(Yes, there’s no way to ignore the sad news from Ankara and Brussels; we can only reach out to others, any way we can, and make sure they know we are listening. Words on paper are just a small bit of that. With that said, we return to our regular blog already in progress.)
As the lovely weather continues, the Standard Tap‘s deck has become a perfect place to sit and scratch out some words while sipping a beer brewed around here. On Mar. 22, the next-to-last Publetters of March (and at the Tap), we wrote to DC and LA and Newark NJ and (in yet-another-first) Newton Centre MA–to name a few.
With temps predicted to be in the balmy upper 50s, a visit to the Standard Tap next Tuesday, Mar. 29 would seem to be in very much in order. AND IN APRIL: find us on scenic Frankford Avenue at the Grey Lodge Pub, starting April 5.
Worried about your “form”, after seeing that beautiful cursive above? Don’t be–we also welcome freestyle letter-writers & illustrators at Publetters!
• As always, Publetters is free; we bring all the paper, envelopes, postage stamps and pens–just bring words. Presented by Yards Brewing Co.; stamps provided by Trophy Bikes.
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