Millions fave n+1 has begun putting out a series of mini-ebooks via Kindle Singles. Three are available thus far: “Octomom and the Politics of Babies” by Mark Grief, “Gatsby in New Delhi” by Siddhartha Deb, and “Argentinidad” by Benjamin Kunkel.
“A Poem From Us” features regular people reading their favorite poems. According to the project’s founder, Felix Jung, its goal is to “use technology to help folks share their love of poetry with others.” That’s something we can all get behind, isn’t it? You can participate in two ways: record a video of yourself recording your favorite poem, or request a set of free promotional stickers for the project.
In the wake of her 2016 Presidential loss, Hillary Clinton’s best-selling book What Happened sparked the question: “Would you rather be president of the United States or a No. 1 best-selling author?” The Washington Post asked several authors including Cheryl Strayed, Erik Larson, and Joyce Carol Oates for their thoughts. See also our interview with Strayed from our archives.