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The Letters Page

Vol. 2

  • The Letters Page Vol. 2
  • The Letters Page Vol. 2
  • The Letters Page Vol. 2


The Letters Page, Vol. 2!

We did it again! Say hello to The Letters Page, Vol. 2, the second volume of The Letters Page: a literary journal in letters, founded and edited by Jon McGregor.

A limited edition illustrated book that comes in its own mailing envelope!


With letters by Kit Caless, Darren Chetty, Sarah Dale, Joe Dunthorne, Jonathan Ellis, Nicole Flattery, Rowena Macdonald, Ioanna Mavrou, Andrew Mcmillan, Chimene Suleyman, Matthew Welton, and Jon McGregor.

Limited Edition: 1,000 Copies. Get yours while supplies last!

About the editor

Jon McGregor is a professor of creative writing at the University of Nottingham where he founded and edits The Letters Page. He has written three novels and a collection of stories, including Even the Dogs, winner of the 2012 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. His novel, Reservoir 13, was published by 4th Estate in April 2017 and has been longlisted for this year's Man Booker Prize.

About The Letters Page

Now in its fourth year, The Letters Page was founded and is edited by Jon McGregor at the University of Nottingham. The first seven issues and two volumes have received and published letters from all over the world.

Also available: The Letters Page, Vol. 1

Edited by Jon McGregor; with letters by George Saunders, Andrey Kurkov, Naomi Alderman, Kevin Barry, Joanna Walsh, and others. A beautiful boxed set containing a book and loose-leaf reproductions of original handwritten letters. Very few copies available here!

The Letters Page

Vol. 2

Edited by Jon McGregor

Book design by Ioanna Mavrou & Thodoris Tzalavras

English text

Comes in its own special mailing envelope

Limited Edition: 1,000 copies

Book Ex Machina

Nicosia, September 2017

ISBN 978-9963-9858-7-6

€ 12.99

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“I’m a big fan of The Letters Page. Texts and emails are fine but there’s nothing like a handwritten letter.” —Roddy Doyle

“This is such a beautiful thing—a love letter to letters.”—Simon Prosser, Hamish Hamilton

“Letter writing may be a dying art, but the imaginative and creative range of this collection shows there’s much life in it yet.” —The Irish Times

From me, with love: the lost art of letter writing

“A letter always arrives from the past… You wait for a letter to arrive. You wait for a reply. In the time it takes for the letter to reach its destination, anything can happen: minds be changed, lives lost, loves discovered.” —Jon McGregor

Read Jon's letter about The Letters Page in the Guardian