Type Casting...



Not for the first time, fast talking New Yorker Camille Lorigo hit me up with a proposition I couldn't refuse. 
In truth, all I really caught over the busy din of Stravaigin was "...old typewriters...stream of consciousness...Hope Street Studios...let's write a book in a weekend." 
Hey, this could be a kick, I was in. Completing our beat writing troika was the actor and writer Stephen Sheriff. 

But after what seemed a respectable amount of time spent 'thinking very fast and typing very slow', we completely ditched the troublesome typewriters and went "back to mac - daddy-o". 


To be continued... just as soon as us squares can get our shit together once again!


5 comments:

  1. Thanks Jolene, honestly wasn't as earnest an affair as it looks! xx

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  2. I can't believe you chose convenience over style! Surely you should have let the typewriter shape the form of the prose... unless, of course, it actually sprained your fingers.

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  3. looking forward to the book launch...

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  4. I know Feijoa - to be honest, it was game over for the typewriters once someone said we sounded like Murder She Wrote…
    Flannery, for that level of optimism, you've just won yourself an advance copy…!

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