As I approach 50, it struck me how thankful I am for all the people who helped me become who I am today. Sadly, far too many are no longer living, but many are and to those that I can contact, I will send a hand written thank you note. Responses are welcome, but not required, nor will I post any information beyond that which is public without written consent.
Best left Unsent is a repository for all those letters you can't send. Why burn them when you can let the Internet read them? [more inside]
For the past decade or so I've been off-and-on sending out various writing projects to subscribers' inboxes. I've now merged my mailing lists into one and have re-opened subscriptions, which had been closed since 2010. [more inside]
The premise of this site is that you have recently died, and now you're penning a letter to the rest of the world. The subject matter is open, and can be whatever you'd like: a list of things you found important, a series of regrets, or an open letter to the young. There is only one requirement. Every letter submitted to the site must begin with the same first sentence: "Now that I'm dead, I want to tell you a few things." [more inside]
Post-Apocalypse Dead Letter Office is a speculative/experimental novel in epistolary form written by yours truly and physically realized by dozens of creative Mefi Mail Art group members, Metafilter members and other collaborators. (RSS feed). [more inside]