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Every October, I look forward to the release of the various entries in the Best American series. I thoroughly enjoy The Best American Essays, absolutely devour The Best American Science and Nature Writing, find a great deal to like in The Best American Sports Writing, scan the table of contents of The Best American Short Stories to see how many I've already read (and then read them all anyway), and eventually make my way to The Best American Travel Writing to combat winter blahs. In each of these volumes, I know what to expect. Granted, there might be an offbeat entry in the sports edition, perhaps something about fantasy football or darts that I would not have much interest in, but by and large, you know what you're going to get. Not so with The Best American Nonrequired Reading. And that's why I titled my review the way I did.
This volume (both the 2013 edition and previous editions) is a true mélange of, apparently, anything that struck the various people responsible for putting it together as worthy at some point during the previous year. That approach has worked, and this volume seems more densely packed than previous versions, almost ensuring that you'll find several gems. I know I did. At the same time, there will be a fair number that don't appeal. I tend to skip the comics and the graphic stories, for example.
This year does not match up to the first year's offerings (still the best version of The Best American Nonrequired Reading), but if the names The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Tin House, and Storyville mean anything to you, you'll enjoy this volume. (If the last three names don't ring a bell, they're very well respected literary journals, especially The Paris Review and Tin House, two of the gold standard.)
I realize I've said little about the actual content here, but that's partially because Nonrequired Reading is such a broad category. How does one describe a volume of short stories with no thematic link, a volume that includes poetry, a Seinfeld tribute of sorts, fake reviews as if written by Cormac McCarthy, stories of real people and their tattoos, and much more? I can say that this volume seems to be edging its way more and more into "serious" writing, as the list of sources (The New Yorker et al.) suggests. Granted, one of the pieces from The New Yorker this year is a hypothetical conversation at the drafting of the Second Amendment in which Jefferson has the prescience to foresee automatic weaponry, but the general thrust does seem to be toward the more serious of late. That's fine by me in general, but I do miss some of the whimsy of previous volumes. Then again, I can always reread those.
October's a wonderful month for readers.
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