Read What You Don’t Know

Gregory Cowles writes in The New York Times:

“Write what you know,” young writers are often told. But for readers, the corollary is pretty much the opposite: Read what you don’t know. To the extent that books grant you access to another person’s mind, they provide a sure path to new ways of seeing. And in reading as in life, the more you expose yourself to other perspectives the broader your horizons will be.

A fantastic guide to tap your inner reader.