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Typewriters of the Times: Brian Sonia-Wallace and William Stevenson

by | Aug 9, 2020 | NYT | 3 comments

Today’s New York Times Book Review section is more typewriterly than usual.

The theme seems to have been inspired by this strong review of Brian Sonia-Wallace’s The Poetry of Strangers by Michael Hainey. Congratulations, Brian! (Here’s my review.)

Another big spread features foreign correspondent William Stevenson and his Lettera 22.


3 Comments

  1. Unknown

    I had to give up the pipes to keep the doctors (and wife) happy. I went the Hermes Baby and SkyRiter route at first. I've been watching Lettar 22s go by on the auctions wondering if I didn't take the wrong path ? …

    Great stuff, Richard.

    MartyH

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  2. Bill M

    Nice book review. I have it on my want to read list ever since I saw your post on it.
    I should subscribe to the NY Times also. Oh, but I'm so far behind on all my reading.

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  3. Robert Messenger

    No doubt this will heighten interest in typewriters yet again. Can't be a better time for people in lockdown to be using them.

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