The Displaced Nation

A home for international creatives

Announcing The Displaced Dispatch – our weekly newsletter

O yea! O yea! Read all about it!

A weekly round up of The Displaced Nation’s posts is now available, and can be delivered to you by email every Saturday.

Instead of your inbox being filled with daily emails from TDN – yes, we post quite often – you can now opt to have one email each week, to peruse at your weekend leisure. If you’re on vacation, you might even find that it’s a good beach read. (Just don’t spill the SPF30 on your mobile phone.)

As time goes by, we will be adding items to the newsletter that you may not get from the site, such as trivia questions, international recipes, or even the occasional giveaway!

So roll up, roll up! Sign up for The Displaced Dispatch by clicking here!

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Img: Town Crier, Provincetown, MA – Wikimedia Commons

3 responses to “Announcing The Displaced Dispatch – our weekly newsletter

  1. Spinster August 3, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    Great idea. Signed up. This helps because I’m still on blog hiatus, and this is one of the very few (maybe 5) that I read right now.

    • Kate Allison August 3, 2011 at 3:44 pm

      Wow! That’s really great to hear. Thank you!
      The newsletter format is that you get the first few lines of each post, and then click to read the rest. I will investigate at some point to see if the whole post can be put on there…but then, some posts are quite long, so maybe this format is best.
      All feedback will be gratefully received – though with our level of techiness, it might take us a while to figure out how to act upon it, you understand…

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