Seniors Elina Rodriguez and Hampton Smith use a vending machine that dispenses short stories on April 5 in South Building. (Johnny Andrews/UNC-Chapel Hill)

The machines, which have been installed in various locations on campus, deliver fiction and poetry from Carolina writers.

A new kind of vending machine came to Carolina this week, dispensing free short stories written by UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty and staff.
 
The literary vending machines print a blend of original, classic and contemporary works of literature at eight locations throughout campus and in Chapel Hill, including the Carolina Union, Adams School of Dentistry and the Chapel Hill Public Library, to encourage people to engage with the literary arts.
 
The installation is a collaboration between Arts Everywhere, UNC Press, the College of Arts & Sciences’ Department of English and Comparative Literature, and publishing company Short Edition.

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Originally published April 9, 2019.

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