Richard, I just noticed that your publisher is in my home state of Vermont. I am having a Type-In next week but perhaps you could come and promote your book at a fall/winter event.http://vermontvintagetypewriter.blogspot.com/
I hope we can make it happen!Thanks for alerting me to your blog. I've added it to the blogrolls on this site and typosphere.net, and posted your type-in poster there.
I wish they'd put a typewriter image. But it's neat, I like the minimalist look.
There's a great typewriter image on the facing page, and of course on the cover. Plus plenty of images throughout the book.
Duh, I thought you meant cover page!
Looks great Richard.
Simple and beautiful, just like the machines and movement your book is about.I do love the slight imperfections on the impressions. That smudge is truth!Question: was that the natural way it was typed or was it accentuated through some graphics program?
It's a scan of actual typing, which I cleaned up a little in Photoshop.Several texts in the book are actually typed. Some are in a "typewriter" font. Typospherians will have no trouble telling them apart!