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August 19, 2008

The importance of finding the right editor

Western_union_telegram A telegram sent to poet Robert Penn Warren by his William Morris agent in 1948, regarding a potential meeting with Sam Goldwin. Other telegrams from The Beinecke Digital Image database, at “Room 26”

Book sculptor Nicholas Jones, interviewed by Marty Weil of Ephemera

An archive of gay paperback artwork from the 50's and 60's

You’ve been hurt before. You want a man who will treat you right, but you don’t want to be hurt again…

Shakespeare's Editor, as performed by Hugh Laurie and Rowan Atkinson

Rev. Robert Shields was an English teacher and a diarist who lived in Dayton, Washington and who was afflicted with Hypergraphia, an overwhelming urge to write. He left a diary of 37.5 million words chronicling every 5 minutes of his life from 1972 until a stroke disabled him in 1997. (From Shelton Wet/Dry)

(Image above from The Authentic History Center)

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