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Visitors use typewriters at the American Writers Museum

AWM Story of the Week

Every week, 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. Check back weekly for new stories, and visit the Museum to try out our typewriters and possibly be featured here! This week, we’ve been thinking about the changing […]

typewriters on the Story of the Day exhibit table at the American Writers Museum

AWM Story of the Week

This week is all about different types of advice from our visitors! From what to do when you’re feeling lonely, to the best way to dance, our visitors know a thing or two about how to live their best life.

A visitor typing on a large blue IBM typewriter at the American Writers Museum in Chicago, IL

AWM Story of the Week

“These words aren’t facts, but they are my truths. Truths I had to run after, cry over, laugh at, and love. Words can, and will, change the world.”
Read more poetry and stories in this week’s Story of the Week!

A visitor story from the Story of the Day exhibit at the American Writers Museum in Chicago, Illinois. The exhibit features typewriters, but this story declares "I prefer a pencil and paper!"

AWM Story of the Week

“If you use a typewriter you better have strong fingers and little perfectionism. And a waste paper basket.” See more from visitors on Hemingway, typewriters, and writing with pencil instead!