The New Year is here in the dark halls of VERTIGO and we'd like to welcome you to a cool, new feature in all our monthly books - the return of LETTERS COLUMNS! Back in the day, letters pages were really the only way for fans, editors and creators to have a dialogue. Obviously the interwebs have changed all that, but in a world that's increasingly Hi-tech, we thought it would be great to bring back something a little more Low-fi. But we need YOUR help! We need you to start sending us emails or...wait for it...REAL letters ASAP. Tell us what you love, what you hate, what you're reading and why (or why not?) Each title will have its own column and, by and large, the editors will be the people responding to you. Occasionally we might be hearing directly from the creators (they're only a phone call /text/email away) but really this is your chance to tell us directly what you think of the job we're doing. But while we're waiting for your insightful missives, this seemed like a perfect place to (re-) introduce ourselves so you know who's who. So, without further ado, the 2011 Vertigo starting line-up... KAREN BERGER - The Captain. What else is there to say? She's been here since before the beginning. She's editing THE UNWRITTEN and is the kind and benevolent overseer of us all. SHELLY BOND - The Fabulous One. Edits FABLES, HELLBLAZER, iZOMBIE and HOUSE OF MYSTERY. WILL DENNIS. The Snarky Veteran. Edits DMZ, SCALPED, and SPACEMAN. MARK DOYLE - The Dauphin. Edits AMERICAN VAMPIRE, NORTHLANDERS and SWEET TOOTH. Assists on SCALPED & DMZ. SARAH LITT - International Woman of Mystery. She assists Karen and has a lot of irons in the fire. GREG LOCKARD & JOE HUGHES- The Rookies. The latest additions to the V- team so go easy on them. Greg will be working with Shelly and Joe will be covering all the other bases. Now we've all got tons of other incredible projects we handle - original graphic novels, miniseries, specials - and we will be adding NEW monthlies as the year progresses. We've just listed the titles that will have letters columns so you know to whom you should address your comments. Below is some of essential information you'll need to help get your letters to us and see print. We can't wait to hear from you (seriously!) and since we haven't said it yet...THANK YOU for reading and supporting our books! Vertigo is proud to be the home where the best writers and artists push comics storytelling beyond its limits. We do it for you and couldn't do it without you. --The Vertigo Seven To submit a letter to the editor go to: www.dcletterspage.com Letters may be sent by regular mail to this address: Letters to the Editor DC Comics 1700 Broadway New York, NY 10019 ATTN: VERTIGO Please include your full name, address, and telephone number for confirmation purposes. Letters should be no longer than 500 words and should not include attachments. Letters may be edited for length or clarity and may be published in any medium. Letters become the property of DC Comics. Unpublished letters will not be returned or acknowledged. Published letters may identify the writer by first name, hometown, state or country.