Brandon Mise’s design for Correspondences, Ben Greenman’s book about the lost art of letter-writing, shows why Kindles and computer screens will never fully replace print. A bittersweet glimpse at the lost art of letter-writing, the collection contains seven stories that speak to the disintegrating relationship between people. Mise reinforces the theme with the book’s form, an origami-like puzzle of four pockets housed beneath a chip-board casing. Three pockets unfold to contain novellas, while the last features a postcard. The latter is intended for the seventh story, which is printed on the casing and in which Greenman has left intentional gaps in the narrative. Readers are invited to fill in those holes then send their answers back on the card to publisher Hotel St. George Press; best entries will be published in future online and paperback editions of the book. At $50, Correspondences isn’t cheap, but it’s a piece of art by every stretch. Out this month.