Totally Objective Holiday Gift Guide

For eco-entomologists, brave ones with baggage, left-leaning attention spans, procrastinators, artists and art-lovers, and everyone else.

A little something for everyone

Here are our completely objective suggestions for the holiday season:

For everyone: a gift subscription

For empty stockings: the small books collection

For artists and art-lovers: The Paper Monument Tote-All package

For blank walls: limited-edition No Regrets and Utopia prints

For social critics: What Was the Hipster?

For procrastinators: the All Caught Up deal

For entry-level economists: Diary of a Very Bad Year

For white-collar comrades: Nikil Saval’s Cubed

For early adopters: Nell Zink’s The Wallcreeper

For completists (and regifters): the Holiday Box Set

For eco-entomologists: Buzz by Benjamin Kunkel

For surreal women: A keychain from Adult

For storytellers: Ludmilla Petrushevskaya’s There Once Lived a Woman

For DIY therapists: the Self-Help Set

For DIY degree-holders: a Bag of Literary Advice

For historians: Mark Greif’s The Age of the Crisis of Man

For the pure and the impure: Francesco Pacifico’s The Story of My Purity

For materialist feminists: Wages for Housework mug

For people who wear cool T-shirts to the gym: a T-shirt

For brave ones with baggage: a red bag of courage

For readers, young and old: What We Should Have Known + No Regrets

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–The Editors

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