fan mail


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n fan mail mail sent to public figures from their admirers "he hired someone to answer his fan mail"
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In literature:

But, I'm afraid, sir, you've given me a good deal of work, answering your fan-mail.
"Lone Star Planet" by Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire

In news:

Typically, journalists don't get much fan mail so much as letters from The Concerned Public, weighing in on their take with whatever the matter of the day is.
10 reasons you should be getting fan mail .
Jelly Donut Solicits Fan Mail for His New Web Series.
Now, he's posting the fan mail intended for Taylor.
Baltic the sea dog swimming through fan mail .
Mary Pickford surrounded by her fan mail.
The seagoing mutt is being bombarded with e-mail and fans even set up a Facebook page.
Baltic the sea dog swimming through fan mail.
A "Doonesbury" comic drawn to resemble a postage stamp -- which some fans actually cut out and used to mail letters -- gave Chicago-based artist Michael Thompson a brainstorm.
A longtime avid reader, I now spend more time clicking through articles on websites and reading e-mails from our news fans all over Northeast Kansas.
Some BlackBerry fans are fed up after a recent network outage that knocked out e-mail and Messenger access.
He's not a big fan of e-mail.
I got an e-mail Friday from a Michigan fan reminding me that I had my doubts about how Michigan men's basketball coach John Beilein would fare during his tenure in Ann Arbor-- something along the lines of Rich Rod I was guessing.
They are even getting fan mail.
Though he was preaching peace and love, Ringo Starr may have offended some folks in 2008 when he announced his retirement from signing fan mail.