My Top Long Reads of 2012

Now that Longreads have started dropping their Best of 2012, I thought I'd go back through my Instapaper archives and pick out my favourite reads of the year. As usual, so much good writing, not enough time to read.

Pamela Colloff, "The Innocent Man," Texas Monthly

Douglas McGray, "House Of Second Chances," Fast Company

Leslie Jamison, "Immortal Horizon," The Believer

Annie Lowrey, "Where's _why?", Slate

Linds Redding, "A Short Lesson in Perspective," The San Francisco Egotist

Janet Reitman, "Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy," Rolling Stone

Chuck Philips, "Tupac Shakur, the Los Angeles Times, and Why I'm Still Unemployed: A Personal History by Chuck Philips", Village Voice

Michael J. Mooney, "The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever", D Magazine

Mike Anderson, "My Life With Lance Armstrong," Outside Online

Andy Calvert, "The Sando: What Went Wrong," Mess+Noise