Reddit Is Releasing a Book of AMAs

Shaunacy Ferro
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Reddit’s popular “Ask Me Anything” forums are notoriously hard to read for those who aren’t die-hard Reddit users, but the self-described “front page of the Internet” is giving its giant archive of interviews a more glamorous update. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian announced yesterday that the site has released a coffee-table book of AMAs. 

Selected by the Reddit editorial team, the 400-some page hardcover book contains discussions Reddit users had with Louis C.K., Martha Stewart, Ronda Rousey, and less-famous interviewees with important stories to tell, like Holocaust survivors and nuclear missile operators. It’s illustrated by artist Dante Orpilla, and has been released in a limited 10,000-copy run. Some of the proceeds will go to as-yet unnamed charities.

A hardcover copy is $34.99; Kindle edition is $4.99.

[h/t: The Verge]