Monday, November 5, 2012
Being an Underwood, I immediately thought of Jack Kerouac's early short story collection Atop and Underwood. The craftsmanship looks exquisite, and it certainly must have been built with quality to hold up so well all these years later. However, someone must have gone through great lengths to restore it recently, because it looks brand new. I'm not sure if it still works or not - in retrospect, I should have asked. The tag said, "Underwood II - 1930s."
They also had this little seafoam green typewriter, but I wasn't as taken with it.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
This blog may not have been updated recently, but I wrote a post for Drunken Boat's blog the other day, which I thought I'd share here. I'll be writing another one next month, all leading up to when the 15th issue of Drunken Boat is released.
UPDATE - March 31st, 2012: I just wanted to add the link to my most recent article up on Drunken Boat's blog: Joseph Pascale on DB9’s “The Bull’s Eye” by Inderjeet Mani. You can access the story "The Bull's Eye" in Issue 9 of Drunken Boat.