THE CHAIRS ARE WHERE THE PEOPLE GO
The Chairs are Where the People Go is a book co-written with New York Times bestselling author Sheila Heti, who had the idea of writing a book of everything I know. The 72 chapters (which I dictated and she transcribed and edited) cover subjects such as neighbourhood activism, making conferences exhilarating, how to set up chairs for things, quitting smoking, and more. The New Yorker chose the book as one of their top nonfiction picks the year it came out. You can read about the book and see some excerpts on the book's website.