Posts Tagged: stamps
What a cool way to celebrate Ireland’s storytelling tradition: a new Irish stamp features the text of an entire short-short by 17-year-old Dubliner Eoin Moore.
Moore’s piece, about how “[t]he city embodies the people, and the people embody the city,” won out over “a host” of other entries at Roddy Doyle’s Fighting Words Centre....more
Because nothing says “here is my overdue rent” like a greeting sealed with a Theodore Roethke stamp.
The United States Postal Service is jumping into the fun of National Poetry Month by issuing ten new forever stamps featuring the handsome mugs of great poets Elizabeth Bishop, Joseph Brodsky, Gwendolyn Brooks, E....more
“For all those who are in the situation of Hero and Leander, and similarly to them can only exchange secret signs about the feelings of their hearts, here we publish the secrets of the language of stamps. If the stamp stands upright in the upper right corner of the card or envelope, it means: I wish your friendship....more