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“Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The art of writing letters is a dying one in this modern age of electronic correspondence, so reading letters from the past is one way to become reacquainted with this this practice. It also gives us a peek into the private lives of the writers and insights into what they found important enough to write about.

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Michael J. Vaughn - A World Where Sea Levels Have Risen 500 Feet
FEATURED AUTHOR - Michael J. Vaughn is the author of twenty-three novels, including the award-winning The Popcorn Girl and his latest, Climies. He is also a professional painter and drummer, the latter with the San Jose rock band ECRB. Vaughn's novels have won prizes in the San Francisco, New England and Hollywood book festivals. He is a regular competitions judge for Writer's Digest. Vaughn is also a widely published poet and opera critic. He graduated from San Jose State with a journalism degree and a… Read more