The Chairs Are Where the People Go

How to Live, Work, and Play in the City by Misha Glouberman

  • Published: Aug 30, 2020

Should neighborhoods change? Is wearing a suit a good way to quit smoking? Why do people think that if you do one thing, you're against something else?Is monogamy a trick? Why isn't making the city more fun for you and your friends a super-noble... read more

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Details of The Chairs Are Where the People Go

Exact title of the book
The Chairs Are Where the People Go
Book author
Misha Glouberman
ISBN
9781429968645
Publisher
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Published
Jul 05, 2011
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
Pages
192
File size (in PDF)
1728 kB

Some brief overview of book

Should neighborhoods change? Is wearing a suit a good way to quit smoking? Why do people think that if you do one thing, you're against something else?

Is monogamy a trick? Why isn't making the city more fun for you and your friends a super-noble political goal? Why does a computer last only three years?

How often should you see your parents? How should we behave at parties? Is marriage getting easier?

What can spam tell us about the world? Misha Glouberman's friend and collaborator, Sheila Heti, wanted her next book to be a compilation of everything Misha knew. Together, they made a list of subjects.

As Misha talked, Sheila typed. He talked about games, relationships, cities, negotiation, improvisation, Casablanca, conferences, and making friends. His subjects ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous.

But sometimes what had seemed trivial began to seem importantand what had seemed important began to seem less so. The Chairs Are Where the People Go is refreshing, appealing, and kind of profound. It's a self-help book for people who don't feel they need help, and a how-to book that urges you to do things you don't really need to do.

About author

GLOUBERMAN is a performer, facilitator, and artist who lives in Toronto. SHEILA HETI is the author of three books of fiction The Middle Stories, Ticknor, and How Should a Person Be?. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, McSweeney's, n + 1, and The Guardian.

She regularly conducts interviews for The Believer.

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