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Read outside your comfort zone


Press for Reads

1. What is [reads]?

[reads] is a platform to help you read outside your comfort zone and experience books in a different way. We offer a subscription service, curated libraries and an events based community.

2. [reads] subscriptions

Our subscriptions are the best and easiest way to experience our books. Each month we release a new collection inspired by a theme, dedicated to the forever learners. Subscribers get 10% off + free shipping.

3. [reads] collections

Each month [reads] curates a new theme, our 2019 lineup is: 

Love, Earth, Privacy, Tribe, Ontology of Things, Mysticism, Ephemera, Nostalgia, Vessels, Survivalism, and The Great Unknown.

4. How does it work?

1. [reads] curates a collection of 2-3 books, we release one collection every month based on the theme. Available once or as a subscription.

2. [reads] is $55 monthly for unique curation and an active reading community. FREE SHIPPING + 10% off for subscribers.

3. Sign up before the 30th of the month to receive the following months collection.

4. No stress, pause or cancel anytime!

5. [reads] curation process

Our approach to curation is to be generalists and learn about everything from different perspectives. Think of our [reads] collections as starter packs to explore new topics.

We collaborate with experts we feel have experience related to the collection theme, to host our [reads] cultural club events.

[reads] reviews

"The nice thing about reads is that you're opening up worlds to members that they may not usually see... because they're not getting to choose” —Noemie Le Coz, Creative Director / NYC.

I think sometimes you don’t know what you want until you have it. For me I would never have picked up some of these books or known that I liked them if it weren't for [reads].” —Cassie Shankman, Composer / Austin.

The internet is very loud and reading helps linear focus everything.” — Christina White, Venture Capital / NYC.

Our Past Boxes


Curated by [reads].
Book 1: Of Walking in Ice by Werner Herzog
Book 2: Annie Albers Notebook 1970
Bonus: Robert Adams The New West.