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These vending machines are giving out free short stories to London commuters

The stories are printed on eco-friendly papyrus paper. Image: REUTERS/Simon Dawson

Kate Whiting

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London commuters can now print out short stories, by authors including Charles Dickens, for free. Image: Sean Pollock/Short Story Stations, Canary Wharf
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