Turning Pages: The Gift of Flipboard for Voracious Readers
Shona Sanzgiri / December 18, 2015
Some of us don’t just love books, we devour them (say hey, fellow bookworms!). For beloved bibliophiles, there’s not enough books in the world—nor enough time to read any of them. That’s why this holiday season there’s nothing better than the Gift of Flipboard for the voracious readers in your life.
As we countdown to Christmas, we’re “uncovering” new gifts—21 in all—each day in this blog. In today’s featured gift, you’ll find such literary goldmines as:
- The New Yorker: As one of the world’s leading arts and culture magazines, The New Yorker has long been in the business of publishing some of literature’s greatest writers, including E.B. White, Vivian Gornick, Truman Capote and Zadie Smith. Read the latest fiction, book reviews, criticism and more from today’s best writers here.
- The Paris Review: Founded by the erudite and eloquent George Plimpton, The Paris Review is revered for its incredible, in-depth interviews with authors. Let the publication guide you through the mind of a writer.
- Vanity Fair Longreads: Access—it’s what Vanity Fair gets its writers. Journalists like Michael Lewis and Hunter S. Thompson have published their biggest works in the luxurious, hefty pages of VF. Read other big stories here.
- It Speaks Volumes: When you don’t have time for the library, check out this magazine where many imaginative and contemporary novels find their way onto “shelves.”
- London Review of Books: The word “essay” comes from the French “essayer,” meaning “to try.” Modern interpretations of essays include thought experiments, political screeds and philosophical musings, all of which find lots of space in the London Review. If you want something beyond entertainment, look the LRB’s way.