Considering the composition–which is to say packed full of useful information but dry as day-old toast–of some of the written documents they’ve created over the years, you wouldn’t normally think of the Federal Emergency Management Agency as an institution which promotes reading. Shows how little I know about them, because they are doing so right here, right now. There seem to be only two real criteria for inclusion into their summer reading list: some reference to pyrotechnics, and the fact that it’s fiction. It’s worth a prolonged perusal.
When you’re done with that, the CDC’s Zombie preparedness blog deserves an even longer look.
Thanks to Gloria Wilson-Pierret for the tip. Enjoy!