What are the odds anyone is going to read an email 50 years from that you wrote about a trip you took this year? But what if you wrote details in letters and postcards? The odds go up considerably.
Ana Padovani, the writer of Cartas y Postales is doing just that: looking at a series of letters and postcards from 50 years ago. And she’s making the story come to life on her blog. In this show, we talk about that series, Ana’s writing, and the price of postage in Argentina. Oh, and there’s an extra guest you’ll just have to listen to find out who.
You can also find Ana on Instagram at Postales y Cartas.
3 comments on Episode 130: Ana Writes about Postcards and Letters: A Show with Ana Padovani of Cartas y Postales
I’m so happy we made this new show!! I am also happy to share my love for these old correspondence, read other people’s messages and handwritings is so fascinating to me. Thank you for this. And Simón is a year older and a handful! Haha.
I’m so glad we made this show. Showed me that I’m clearly not too busy to do this…you can write and work and cook and a thousand other things while your juggling Simón. Haha…he was precious. And I always look forward to your blog entries to see what you wrote. It’s so good.