Partners Promote Reading And Literacy

by Mat Dirjish

Demonstrating that there may still be a glimmer of hope for a country that derives knowledge from the “geniuses” on social media, Levenger is partnering with the Emily Dickinson Museum to support reading and literacy with unique products. Levenger designs and markets tools for readers and writers and the Emily Dickinson Museum focuses on sustaining the legacy of one of America’s notable/quotable poets.

Levenger is presenting exclusive products in partnership with the Museum, which will receive a portion of proceeds from their sales through the Levenger Partnering for Good program. The ongoing initiative joins with libraries and other museums and institutions to create products from their collections and share the sale proceeds with them.

Two products celebrating the partnership include The Emily Dickinson Notebook and Emily Dickinson Pen. Inspired by the Collection of the Emily Dickinson Museum, the pen features the floral design of wallpaper from the poet’s bedroom in her family home in Amherst, Massachusetts. Marylou Davis designed the recreated wallpaper. The notebook also features an original manuscript detail of Emily Dickinson’s poem “Tell all the truth but tell it slant” (Fr 1263), courtesy of Amherst College Archives & Special Collections.

The Emily Dickinson Notebook and Emily Dickinson Pen

Purchasers of the pair receive a note of thanks for doing good in the world of reading. The notebook and pen are available for preorder now. For further enlightenment, visit the Levenger website. Also glean further intelligence with a visit to the Emily Dickinson Museum.

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