TLC Podcast #12: Restful Reading

After Rachel, Nathan and Taylor provide a diverse array of reading recs for Dan's in-home vacation, the TLC crew wonders: why do we read what we read—and why should we change it up sometimes? Topics include: the value of reading fiction as a nonfiction writer, alternative definitions of those two genres, and why "restful reading" transcends genre altogether, and is something we should all be looking to do this week, vacation or not.

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