Why am I writing these letters?
In 2020 I’ve started writing poetry pretty much out of nowhere (you can read more about it here) and I’ve shared it with friends, sometimes on social medias and sometimes performed live at events.
Now this publication feels like the right next step for me, I wrote what you find below already in my last letter, but I thought this should have more space, so here it is again.
So why these Poetic Letters now?
Firstly, because now is time for me to share what I create more and more. I will share what I create more, with more people and on more mediums, and hopefully I will be able to reach you too, sooner or later, no matter where you prefer to read poetry or enjoy art!
Secondly, this publication is a great way for me to offer you a place where to read in peace, receive this little piece of my world directly into your inbox, and maybe a great way to stay away from social medias.
That’s my next reason: getting you and myself away from social medias. As annoying as it is, we live in a world were SM are a powerful tool to reach people, and that’s where I’ve started sharing my stuff too. And, there are other tools too, like this one, allowing us to take care of our headspace, keep updated on something or someone we love in different, more healthy ways. And I like this more.
Besides, I don’t like the idea that a corporate controls how I can reach people. In here, we are closer than on social medias and I will be able to reach you as long as I write. And you are able to get back to me too, please do!
The last reason, is to support myself and my art, so that I can keep doing this, for mine AND your enjoyment. This publication will always have free content and paid content.
The free content will be a selection of older works, other art projects outside of poetry, or something I’m about to launch.
The paid content will be exclusive previews, more personal notes, behind the scenes and early access to new pieces, pre-orders and other super fresh projects. This at less than the cost of a coffee per letter.
Art is a fundamental piece of this world and of my world, it should be accessible for everyone and also I believe it has value worth paying for. I hope you do too.