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Trial and Destiny 2 By dean memmott
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When Duane Peters gets out of junior high in the summer of 1973, he wanted to buy himself a typewriter, so he can fulfill his dream of becoming a great writer in tradition of Ernest Hemmingway and... More > Leo Tolstoy. He thus takes a job as a lot boy at the Frost Stop drive-in across the street from his house. With the money he earns that summer, he buys himself a typewriter. Within four months after the purchase, his job turns his life into a nightmare when he finds himself working for a mean boss who won't pay him for the actual time he works every day. The abuse from his manager drives Duane to go looking for another job. His quest, though, will have an eventual, unintended impact on the future of a young couple's romance.< Less
MACHINE VOODOO By ADAM MURRAY
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A dark anthology of prose, short stories, transgressive fiction and typewriter juju, hoodoo voodoo hokum. A howl in the darkness and a brutal journey into the unknown wilderness of the literary... More > process. Using the typewriter to push back at the walls closing in from a world burning to the ground, a burning world we light our cigarettes from. We are lean, hungry and wild from petty royalties, we write in blood and shit on our aching flesh and all we’ve ever wanted is you to read it. We are the underground and we are ready to shake the foundations of the city. We are writers. So I sit here in candlelight at this vintage Remington typer drinking tarantula juice with a Salem burning itself out in the green glass ashtray, voodoo effigies and foreign currency scattered across the clawed wood of this table, I sit here and bleed. For you.< Less
Trial and Destiny 2 By dean memmott
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When Duane Peters gets out of junior high in the summer of 1973, he wanted to buy himself a typewriter, so he can fulfill his dream of becoming a great writer in tradition of Ernest Hemmingway and... More > Leo Tolstoy. He thus takes a job as a lot boy at the Frost Stop drive-in across the street from his house. With the money he earns that summer, he buys himself a typewriter. Within four months after the purchase, his job turns his life into a nightmare when he finds himself working for a mean boss who won't pay him for the actual time he works every day. The abuse from his manager drives Duane to go looking for another job. His quest, though, will have an eventual, unintended impact on the future of a young couple's romance.< Less
Books On Demand: Catalogue By Zoe Sadokierski
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An exhibition of recent experimental bookwork by Zoë Sadokiereski, Books On Demand investigates the possibilities of print-on-demand publishing. The 12 books in the show have eclectic themes:... More > Birds With Smutty Names depicts 20 birds with names that prove ornithologists have a sense of humour, from the Agile Tit-Tyrant to the Moustached Flowerpiercer, each bird is illustrated using collaged pages from an erotic novel; Analogue Bodies is a collection of essays by Tom Lee, about feet and teeth, illustrated using archival material from science museums; Writers’ Typewriters presents anecdotes about 45 famous writers’ creative process, alongside drawings of their actual typewriters. This catalogue documents the process behind each book, with reflections on the print-on-demand production process.< Less
Life's Journey By Mariko Buller
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For Mariko Buller's 70th birthday, she was given a typewriter and a note from her then-10-year-old granddaughter Lisa. The letter asked her to use the gift to pen her life story, tales her... More > grandchildren were then too young to understand. She spent time at the typewriter, writing about living in Japan during World War II, raising her daughters in New York and celebrating her 80th birthday party with her family by her side. She took a decade off from writing after her husband, Eddie, who moved her from Japan to the United States, passed away. But her life didn't end there, and eventually she finished penning her international love story, her departure from her homeland, her life. "Life's Journey" is the result of those many years of writing -- and many years of living.< Less
Travel Short Stories From A Mother and Son By Mike Evans & Mary Evans
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A wonderful collection of travel short stories from a unique mother-and-son writing team. From the age of five, Mike Evans was inspired to write by watching his mother at her typewriter. For twenty... More > years, they wrote together until she passed away in 1998. This moving collection of short stories from both of them will take you on journeys far and deep. If you want to laugh and cry and be transported to places you never thought possible, start with the first page of this book. You will not want to put it down.< Less
Travel Short Stories From A Mother and Son By Mike Evans & Mary Evans
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A wonderful collection of travel short stories from a unique mother-and-son writing team. From the age of five, Mike Evans was inspired to write by watching his mother at her typewriter. For twenty... More > years, they wrote together until she passed away in 1998. This moving collection of short stories from both of them will take you on journeys far and deep. If you want to laugh and cry and be transported to places you never thought possible, start with the first page of this book. You will not want to put it down.< Less
The Curse of QWERTY By
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It was boring to type the letters in the upper row of my typewriter keyboard 20 times, then go on to the next row. But it was even more boring to lie in bed and do nothing. So when the chicken pox... More > forced me to stay home from school for two weeks, I used the time to learn touch typing. At age ten I, like millions of Americans each year, memorized the QWERTY keyboard (as it is called from its starting arrangement of letters).< Less
The Hummingbird Summer By G.S. Wiley
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Collection of two gay-themed short stories set in New York City in the 1960s. In "The Hummingbird Summer," typewriter salesman Henry Maitland takes advantage of the summer exodus from New... More > York City to snatch a few private moments with his married lover Pete Kingsley, an affair doomed by era and circumstance. In "Sukiyaki," Japanese-American private eye John Tamaru looks into the death of a worker in a Chinese restaurant, only to find out that first impressions are deceiving.< Less
Savage Highway TPB By Jack Moskovitz
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Trade paperback. This is the second book of hard-boiled violence from the ancient typewriter of Jack Moskovitz. An unsavory group of truckers try to save the world from atomic annihilation while... More > another group of even more unsavory people try to thwart them. And it's all told in the unique Moskovitz style, where a smell is worth a thousand words.< Less

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