There are so many questions that plague us LetterMoians at this time of year: Well, dear LetterMoians, we are happy to report that LetterMo “marches on.” We would remind all 2024 LetterMo participants of the second part of the LetterMo Challenge: Write back to everyone who writes to you. During March and following months, reply […]
A collaborative blog post Thank you to everyone who contributed to make today’s post! I like the idea of being able to slow down and order my thoughts so I could have a nice flow when I sat down to write my letters. I started to appreciate letter-writing as as act of contemplation because I
As the month wraps up, we want to know, how was the Month of Letters for you? What worked? What didn’t work? How did you engage with the new website? We’ll take your feedback into consideration as we map the path forward. The survey can be found here: https://forms.gle/j9pq5MA8WUgphewv7
A collaborative blog post Thank you to everyone who contributed to make today’s post! I took on a penpal who is a postal worker and felt my gratitude well up thinking about the service he provides to his community, so I decided to send him all my appreciation for all postal workers for the noble
User, 7 Letters from the Heart, sends in a letter full of ephemera from Poland in our latest MailBag blog entry.
A collaborative blog post Thank you to everyone who contributed to make today’s post! I find inspiration in the brief bios that are written by the person I am writing to. It gives me a jumping off point and helps me to tailor my letter to the recipient by mentioning the things that we might
Make your writing public! LetterMo is hosting a virtual letter writing social. We have a Zoom room dedicated to the Social and Write-in, and the a volunteer (shout out to Steph Walford) will be hosting in the room Sun. Feb 25 – Mon. Feb 26 (depending on your timezone). If the larger online meet-up doesn’t
A collaborative blog post Thank you to everyone who contributed to make today’s post! I searched for local stationery stores and artists in Toronto to support through my purchases of quality paper goods and other ephemera. I use themed stationery, nice washi tape, customised ink stamps and coloured gel pens to create visual consistency. I
A mailbag submission from Diana in Australia on tasty postcards with moving stories.