Book Ex Machina presents:
The Letters Page, Vol. 1!
We are super excited to introduce you to the first ever printed anthology of
The Letters Page. We are beyond excited about this! We have taken the excellent The Letters Page, a digital literary journal in letters, and turned it into a physical object.
This beautiful limited edition boxed set contains:
An illustrated book anthology of selected letters from The Letters Page's first seven issues, edited by Jon McGregor, with letters from George Saunders, Andrey Kurkov, Naomi Alderman, Kevin Barry, Joanna Walsh, and others; as well as a selection of brand new letters published here for the first time.
Loose-leaf reproductions of the writers' original handwritten letters, on specialty papers.
Letters from: George Saunders, Clare Wigfall, Éireann Lorsung, Joanna Walsh, Andrey Kurkov, Naomi Alderman, Sam Riviere, Cassie Gonzales, Kevin Barry, Karen McLeod, Claudia Reed, S E Craythorne, Maria Papas, and Ken Sears.
Letter from the editor, Jon McGregor.
Reproductions of original handwritten letters by George Saunders, Clare Wigfall, Éireann Lorsung, Andrey Kurkov, Naomi Alderman, Cassie Gonzales, and Jon McGregor.
Bonus: typographic portraits of the writers, made from with their own words.
500 copies very few copies left! Get yours while supplies last!
The Letters Page
Edited by Jon McGregor
Book design by Ioanna Mavrou & Thodoris Tzalavras
Boxed set contains book and loose-leaf letter reproductions
Limited Edition: 500 copies
Book Ex Machina
Nicosia, November 2016
* SPECIAL OFFER: 30% OFF *
“I’m a big fan of The Letters Page. Texts and emails are fine but there’s nothing like a handwritten letter.” —Roddy Doyle
“In a landscape of ever-increasing homogeneity, The Letters Page is a joyful oddity—an eccentric delight.”
“This is such a beautiful thing—a love letter to letters.”—Simon Prosser, Hamish Hamilton
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