When I was on the road for a couple months in my tiny camper I packed an Olivetti Lettera 32.
It’d be easy to think this review might be about the new Hermes electric typewriter, the Rocketbook. Wouldn’t that be
Wouldn’t you know it, as soon as I finished the Studio 45 review, up pops another Olivetti. This time it
When I first started using Olivetti typewriters, I was drawn to their design. The modern shape. The colors. Their ads
It’s simple really. A page of type. That’s all it takes. If you’ve got a typewriter, you’re a writer for
Here’s ten typewriters that will be sure to please. But before you get into them, I encourage you to read
When I first ran across the Turboplaten, it was featured in a chromed Smith-Corona portable on an eBay auction by
You read Typewriter Review. Great. You bought a typewriter. Fantastic. You pasted The Typewriter Insurgency Manifesto on your bulletin board.
November 5, 2019 If you’re one of my North American compadres, then you might’ve noticed a weakening of the sun.
Every once in a while a comment is posted on Typewriter Review that coincides with something I’ve been thinking about
When it comes to getting your words on paper, nothing gets in the way more than a cranky typewriter. For
I’ve often considered the 1960s the pinnacle of manual typewriter technology. While some of the top American brands suffered declines
When it comes to nailing down the vibe to writing with a typewriter, avid TR follower, James D’Ambrosio, sent me
I learned never to empty the well of my writing, but always to stop when there was still something there
If you’re a regular follower of Typewriter Review, then you’ll no doubt be in the camp that types its orders
When I first started mentioning the creature that lives in my typewriter, little did I know I was not alone.
When I first got into typewriters, my initial reaction was how could anybody write on such a kooky machine? Though
When someone says, it’s new and improved, my first instinct is to ditch the old and get the new. Suddenly
I started composing a reply to comment made in a post recently, but it was such a thought provoking comment that
Like many German typewriters of this era, the Rheinmetall expertly combines form and function. It’s not only good to look
Have you trolled the depths of eBay and are tired of the same old catch? Are you looking to expand
When I hear the word Triumph, I’m thinking motorcycle. And no, if you’re wondering if this typewriter was made by Triumph
I’m often asked, what’s your favorite typewriter? Unlike the father of many children who dodges this by saying, I love
If you’re thinking, like I am, of that era when that phrase could only mean one thing, then read on
If you’re the type of writer who trades their typewriter for treads when the weather turns balmy, there’s no reason
For every kind of writer, there’s a typewriter. Groma excels at functional style. While they’ll never win a speed contest, the
Between reality and fiction, between your fingers and the page, where your eyes gaze and wonder what word is best,
When it comes to dampening sound and providing a non-slip surface, a typewriter pad is an essential writing accessory. If
You’ve bought the hype and now you’re sitting at your typewriter wondering how this wonderful writing machine is giving you fits
The Typewriter Revolution – A Typist’s Companion for the 21st Century Richard Polt The Countryman Press (2015) 384 pages When
By the 1930s, typewriters were firmly established in the workplace. While American portables were viewed as the less capable offspring