This is going to be about love letters, and a little bit about money.
I wrote an essay about What Price Love? (my subscription-based love letter publication that also doubles as a durational performance, or, my actual love letters, as written to one actual person, emailed to you over six months). Rhizome, one of the longest-running net.art sites, published it earlier this month. It’s the best way I could describe this whole thing, opening up my inbox to you (who are mostly strangers).
On May 21st, I’ll close What Price Love? to new subscriptions.
We’re now about a third of the way through the letters. And I don’t want anyone to feel as if they missed out. (For those of you already reading, it will also allow me to catch you up. I’d like you to be able to read what you might not have yet. Stay near, I’ll disclose that once this part is settled, and we’re all in, etc.)
If you want to know what’s happened so far, start with the essay. And if you want to join, here is how you can subscribe before midnight May 21st.