The Rumpus to Start Sending You Letters In the Mail
Via: The Rumpus
When was the last time you got a letter in the mail that wasn't a bill or a solicitation from Time Warner pushing home phone service (even though you've specifically told them "I've got a cell. Quit sending me these.")? Can't remember, can you? Well, the good people over at The Rumpus are about to refresh your memory.
Their new subscription service called 'Letters in the Mail' is a weekly print run that will put you on the receiving end of letters from such authors as: Marc Maron, Stephen Elliott, Janet Fitch, Nick Flynn, Margaret Cho, Cheryl Strayed, Wendy MacNaughton, Emily Gould, and Jonathan Ames.
That's not too shabby of a line-up, if I do say so myself. Maybe Mr. Ames will humor his Bored to Death fans with a little detective piece.
No telling what's going to be in these letters exactly, but that's part of the appeal. Each week you'll get a surprise in the mail. "Think of it as the letters you used to get from your creative friends, before this whole internet/email thing," says The Rumpus. And at $5 a month, these puppies are dirt cheap.
Head on over to The Rumpus to subscribe to Letters in the Mail.
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