Chasqui is a minimal platform for sending blog posts. I wouldn't call it a newsletter platform, and I don't want it to be. It's a tool for getting your thoughts out to people without any of the BS.

It's free to use, you can have up to 50 contacts (for now), send 1 post a day from <username>, and let readers subscribe to you via<username>. You can use pure Markdown, and embed remotely hosted images. No ads or trackers, ever. Just your words and your audience.

I built this out of my need to send new posts out to users over email, but the only options were these bloated platforms with a load of friction in between the send button. So the minimalism and barebones design was out of necessity.

I plan on adding new features and maintaining it for the long term, so if you're interested in being a part of that feel free to shoot me an email or message me on Twitter X with your thoughts.

- Parsa
A chasqui (also spelled chaski) was a messenger of the Inca empire. Agile, highly trained and physically fit, they were in charge of carrying messages –in the form of quipus or oral information and small packets - Wikipedia
Chasqui(Credit to for the logo)