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    InCoWriMo Address Exchange 2021

    Let the sharing begin! Many have expressed interest in sharing their own addresses in the hopes of receiving InCoMail in February. You can do that right here on this page in the comments section. Simply add a comment (below) to this blog post with your name and mailing address (and perhaps a sentence about yourself or your interests). Other InCoWriMo participants will not only add their addresses, but they will also come here to search for willing recipients. Keep in mind that once you have shared your mailing address on this page, it will very likely be “findable” on the internet forever and a day and until the end of time.…

  • These 28+ People Would Love to Receive your InCoWriMo Correspondence! (2021)

    Don’t let a lack of at-the-ready recipients keep you from accepting the InCoWriMo Challenge. With this list, you don’t even need a personal address book. In years past, this “28 People” list has included celebrities, sports figures, Instagrammers, business moguls, etc. This year, however, as I looked through the number and variety of people sharing their mailing addresses in the comments section of the InCoWriMo Address Exchange 2021 post, I decided that this year’s 28 People list would consist of people from 28 different countries, all of whom have specifically shared their addresses and genuinely hope to receive InCoWriMo Mail. These names and addresses were chosen at random based solely…

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    InCoWriMo 2021 Planning Calendar

    Here, for your use and enjoyment, is a handy InCoWriMo 2021 planning Calendar. There are probably many ways in which to use the calendar, but here is what I have done: I’ve downloaded the calendar. I’ve printed the calendar. I’ve listed the name of the person to whom I intend to write each day. The person to whom I write on any given day during InCoWriMo is very likely to change. But I like knowing that if I find myself in a rush on any given day, I won’t need to waste any time at all choosing a recipient for that day’s correspondence. I’ll simply look at my calendar, grab…