posts about or somewhat related to ‘nonfiction’

Slightly More Than 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism →

Conor Friedersdorf from The Atlantic released a comprehensive list of his favorite reads from 2013 and categorized them by topic: “Man Vs. Nature,” “War and Peace,” “Science and Beyond.”

Going through the list is quite possibly the best way to lose track of several hours of your day today. 

FJP: Some of my own favorites in this list of favorites include Learning about Humanity on Public Transportation by Chris Gethard, The Only Black Guy at the Indie Rock Show by Martin Douglas, and A Pickpocket’s Tale by Adam Green. Hopefully you’ll see some of your favorite pieces on the list and discover many more to add to your own reading list. —Mariana

100 Great Nonfiction Books
One of my New Year’s resolutions isn’t necessarily to read more, but to read more books. Happily, the Electronic Typewriter’s put together a list to help get me started with categories ranging from science to memoir to politics to art and beyond.
Bookmarked. — Michael

100 Great Nonfiction Books

One of my New Year’s resolutions isn’t necessarily to read more, but to read more books. Happily, the Electronic Typewriter’s put together a list to help get me started with categories ranging from science to memoir to politics to art and beyond.

Bookmarked. — Michael

The 101 Book Summer Reading List Flowchart
Teach.com created this very clever flowchart for high school students but there’s plenty in it for readers of all ages. Especially those of us who missed our assignments the first time around.
Image: Detail from Which Books Should You Read This Summer, via Teach.com.

The 101 Book Summer Reading List Flowchart

Teach.com created this very clever flowchart for high school students but there’s plenty in it for readers of all ages. Especially those of us who missed our assignments the first time around.

Image: Detail from Which Books Should You Read This Summer, via Teach.com.