I leave books of short stories and poetry around, so that if I have an urge, or ten minutes spare, I can pick one up and read. I can then carry the poem or story with me in my head.
This seems to me to be the best way of reading such intense and juicy things as poems and short stories. I need space in my head after reading one so that it can soak in, and so that I can think about it. It takes a truly stunning story or poem to stay fresh in my mind if I read another one straight after it.
So here's where I read:
on the blue sofa
on my way out of the living room
in my office, when I should be working
in the living room (this is The Pile of books waiting to be read)
and there's always a book in my bag, just in case there's a nice little gap when I'm out.