Our next Letter in the Mail comes from writer and illustrator Luna Adler! Luna sends us a beautifully illustrated, full-color letter about what she thinks about late at night when she can’t sleep.
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Luna Adler is a Brooklyn-based writer/illustrator and an aspiring Pyrenean Mountain Dog mom. Her work has appeared in Gossamer, Literary Hub, Autostraddle, Electric Literature, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Pigeon Pages, Artsy, Capsule98, The Belladonna Comedy, and It’s Nice That, among others. She is currently an MFA candidate in fiction at Brooklyn College and a contributing fiction editor for The Brooklyn Review. You can find her words, art, short videos, long-winded comics, and slightly unhinged newsletters on her website or follow along on Twitter at @RealLunaAdler.
Photograph of Luna Adler by Will Hummel.