Tag: personal correspondence

Pen Pals Still Exist: The Friendship Doctor Interviews the Founders of the Letter Writers Alliance

March 6, 2012 | By | Reply Continue Reading

Snail mail correspondence can cement connections with old friends and help us make new ones.   On several prior blog posts, commenters at The Friendship Blog expressed interested in connecting with pen pals. I read about an organization called The Letter Writers Alliance and interviewed its founders, Kathy Zadrozny and Donovan Beeson, so they (and […]

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Just for Fun: Public Arts Project Encourages Letter-Writing

August 12, 2011 | By | 4 Replies Continue Reading

Ivan Cash, a young avant-garde artist from San Francisco, began Snail Mail My Email in mid-July, a one-month interactive art project calling attention to the special magic letter writing holds for both the sender and recipient. “Snail mail fascinates me,” Cash told the Wall Street Journal when asked why he took on this massive project. “There’s something warm and fuzzy […]

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