Become immortal. Write a letter.
What: Celebrate National Letter Writing Month by attending the 2nd Annual Address Me: Everything Needed to Send a Piece of You.
We’ll provide dozens of stationery and postcard options, stamps, pens, working vintage typewriters, and tips on the art of letter writing. All you’ll need is the address of a loved one.
For inspiration, there will be a small exhibit of vintage letters, including correspondences of significance curated by the Dallas Public Library.
All you’ll need is the address of a loved one, and the desire to…
Send Your Love . Tell a Story . Say You’re Sorry . Share a Memory . Mark this Moment in Time
The event is free; donations are welcome.
Here's a review of last year's event, courtesy of Dallas filmmaker Mark Birnbaum.
Why: Letter writing shouldn’t be a dying art. Expressive writing has been linked to stress reduction and an overall sense of well-being. Virginia Woolf called it “the humane art, which owes its origins to the love of friends” and Emily Dickinson likened it to immortality.