Perhaps you read my last post, One Typed Page, if not I encourage you to follow the link, read what’s
While it’s not the digital collapse many of you read in Cold Hard Type, it feels like the world is
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.
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
I started composing a reply to comment made in a post recently, but it was such a thought provoking comment that
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
You’ve bought the hype and now you’re sitting at your typewriter wondering how this wonderful writing machine is giving you fits
It’s Thanksgiving time in America and I’d like to give thanks to the typewriter ribbon and to those who still
“Typewriters are too good for people. They last too long. They work too well. If they were a lot more
THE TYPEWRITER. A Graphic History of the Beloved Machine Uppercase Publishing, 2015. 336 pages When I saw the cover, I
Congratulations! You have a stack of typewritten pages. Now what? This is where the computer shines. It’s great for editing!
Okay, pilgrim, before you saddle up, there’s something I need to tell you. And perhaps this is a confession. Some
In last week’s post, I reviewed local options for getting your hands on a typewriter. If none of these panned
There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. –Ernest Hemingway From the
Distraction free writing seems to be the buzz these days. In fact, there are dedicated writing apps that have stripped