It seems as if my little experiment is working. Nearly 50 days ago, I made a goal of reading one magazine article a day as a way with keeping up with all of the magazines I subscribe to. The idea was that in a given month, there was a combined total of about 30 “feature” articles. Tomorrow with be Day 50, and I feel like I’ve been successful. I managed to get through most of the articles in the March issues I’ve received, and the April issues are just beginning to make their appearances. Here is what I read this week. Bold items are recommended. Some articles may require subscriptions for online reading.
- 3/10/2019 – “Revisiting America’s Lawrence of Arabia” by Abigail Tucker, Simthsonian, March 2019
- 3/11/2019 – “No Way Out” by Jason Motlagh, National Geographic, March 2019
- 3/12/2019 – “Publish or Perish” by Amy Crawford, Smithsonian, March 2019
- 3/13/2019 – “Tree Hoppers” by Douglas Main, National Geographic, March 2019
- 3/14/2019 – “The Moral Center of Meritocracy Collapses” by Matthew Stewart, Atlantic Monthly, 3/13/2019
- 3/15/2019 – “Whispering: A Writer Alone with the Work” by David Means, Harper’s, April 2019
- 3/16/2019 – “Long Haul” by Suzanne Rico, Down East, April 2019