#Write2Connect

October 19, 2013 at 2:09 pm 2 comments

This Sunday October 20th Book Culture is hosting a letter writing campaign. Any and all are invited to write a letter and have it mailed, courtesy of Book Culture. Post cards, postage, and tea will be provided. October 20th, which happens to be National Day on Writing, we are encouraging our customers to take time out of their busy lives to write out a thoughtful note to a friend, loved one, or acquaintance. Spread the word on Monday, October 21st through Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms with #Write2Connect to bring more people to the cause. Attach the reason you love writing and inspire others to pick up a pen and delve into their souls. This will be the day that many educators across the country will be acknowledging the events. This is a national initiative by National Council of Teachers of English, with The New York Times Learning Network, National Writing Project, National Novel Writing Month, among many others (to see the whole list go to the website).

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Want to know where the letters go when they don’t reach their intended destinations? Read this article.

On Saturday, October 26th starting at 11am Book Culture on Broadway will be hosting the kid’s version of our Letter Writing Renaissance. Bring your children to our Broadway store to enjoy the process of creating a letter together.

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Entry filed under: Beyond 112th St., Book Culture on Broadway, Book Talk, Events, Neighborhood News, Shop Local, Site News, Store News, What are you reading?.

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  • 1. Nancy J. Brandwein  |  October 20, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Which book culture? on W.112th or Broadway and 114th? It never says.

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    • 2. bookcultureblog  |  October 20, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      Nancy, our events take place at the 112th street location unless otherwise notated. You can always check the website as well. Thanks for the inquiry.

      Reply

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