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For more than a decade, Guy Atkins has collected postcards sent by the Edwardians. In it, Guy explains just what made the postcard such an Edwardian sensation, what it really meant to tilt your stamp and how same-day delivery made Edwardian postcards completely different from the postcards we know today.
Guy Atkins is a writer, researcher and artist. He read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oriel College, Oxford and holds an MA in Art and Politics from Goldsmiths, University of London. After ten years working in and around the civil service, Guy has returned to academia. He is currently undertaking a PhD at Goldsmiths and the Museum of London. His blog, postcardese.com was rated by Culture Critic as 'Best of the Web' in 2010. He also regularly speaks about the history of postcards at clubs and societies across the UK.