From an email message sent by the Unglue.it team: Thanks to your support, the unglued edition of Oral Literature in Africa is now available for download. You can get your copy from the same place you supported its creation, the Unglue.it book page. It’s available in pdf, epub (iBooks, Nook, Kobo), and mobi (Kindle) formats.
We want to hear your stories about how you’re reading, sharing, remixing, and enjoying Oral Literature in Africa. (Remember, the CC BY license means you have permission to copy, distribute, translate, and adapt the work, as long as you attribute the book to Ruth Finnegan.)
Now it’s your turn to do something special with it- and let us know about it! Are you a programmer? You can fork it on github. Post your ideas to Facebook, Google+, Flickr, Instagram, or Youtube with the tag OLAunglued, or tweet with #OLAunglued, and we’ll include them in a Storify visualizer .
Unglue.it’s work for Oral Literature in Africa is not finished. We’ll be putting it into more distribution channels, both commercial and library-specific; stay tuned for details.
We’re hard at work on the relaunch of Unglue.it campaigns; barring unforeseen complications, we’ll be back in action before the end of the month.
Thank you again. That’s one book unglued; millions more to go. Put them everywhere!