Catch up on all the Maya Angelou stamp news: Morning Report
Students at Maya Angelou Public Charter Schools in Washington, D.C., discussed Angelou's poetry as part of a recent multimedia feature by USPS Stamps.
Linn's Stamp News gives you a quick look at what's going on in the world of stamp-collecting.
1. Maya news
There's been a ton of Maya Angelou forever stamp coverage during the last couple of days here on Linns.com and elsewhere on the web.
Let's quickly catch up on recent developments:
- On April 6, Lonnae O'Neal reported in the Washington Post that the prominent quote on the stamp design, “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song,” in fact did not come from Angelou but was published in the book A Cup of Sun by Joan Walsh Anglund, which carries a 1967 copyright.
- O'Neal then reported on April 7 that Anglund confirmed that the phrase is from A Cup of Sun.
- The same day, the Angelou stamp's star-studded issue ceremony took place in Washington, D.C., and Twitter was all over it.
Check back with Linns.com for more as this story develops.
2. APS restructuring
"There has been another change in the staff at the American Philatelic Society. Renee Gardner, director of Internet sales, is no longer with the society as of early April."
3. Joint issue update
"Collectors interested in obtaining Japan's stamps in the upcoming United States-Japan Gifts of Friendship joint issue will be able to buy them from the U.S. Postal Service."
4. Yesterday's most-viewed post
5. Something social
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