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[image from The Museum of Pop Culture blog] With lots of "concerned" folk turning from The New York Times Book Review to worry about the NEA report o

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With lots of "concerned" folk turning from The New York Times Book Review to worry about the NEA report on the continued demise of reading, I have two questions:

1. What are C&L readers (oh there's that word again) reading these days, or planning to read in the coming year?
2. Do Spiderman Trivia Pringles Potato Chips count?

And it's an open thread, too, so if you're totally anti-reading you can just write something instead...

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