By lone goose press
Calligrapher and teacher Lloyd Reynolds developed the practice of “Weathergrams” in the early 1970s. It relates to a Japanese tradition of short informal poems exchanged among friends. A weathergram is a poem of ten words or less written on a strip of paper, then hung outdoors on a branch or bough to weather over a season, between solstice and equinox, or equinox to solstice. The poems are simple, spontaneous, and often refer to aspects of nature or the season.
lone goose press began the tradition of the yearly weathergram in 2003.
If you would like a Weathergram please send a self-addressed, stamped #10 envelope (4.125 x 9.5 in) to lone goose press, 2580 Augusta Street, Eugene, OR 97403 and we will gladly send you one. Sorry, we may not be unable to send your choice as the number printed of each is limited and your selection may be unavailable.