Have you been keeping up with the Xerox’s Project: Set The Page Free? If you have aren’t you enjoying the unique and creative perspectives about the modern workplace being presented? If not it is time to binge watch the videos, read the excerpts and get caught up. Xerox’s Project: Set The Page Free is a book collaboration that is underway bringing together award-winning international writers and creative talent. Together they are tasked with telling the story of the modern workplace. The project will include a chapter by each contributor including a poem and a song.
Technology, software and apps from Xerox are facilitating the collaborations between the contributors throughout the project. The Xerox technology, software and apps, allow the contributors to freely move between the physical and digital worlds in this story of the modern workplace. Support for the tools is available through the online support pages.
There is content on SetThePageFree.com including videos, podcast interviews, excerpts from the contributors and the latest information on the upcoming book release. Through the content available you can see the contributors work styles, including where they like to work and the tools and technology they use to get the creativity flowing.
Content from the 14 collaborators including Lee Child, Joshua Ferris, Roxane Gay, Gary Shteyngart, Aimee Mann, Jonathan Ames, Billy Collins, Jonathan Coulton, and Sloane Crosley is now available. In the weeks ahead, more content from Jonathan Safran Foer, Chip Kidd, Valeria Luiselli, Alain Mabanckou, and Joyce Carol Oates will be revealed. To stay up-to-date as the work continues visit SetThePageFree.com and follow on Twitter at #SetThePageFree.
The project is produced in collaboration with the 92nd Street Y and is in support of the 92nd Street Y and Worldreader. For more than 140 years, the 92nd Street Y has put literature into the community, brought the world’s greatest writers to the stage and shared their work with readers across the globe. Worldreader champions digital reading in underserved communities to create a world where everyone can be a reader, empowering over 500,000 children and families in 50 countries to read from its free digital library every month.
The book is due to be completed and posted to the Project: SET THE PAGE FREE site in November.