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According to the founder, this is the last year they are hosting InCoWriMo, otherwise known as International Correspondence Writing Month which is February. Basically the challenge is to embrace letter writing by writing and sending a card, letter, or postcard every day for the month of February. You can create a list of people to send to or follow the recommendations of someone else’s challenge, such as the one featured on the Goulet Pen Company’s recent post, How To Participate in InCoWriMo 2020.
Here’s a link to the updated 2020 InCoWriMo (Thanks, Mia!).
Here’s a link to my last year’s post sharing information and information and links to previous posts about InCoWriMo on this blog. There’s a bit more information for those not familiar with this annual tradition.
The 2020 InCoWriMo Facebook page says:
Join us over the course of 29 days as we share in the adventure of crafting handwritten letters to spread encouragement, reconnect with loved ones, and build good writing habits!
If you’re looking for who is sharing information on their InCoWriMo journey, use the hashtag #InCoWriMo on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc to see what others are up to for InCoWriMo 2020.
The Day 1 prompt on Facebook for InCoWriMo says to start a letter with “Once upon a time”. Done. Now who to write to tomorrow? Who are you writing to? If you’d like a postcard, email me your address and I will send you one. Sometimes I receive many responses and sometimes just a few, so I will say here that I will cap this at 25 mailings and the requests must be received by Feb 29, 2020. Find me at Jackie (at) LettersandJournals (dot) com.
Here’s the link to take you to the 2020 Address Page where you can find people to write to, and/or list your own address.