This Writer’s New Book Won’t Be Published for 100 Years

This Writer’s New Book Won’t Be Published for 100 Years

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What if you write a book but only people from 2114 would be able to read it? That is what the Future Library project is doing. Started by Scottish artist Katie Paterson, Future Library recruits a new writer each year to contribute a manuscript that will remain unpublished for up to 100 years. The work will be stored in a special library in Norway in a room built from the forest surrounding the library. 100 trees will be planted in the same place where the wood for the special room comes from. In 2114, the planted trees will be cut …