Imagine if Boston had a city-wide book club. Everyone would read the same story, and then come together to discuss it. This is the idea behind the Boston Book Festival's One City One Story project.
Each year, they print 30,000 copies of a short story and distribute them for free around the city. This year's selection is "Karma" by the Cambridge-based writer Rishi Reddi.
Rishi Reddi, author of 'Karma', this year's One City One Story selection.
Norah Piehl, deputy director of the Boston Book Festival.
This segment aired on September 6, 2013. The audio for this segment is not available.