Timothy Paul Moore

Letter to Jane - Issue #4 "Help Fund This Issue"

Our friend at LetterToJane.com is preparing for the next edition to his amazingly well done publication of the same name. The working title for this edition is "Four Stories."

How to fund Issue #4?

Drop by their kickstarter page and donate as little as $1 or more: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lettertojane/letter-to-jane-magazine-for-ipad

If you ever wanted to make your own iPad Magazine, definitely check the kickstarter page to see what LTJ is offering for Power-Backers and as well as you should check LTJ's previous issues for inspiration.

For the people that don't have an iPad or iPhone, definitely consider just donating to Help Independent Publishing.

Plus you can read most all the interviews via LTJ's Blog.



Honest Imagery by Timothy Paul Moore

Photographer: Timothy Paul Moore

taken on Tim's travels through the West Coast.

Restored Life by An Unknown Photographer

Photographer: Unknown

Restored by Timothy Paul Moore of Letter to Jane Magazine

"Part of a larger series of damaged negatives I’ve found and have worked to clean and restore the images" -TPM

Letter to Jane, Magazine

Finally the long awaited magaZine, Letter to Jane has been released.  This is the zine to accompany Timothy Paul Moore’s site with the same moniker LetterToJane.com

The project–spanning across 180 ad free pages– features contributions and interviews from Yoko Ono, Passion Pit, No Age, Hedi Slimane, Aziz Ansari, Peter Bjorn and John, and many more. Issue 01 carries the torch for its namesake (Jean-Luc Godard and Jean Pierre Gorin’s 1972 film Letter to Jane) by looking at culture and trying to find new questions to ask of it.

Free to view or Download (PDF) via http://lettertojane.com/mag/ or view on Issuu

LetterToJane.com, the blog is a definite must read and bookmark, TPM always has quality original content and interviews with cool new bands, that’s where I found my love for “Passion Pit.”  Plus make sure to join his mailing list, so you can easily be updated on the next issue of Letter To Jane.

And oh yeah, check the last page we “theRNDM” got a shoutout on sites we enjoy.


Color and Context

Photographer: Timothy Paul Moore


I love how the pictures look a bit more seedy now and strangely surreal. It’s things like this which is why the more people taking photos the better. Everyone’s subtle viewpoint on a subject transforms the language of the original subject and creates something new. - TPM