This week's BTT question is about what we read other than books: "What magazines/journals do you read?"
I do read magazines. Nothing terribly intellectual. And I'm not going to claim that I actually read all these from cover to cover every week or month, but here we go.
M and I subscribe to just a few bookish periodicals - mainly The New Yorker and TLS (Times Literary Supplement); I also read the New York Times Book Review every week. I used to love Washington Post's Book World, too; but, alas, it is no more.
Other (non-literary) magazines/journals I read or glance at on a fairly regular basis are Doll Reader (to feed my other addiction), and several home decorating type mags: primarily Dwell and Atomic Ranch. Also Elle Decor, mainly because I received a subscription to it when the publishers did away with Metropolitan Home. I also generally read Alcalde (published by the University of Texas Alumni Association) so I can keep up with what's going on with all my fellow Texas Exes (Hook 'em, Horns!).
Occasionally I'll take a look at Smithsonian Magazine - not what it once was, but still a good read. And once or twice a year I'll pick up Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar or Vogue (love the "big" September issues); I don't subscribe to any of those, but they're great for summertime reading at the beach or by the pool.
Oh, and one more. Though I hate to admit it, these days I actually do find myself reading those AARP magazines that come every month. Senior citizen? Who? Me?