nearby_places = Place.objects.select_subclasses("restaurant")
# restaurants will be Restaurant instances, bars will still be Place instances
-If you don't explicitly call ``select_subclasses()``, an ``InheritanceManager``
-behaves identically to a normal ``Manager``; so it's safe to use as your
-default manager for the model.
+``InheritanceManager`` also provides a subclass-fetching alternative to the
+ place = Place.objects.get_subclass(id=some_id)
+ # "place" will automatically be an instance of Place, Restaurant, or Bar
+If you don't explicitly call ``select_subclasses()`` or ``get_subclass()``,
+an ``InheritanceManager`` behaves identically to a normal ``Manager``; so
+it's safe to use as your default manager for the model.
``InheritanceManager`` currently only supports a single level of model