Underground New York Public Library

The Underground New York Public Library is a visual library featuring the Reading-Riders of the NYC subways.
This project is not affiliated with The New York Public Library


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“Blueprints of the Afterlife,” by Ryan Boudinot

Borrow I Read

"Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations," by Clay Shirky

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"The Burning Wire: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel," by Jeffery Deaver

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Star Wars (The Old Republic): Revan,” by Drew Karpyshyn

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"The Art of Fielding," by Chad Harbach

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"Отец-Лес," by Анатолий Ким

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The man running into the train took out Leadership Isn’t For Cowards,” by Mike Staver, as soon as he sat down.

"The Sun Also Rises," by Ernest Hemingway

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Grand Central by Billy Collins (b. 1941)

She’s reading “Swann’s Way,” by Marcel Proust

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"The Left Hand of Darkness," by Ursula K. Le Guin

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"What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures," by Malcolm Gladwell

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January 2013 Highlights from the Underground New York Public Library

What a month. At times too cold to turn the pages or to click the camera underground. It all went on anyway, and here are ten highlights:

  1. "Life, Love & Loneliness," by Crystal Lacey Winslow
  2. "This Is How You Lose Her," by Junot Díaz
  3. "Northern Lights," by Philip Pullman
  4. "German Made Simple," by Arnold Leitner Ph.D
  5. "Lucy in the Sky," by Anonymous
  6. "A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments,” by David Foster Wallace 
  7. "Rainbow Valley (Anne of Green Gables, No. 7)," by L.M. Montgomery
  8. "The Atrocity Archives," by Charles Stross & "The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories," by Charles Bukowski
  9. "A View from the Bridge," by Arthur Miller
  10. eReader

See previous Highlights

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UNYPL is now on G+ too

Friday eReaders

Here are our Friday eReaders. This week, they’re framing a happy conversation. 

For an alternative Friday eReader, check out this one by Blake Eskin. The rest of Blake’s subway set is captivating as well; see it or subscribe to it here

Here’s the weekend. Enjoy it,

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"The Amy Vanderbilt Complete Book of Etiquette," Edited by Nancy Tuckerman &  Nancy Dunnan

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He’s reading "The Picnic and Suchlike Pandemonium,"by Gerald DurrellAbove him she’s reading "A Three Dog Life: A Memoir," by Abigail Thomas.

The Picnic and Suchlike Pandemonium: Borrow I Read

A Three Dog Life: Borrow I Read

"Tell No One," by Harlan Coben

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