|In case you can't read that small type, I have attempted to enlarge it below|
|I love using that machine but it's "blind" - the type is so small it can seldom be seen, and then only with intense light. So I make a lot of amusing typos.|
Before the show we looked at the "Art of the Book" exhibit at Collins Library. It was small but impressive.
I thought, "This is the future of print media." What I mean of course is that the fine book niche should do well IF there is enough confidence in the archival durability of the materials and craftsmanship.
All that said, I want to be a proofreader/editor. I seem to have a blind spot for my own dreck, but my writing buddy was quite impressed with all the suggestions I made for his novel, and having priced the service in a writing group he said my feedback is comparable to the samples he's seen from the pro, and thinks I should look into it. To that end, I'd love to audition with the typosphere writers. I'll tell you what I see, you tell me if that's useful and how it compares with other editors' feedback. Any takers?