Posted on April 2, 2019 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Commuting by public transit is about to become a little more exciting for Londoners.
The Guardian reports that the United Kingdom’s first short-story vending machines will be installed at Canary Wharf on Thursday.
Better yet, the stories will be free, and readers can pick from three lengths: one minute, three minutes, and five minutes.
In addition to tales from classic authors like Virginia Woolf, Lewis Carroll, and Charles Dickens, the machine will kick off with a commissioned story from bestselling novelist Anthony Horowitz.
Read more about London’s short-story vending machines in the Guardian.
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