Part of the charm of books is that they are highly portable. We can read them almost anywhere there is enough light, and everyone has their own preferred way of doing so. And so we have a series called 'Where I Like To Read', sharing the favorite reading places of famous authors.
Our latest revelation is from Junot Díaz, a newly anointed MacArthur Fellow.
"I am both a public reader and a private reader," he told the HuffPost Books editor. "I'm the idiot walking down the street reading. I'm the fool on the train who misses their stop, who leaps up suddenly, because of their book."
But where does he like to finish the books he's reading, to the frustration of his family and friends? Click here to find out.
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