Okay, so 45 days wasn’t so bad

A while ago I posted about two contributors copies that took 45 days to ship from the magazine to my house.

I guess that wasn’t so bad after all:

    The Christmas card was dated December 23, 1914, and mailed to Ethel Martin of Oberlin, apparently from her cousins in Alma, Nebraska.

No one knows where the card spent 93 years, but maybe it was keeping company with my copies of The Door. Or maybe when the Post Offal tried to shove my envelope into the tesseract, it got too full and spit out all its contents.

It could happen!