Times have changed. We love to read, but nothing is as annoying as trying to read something longer than a blog post while staring at a computer screen with a hundred windows open.
So now we have "e-readers," which includes not just Kindles and Nooks and the like, but also our telephones. (Waking up fifty years later, Mortimer wondered why telephones would be used for reading. Would books be used for flying?) Maybe next year you'll continue reading your favorite novel with the words splashed across your TV screen, or projected onto your bedroom ceiling. Whatever the medium, we will continue to need, and to read, longform writing.
Anyway, to help you along, I've begun making key essays of mine from over the years available on all the major e-reader formats, including Kindle and ePub. Take a look at the first three now.
Over the next few weeks I'll be experimenting with pricing. Let me know what you think!