What if your email address becomes inactive or you bump into a tree at 80 miles an hour? People could no longer notify you in that case and technically could no longer legally distribute derivative work.
You're effectively saying that what you want to happen is for people to be unable to comply with your license after you die or change ISP, and so nobody can distribute your work or its derivatives any more at that time.
Given what I'm reading here, Kiasyn, I'd go with Samson's suggestion: just write something loose and easy that says something to the effect that you're free to use and distribute this software provided that you send an email with the following information to this address, even if it bounces…
You could consider a license that looks like the following:
Yo. If you redistribute this code you must include this file unmodified, meaning you shouldn't change the filename or the crap inside it. You must also send an email to email@example.com with info regarding where I can get the release, if it bounces consider it your lucky day, if it doesn't I'll come check out your release. If I somehow find out that you didn't comply with this totally sweet license I'll verbally harass you till I get bored of doing so, which so far has yet to happen. Smoochies - Scandum the Greatest.