The AWM is excited to bring you stories written by our visitors in our Story of the Day exhibit, which features typewriters that visitors can interact with directly, or our newest temporary exhibit, My America: Immigrant and Refugee Writers Today. Check back regularly for new stories, and visit the Museum to try out our regularly cleaned typewriters, see the exhibit, and possibly be featured here!
guided by your fathers usual and daily death innocent of all human thought like the many men before you leading bullets to homes of flesh and blood tracing out lines in chalk teaching nothing yours is a sentence punctuated by the last gurgling gasps of a young man smoldering in a world on fire
I wonder how many typewriters per year are destroyed by theatrical productions in which a frustrated author destroys his tool in a fit of rage. It would seem as though the experience of typing on a typewriter is a non-renewable resource. We must cherish the experience while it is available to us. At least before some angsty starving artist takes a golf club to all the typewriters.
The question begged to be asked, what does darkness dream about? As it remains continuously in black, is there any room for the light of imagination? Does memory hold a grasp in its depths?
Or is there nothing there save the abyss?