Kate Monahan shares her experience with putting Carolyn See’s “charming note” idea into practice.
“These notes are like paper airplanes sailing around the world, and they accomplish a number of things at once. They salute the writer (or editor or agent) in question. They say to him or her: Your work is good and admirable! You’re not laboring in a vacuum. There are people out in the world who know what you do and respect it.”
“These are paper airplanes of affection. They are the glue of human sweetness in literary society.”
Tip of the hat: Mark Levy