Recognizing the constitutional benefits of regular correspondence and literary stimulation, Paravion Press has developed a system for the simulataneous conveyance of both:
E∙MAIL: a selection of ten poems by Emily Dickinson, individually printed on self-sealing stationery, with space reserved for your personal sentiments. The recipient of your dispatch will thus be doubly privileged — and certainly pleased — to enjoy both the timeless, lucid lyrics of a poetic giantess and the intimate, urgent words you choose to include alongside.
Famed for her reclusion, Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886) sometimes surprised her correspondents by including verses and poems in her letters. She only ever saw six of her compositions in print out of a total of 1,775. When her complete works were finally published in 1955, her lucid, solitary mind was confirmed as one of the fundamental poetic voices of American literature.