Project TK: Bridging the distance
First of all, thank you very much for those who are interested in participating, or those who simply signal boost! We had never expected this project to get so much attention and positive reactions.
And with this post, we will unveil the details for this project.
—What are you guys going to do with the letter I sent?
We are turning all of the letters we have received into a book. Think of it that your letters are pages that Kakki will read once he opens the book. For easier example, this will be similar to yearbook — each class works on some pages and then submit it. This works the exact way.
—Do I have to pay for making the book?
The only thing you are going to pay in this project is the shipping of the letter from your place to a certain address we will give you later. Which means, you don’t have to pay for the making of the book.
—How if I can’t ship internationally?
If such is the case and there is really no other way you can send the letter, then we will allow submission online. However, please bear in mind that if you submit it online, we will not be responsible for whatever damage that happens when we receive your letter. Whether it is because the letter was scanned incorrectly, or if there was a huge blank space when we receive your letter. We will do our best to clean it up, however the final result is not within our responsibilities.
—How about fanarts?
For fanarts, it is up to you whether you want to do it digitally or not. However, please keep in mind that you still have to send it.
—What is the address to send my letters?
We will give this to the participants privately, so please keep your askbox open.
—What is the latest date I can send my letter in?
14 November 2014, Friday. After this date, we will no longer accept letters sent and they will not be compiled into the book. However, if you send your letter before 14 November and it arrives later than the specified date, we will still include your letter. Please send us a notification specifying the date when your letter will arrive.
Please write both of your Tumblr username and your real name in the envelope, because we will sort the letters depending on the alphabet of the submitter’s name. Tumblr username is important so we can check who have sent the letter and who haven’t sent the letter.
And lately, we have a sideblog for this project to write all the progress in our project. Please do check it out!