An anthology of books is growing in Norway. Scottish artist Katie Paterson’s next project involves a future literary collection printed with paper from spruce trees that have just been planted. The project, called Future Library, starts with 1,000 trees planted in Nordmarka, near Oslo, to produce the paper supply for literary treasures that won’t be seen for 100 years. Margaret Atwood, whose novels often focus on the not-too-distant future, was chosen as the first author to contribute to the future collection.
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