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Dreamstorming

by | Nov 13, 2021 | Uncategorized | 4 comments

Interview with Robert Olen Butler (for Butler on dreamstorming, go to 35:45).

 

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  1. Ted

    Ooh, I like those pairings :D

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  2. David Brechbiel

    Ico-rific pairing. Think what could be accomplished on the red one!

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  3. Ian Gillespie

    I agree with your idea that different typewriters are often suited to different tasks, or even moods. When writing fiction, I tend to brainstorm (or dreamstorm, as you say) and fool around with new ideas and first drafts on one of my Olivettis — usually either the Lettera 32 or Studio 44. For some reason, these machines seem more "playful." But for more "serious" later drafts, I prefer working on my Olympia SM9. These are highly subjective feelings on my part, of course, but the different "personalities" of the machines seem to exert a peculiar power.

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  4. Unknown

    Well that’s quite a group!

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