August issue, we want to hear from you: What books do you, as a writer who reads deeply year-round, turn to in the warm months ahead? Perhaps you're a student who uses the break from required reading to revisit the classics. Or you’re a fiction writer who chooses to pull from the neglected poetry shelf. Or, perhaps, you indulge in the best-sellers to read what everyone else is talking about.

Post a comment and let us know what's on your list.

Reader Comments

  • isolde100 says...

    Gore Vidal: Julian Daniyal Mueenuddin: In Other Rooms, Other Wonders Mary Beard: The Fires of Vesuvius Roberto Bolano: 2666

  • J.W. Mitchell says...

    Finishing Dracula by Stoker, Atlas Shrugged by Rand, and Ulysses by Joyce

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