It’s simple really. A page of type. That’s all it takes. If you’ve got a typewriter, you’re a writer for One Typed Page. Even if it’s not a whole page, write half a page, a quarter, a haiku perhaps, whatever it takes to get you working brain to finger to keys to slug striking paper making an imprint on paper.
Now comes the challenge. Sure, all this sounds good in theory, but are you ready to put it into practice? If these were normal times, keeping these rough typed pages to yourself might be best. I mean, who wants to read that rubbish, right? However, right now, it’s not rubbish. It’s life. It means you’re alive, thinking, breathing, writing. If your only purpose right now is that one typed page, that’s all that matters. We want to read it.
Send us your page. Snap a picture with your phone. Each day I’ll post what I get. Send as often you want. But don’t just stop at one. If not for your benefit, then perhaps your page will inspire others to say yes to life. I won’t post your name. You can include it on the typed page if you want, but otherwise you’ll be anonymous. (If you really want to keep it private, I recommend setting up a new email account with any of the freebies and send it under a made up name.)
If you haven’t read One Typed Page yet, head over now to see what has been written.
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(Medium resolution from your phone, or under a megabyte for attachment)
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