We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Darcey Steinke! Darcey writes to us about what she’s been thinking while enduring the snow and cold of Brooklyn and Princeton.
Darcey is the author of the memoir Easter Everywhere (Bloomsbury 2007) and the novels Milk (Bloomsbury 2005), Jesus Saves (Grove/Atlantic 1997), Suicide Blonde (Atlantic Monthly Press 1992), Up Through the Water (Doubleday 1989), and Sister Golden Hair (Tin House 2014)....more
We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Heidi Schulz! Heidi writes to us about her suspicion of giraffes and her very special skill involving balloons! Her letter is handwritten, and has lots of cool doodles! Heidi is the author of Hook’s Revenge and she’s generously donated a signed copy for our next giveaway—keep an eye on our Facebook page for details!...more
We’re never satisfied with the 30 days of poetry National Poetry Month allots, so we’re extending it by a day. We’d like to thank all the poets who shared their work with us this year. And here to take us out is Angel Nafis....more
Dear weather, what are you?
It’s not the season, but there
he stands: old man in flannel,
Have you ever been a member of or in any way associated either directly or indirectly with?
Indirectly a biometric hazard, activate. Associated with a cold rubber stamp. Are we within earshot of a dissection table? Your eagle describes each tremor of the splay.