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'''Red Letter Day''' is a mail art and correspondence [[zine]] written and produced by [[Jennie Hinchcliff]] ([[PodPost]], Bubble and Squeek).
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'''Red Letter Day''' is a [[mail art]] and correspondence [[zine]] written and produced by [[Jennie Hinchcliff]] ([[PodPost]], Bubble and Squeek).
  
 
Dedicated to making ordinary mail extraordinary, each issue contains articles relating to mail art, book/show reviews, and techniques for use in mail art. Artists submit artwork for each themed issue and are featured not only in the zine itself, but in a photo CD which is included with the zine. Red Letter Day is handbound and often incorporates vintage ephemera, interesting papers or unusual folding techniques. This zine comes out four times a year in an edition of two hundred copies per issue. Subscriptions are available upon request.
 
Dedicated to making ordinary mail extraordinary, each issue contains articles relating to mail art, book/show reviews, and techniques for use in mail art. Artists submit artwork for each themed issue and are featured not only in the zine itself, but in a photo CD which is included with the zine. Red Letter Day is handbound and often incorporates vintage ephemera, interesting papers or unusual folding techniques. This zine comes out four times a year in an edition of two hundred copies per issue. Subscriptions are available upon request.

Revision as of 13:24, 30 July 2007

Red Letter Day is a mail art and correspondence zine written and produced by Jennie Hinchcliff (PodPost, Bubble and Squeek).

Dedicated to making ordinary mail extraordinary, each issue contains articles relating to mail art, book/show reviews, and techniques for use in mail art. Artists submit artwork for each themed issue and are featured not only in the zine itself, but in a photo CD which is included with the zine. Red Letter Day is handbound and often incorporates vintage ephemera, interesting papers or unusual folding techniques. This zine comes out four times a year in an edition of two hundred copies per issue. Subscriptions are available upon request.

Zine Libraries and collections where Red Letter Day can be found:

Jennie Hinchcliff can often be found at the following events, with a stack of the most current issue: