The Things Unsaid Project

Write the letter. Now is the time.

Project To Begin 31 Letters In 31 Days

The Things Unsaid Project is embarking on a bold endeavor over the next month: 31 letters in 31 days.

Today, two letters will be posted to kick off the initiative followed by one letter per day through Halloween.

Momentum for Things Unsaid is on the rise. A student newspaper article from the University of Kentucky, a soon-to-be released article from a student newspaper at UIC, other various media requests and a post office box full of letters with things unsaid have bolstered the buzz. (Click here for TTUP Press Clippings)

Teachers, class instructors and professors are encouraged to request TTUP Class Kits for use in the classroom. Addressed, stamped return envelopes along with project overview, paper and instructions can be shipped to interested institutions. Please send an e-mail to sscsinc@gmail.com with Project Kit Request in the subject line.

Project supporters are encouraged to post the official TTUP Poster in their neighborhood coffee shops, libraries and community outlets. Supporters can access a printable PDF by clicking here.

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October 1, 2010 - Posted by | Things Unsaid

2 Comments »

  1. I look forward to reading your 31 letters in 31 days.
    Reminds me of our letter writing challenge fron July over here at The Letter Writing Revolution:
    http://theletterwritingrevolution.blogspot.com/2010/07/45-letters-in-45-days-challenge.html

    Here’s to many submissions!
    Julie
    TLWR

    Comment by Julie | October 2, 2010 | Reply

  2. Julie–the more letters penned, the better! Great work.

    Comment by SS | October 2, 2010 | Reply


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