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With the advent of e-readers, books on the subway are getting harder and harder to spot. It takes dedication to get a sense of what people are reading these days. At The Awl, Ben Dolnick sets out to catalogue a week’s worth of sightings, which included a man reading Cloud Atlas and The Stranger and a teenage girl reading Thornton Wilder’s Our Town. You could also read our own Nick Moran on the question of whether e-readers are really green.

also you could always follow @coverspy!

It’s true! Us, or any of our international spy teams will tell you what folks are reading out there. 

runwithskizzers:

millionsmillions:

With the advent of e-readers, books on the subway are getting harder and harder to spot. It takes dedication to get a sense of what people are reading these days. At The AwlBen Dolnick sets out to catalogue a week’s worth of sightings, which included a man reading Cloud Atlas and The Stranger and a teenage girl reading Thornton Wilder’s Our Town. You could also read our own Nick Moran on the question of whether e-readers are really green.

also you could always follow @coverspy!

It’s true! Us, or any of our international spy teams will tell you what folks are reading out there. 

It’s time to feel the literary love, guys and dolls. Sign up for I Like Your Glasses: Literary Speed Dating at 7pm on Oct 16 at housingworksbookstore. Ladies’ tickets are gone already, so dudes, here is your chance. (Ladies, don’t despair if you’re interested, you can sign up for the waitlist.)

Sign up for 10% off of books all night, a drink, and a chance to bat your eyelashes with someone else who read Infinite Jest twice. 

It’s time to feel the literary love, guys and dolls. Sign up for I Like Your Glasses: Literary Speed Dating at 7pm on Oct 16 at housingworksbookstore. Ladies’ tickets are gone already, so dudes, here is your chance. (Ladies, don’t despair if you’re interested, you can sign up for the waitlist.)

Sign up for 10% off of books all night, a drink, and a chance to bat your eyelashes with someone else who read Infinite Jest twice.