By Dianna Dilworth on Galley Cat, October 19, 2012
Readers can use a QR code reader app to access 35 audio files of more than a hundred poems in the collection. (Readers who don’t have smartphones can access the content on the author’s website).
Healy’s publisher Red Hen Press is not the first to experiment with adding QR codes to books. Simon & Schuster announced this past summer that they would begin adding QR codes to all books beginning this fall. The Simon & Schuster QR codes link to author pages which include things like videos of authors and details about other books.