Due to the current situation we have suspended the sale of The Letters Page, Vol 4. If you wish to be informed when the online store has reopened please email [email protected]
The Letters Page, edited by Jon McGregor, is a literary journal in letters: all the stories, poems, and essays submitted are sent in the form of a handwritten letter.
In this issue, Roddy Doyle writes to us about his mother’s letter writing habit, and how her letters unearthed distant relatives in Long Island; Andika Budiman sends us notes from a bookshop in Indonesia; Sarah Whiteside writes to the Finnish poet, Marko Hautala, and lets us listen in; Som-Mai Nguyen writes to us not once but twice; and Liam Harrison asks if it can really be true that Claire-Louise Bennett is no longer writing, as she claimed in our previous issue.
The Letters Page, Vol 4 is an 80 page craft-bound book with fold-out facsimile reproductions of the original handwritten letters, featuring a screen-printed cover which folds out to form its own mailing package, complete with wax seal.
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