From The Wire 07/16/201508/03/2015 by Diane Pizzuto Afternoon Reading: Pluto (of course), Steadman’s birds, rereading with Nabokov By Diane Pizzuto If you haven’t seen the photos of Pluto, go look at them. If you have, go look again. The NYT has packaged them beautifully. Also: how Pluto changed how we saw the solar system, and why we’ve never lost our enthusiasm for space travel. Collector’s Weekly on the existential conundrum (and history) of the American waste-paper basket. Gonzo illustrator Ralph Steadman’s portraits of birds on the verge of extinction. Nabokov said there is no reading, only rereading. Tim Parks doesn’t quite agree, but thinks he’s found the key to an illuminating reread, practicing with The Waste Land and Mrs. Dalloway. • Diane Pizzuto Diane Pizzuto is the art director and managing editor of The Smart Set.