Stories by mail
Stories By Mail is a single sheet of tiny stories mailed to friends & strangers once every few months for free. Started in 2012 in connection with the Detroit-based pataphysical retail experiment PRAMU, Stories by Mail is a collaboration between writer & editor Elizeya Quate and designerd Dylan Box.
To sign up to receive free stories mailed to you by "real" snails, simply click on the words Stories By Mail.
The next Stories By Mail is #17 and will go out August 2016.
#17 will be the first Stories By Mail by non-Quate writers.
#17 will feature the following writers:
Christine V. Nguyen
Sign up here!
If more curious, you can read Chicago Literati's interview about Stories By Mail here.
Stories by Mail used to be made using a risograph. If you wanna see pictures of that, there's an old Stories by Mail tumblr here.
This is how the story usually begins.
Then something like this happens. Whoah!
Then it's all done and the story ends. The end.
Here's a longtime Stories By Mail subscriber holding a big handful of #16 while in the background a screensaver zizzles. What's that screensaver even doing? Nobody knows!