Margaret Atwood’s classic dystopic novel The Handmaid’s Tale has seen a huge boost in sales, thanks in part to an New York City art installation as well as the Hulu miniseries adaption. Writer’s Relief found more info in this Huffpost article:
Thanks to a public artwork in New York City, anyone trying to get their hands on the book can do so free of charge. A massive installation on Chelsea’s elevated park, the High Line, designed by graphic artists Paula Scher and Abbott Miller, houses 4,000 complimentary copies of The Handmaid’s Tale.
Learn more and see the powerful images of The Handmaid’s Tale artwork here.
QUESTION: Have you read The Handmaid’s Tale?