Q&A with John Colman Wood, author of The Names of Things

Q & A with John Wood, author of The Names of Things By Melody Condon Q: The Names of Things is a portrait of a marriage as well as a story about grief. In creating a cross-cultural look at marriage and death, what was involved in researching this book? A: I suppose the research came …

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How to write a great query

Norelle Done of the Seattle Wrote blog has posted the next post in her series about publishing, about how best to query agents, editors, and publishers. We’re thrilled to be part of this series; join us over at Seattle Wrote for Part 2. And be sure to stay connected to Norelle’s wonderful blog –while oriented toward the Pacific …

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Q&A on publishing with Seattle Wrote

Norelle Done of the Seattle Wrote blog has posted the first post in a series all about publishing. Her wonderful blog is oriented toward the Pacific Northwest and Seattle, but her posts — from author interviews to book reviews to how-to articles — are great for readers and writers all over. Part 1 of our …

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Typewriters are in fashion

The Typosphere — an excellent website for those who love typewriters — recently noted how typewriters are finding their way into fashion — as in wearable fashion. How about fingernails painted as typewriter keys: Typewriter-inspired clothing: I wonder if you can use White Out to remove stains. I know, bad joke. Finally, here is a …

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Meet our Smith & Corona

We so enjoyed creating our Remington Rand notecards that we’ve created a new card featuring our 1929 Smith & Corona. (Now our worry is that the other typewriters will be jealous, though frankly, not all of them are ready for their close-ups just yet…) Here’s an image of the new cards, now available: And, if …

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