Amazon wants Kindle to be a destination for all types of writing, and that now includes older non-fiction and short-form stories that may have otherwise been lost to time. Today, the company is launching Singles Classics, a program to resell old stories and essays from celebrated non-fiction authors and magazine writers, including Norman Mailer, Susan Orlean, and Gloria Steinheim. It is an extension of an existing program called Kindle Singles, which was launched in 2011 and focused on longform non-fiction and short stories between 5,000 and 30,000 words. Singles Classics doesn't have a word length, but it's more geared toward essay-length pieces. It does include some fiction from authors like Kurt Vonnegut and John le Carré.