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Something about London - a poem

Not a poem written by myself, but written for me by one of these two gentlemen.

We came across them on our way from the Tate Modern to Shakespear’s Globe on Bankside. 52 more words

London

"TYPE-IN 2017" by Stephanie Williams Dean

The first annual type-in sponsored by the Renegade Writer Guild was held at the Davie County Public Library in Mocksville, NC to celebrate National Typewriter Day on 6/23/2017. 78 more words

Once We Were Safe

I’ve been lucky this week, I found this at a thrift store for $5.

I had to celebrate this and the fact that 90 years earlier, today in 1868 Sholes received his typewriter patent! 93 more words

Poetry

I have murder on my mind... my printer has gone on the blink.

With a deadline fast approaching it’s good to be able to rely on computers, printers and modern technology to be there and to work beautifully. After all, isn’t that why we spend so much of our hard-earned cash on them? 379 more words

Writing

Writing Instruments I Have Known

It’s funny how the anniversaries of certain historic events make you reminisce. Today, I’ve been reminiscing about the typewriter, a writing instrument with which I’m almost as familiar as I am a pencil or pen. 922 more words

"Renegade Writers Guild Hosts 1st Annual TYPE-IN" by Stephanie Williams Dean

Typewriter aficionados will be jamming together to pay homage to their writing and word processing roots. National Typewriter Day is Friday, June 23rd, and Renegade Writers Guild is hosting the 1st annual, public TYPE-IN and jam session for manual and electric typewriters and enthusiasts who love them. 146 more words