Best Book Covers of 2010: The L Magazine

You may not be able to judge a book by its cover, but sometimes the cover can be its own reward. The L Magazine weighs in on the 10 Best Book Covers of 2010:

1. Leo Fuchs’ “Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer from the Golden Age of Hollywood”
2. Gary Shteyngart’s “Super Sad True Love Story”
3. David Mitchell’s “The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet”
4. Anne Carson’s “Nox”
5. Jim Carroll’s “The Petting Zoo”
6. Alain de Botton’s “A Week at the Airport”
7. Robert Walser’s “The Microscripts”
8. Vasily Grossman’s “The Road”
9. Slavoj Zizek’s “Living in the End Times”
10. Jay-Z’s “Decoded”

Got a Best of 2010 list that you’d like to contribute? Best concerts of the year? Best local music moments of the year? Best whatever? Please send it along to [email protected]

Best Folk Albums of the Year: Guide
Best Albums of the Year: We Are Not a Rock Band
Best Movies of the Year: Christian Science Monitor
Best Television Shows of the Year: Channel Surfing
Best Concerts of the Year: Nippertown’s Andrzej Pilarczyk
Best Music Videos of the Year: IFC
Best Books of the Year: The New York Times Book Review
Best Live Acts of the Year: Paste Magazine
Best Poetry Books of the Year: Dan Chiasson of The New Yorker
Best Albums of the Year: Andy Maroney
Best Movie Titles of the Year That Sounded Like Porn, But, Alas, Were Not Porn: Movieline
Best DVDs of the Year: Rolling Stone
Best Albums of the Year: NME
Best Fiction of the Year: Salon
Best Jazz Albums of the Year: A Blog Supreme
Best Albums of the Year: Tim Livingston
Best Albums of the Year: Filter Magazine
Best Albums of the Year: Mojo Magazine

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