The Letter Project

December 21, 2012

The Epistolarium: Issue One

Filed under: The Epistolarium — Theresa Williams @ 2:46 am


Cover Page, The Epistolarium:  Issue One

Cover Page, The Epistolarium: Issue One


 The Epistolarium Issue One

Click on the link above to open and read the issue




The official publication of the New Arzamas Literary Circle

Editor’s Log

22 October                  Received of Rebecca Guyver (Suffolk, United Kingdom)

22 October                  Received of Wolfgang Guenther (Kassel, Germany)

24 October                  Received of Whitney Reinhard (Fostoria, Ohio, USA)

25 October                  Received of Andrea Jay (Staten Island, NY, USA)

28 October                  Received of Cayte Catastrophe (Syracuse, NY, USA)

29 October                  Received of E-Ambassade D’Utopia (Guivry, France)

30 October                  Received of Suzanna Anderson (Bowling Green, OH, USA)

31 October                  Received of Christine Brandel (Bloomington, IN, USA)

01 November               Received of Elizabeth Hagen  (Bowling Green, Ohio, USA)

04 November               Received of Jack Galmitz (Elmhurst, New York, USA)

04 November               Received of Vizma Bruns (Waitpinga, Australia)

04 November               Received of Diane Keys (Elgin, IL, USA)

06 November               Received of Guido Bondioli (Mesa, AZ, USA)

10 November               Received of Carina Granlund (Petsmo, Finland)

10 November               Received of Guido Vermeulen (Brussels, Belgium)

17 December               Received of Henning Mittendorf (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

20 December               Received of Sally Baker Reece (Bowling Green, OH, USA)

20 December               Received of Taidgh Lynch (Killarney, Co.Kerry Ireland)


  1. Reblogged this on Suzanna and Writing and commented:
    I am happy to see the first issue of Epistolarium. Everyone did a wonderful job! 🙂

    Comment by Suzanna and Writing: One word at a time — December 21, 2012 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  2. This is beautiful! I loved seeing all the different styles and perspectives.

    Comment by Emily May Anderson — January 27, 2013 @ 8:32 pm | Reply

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