And some final thoughts on The Mail newsletter.
As the presidential election is now over, this will be the penultimate edition of The Mail. Today's edition is a recap of some of the USPS-related…
Hey, everyone. I don't have much for you today, as I think we are all a bit too distracted and nervous to focus on a long email about the post office…
Why does mail service still lag behind its pre-DeJoy levels? And does it matter for tallying votes?
Hey everyone, I'm working on something for Tuesday's edition about vote-by-mail and the election, which somehow will only be a week away when that hits…
The 2006 law that indebted the USPS is even worse than you think.
Believe it or not, this pop-up newsletter only has about a month left! We're getting close to sending out the second zine—more on that next week—and…
And Why You Probably Shouldn't Either
This is Part II of a multi-part series looking at working conditions at the post office. If you missed Part I, click here. For a brief period, it looked…
For those of you who signed up for the paid tier, your zines are on the way! We sent them all out over the weekend. We hope you enjoy them! We've…
I've got a short intro for you today about the federal injunctions against the USPS and what it means for mail service, then we'll get to the links and…
You know we had to talk about the shootings eventually.