New England QWERTY Festival

For the first New England QWERTY Festival, held at the *amazing* Museum of Printing in Haverhill, MA, we got to type poems and totally geek out on all the amazing exhibits and presentations. It was a day of typewriter heaven. 🙂

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  1. Marilyn A. Lasek

    Drats! Curses! I didn’t know about the QWERTY Festival. And Haverhill is not far away from Boston. Ugh. And I just saw Tom Furrier this week (he didn’t mention it, but did show me the poem he got from Sean – I do have it in your book, but it was nice to see the original). Please please put me on your email list for ANY events you are doing in New England! I seem to be behind the 8 Ball when it comes to keeping up with typewriter events. Although, I am hoping to catch our own BTO in concert TWICE this fall!
    Are you doing the Antiquarian Book Fair in November??
    All the best,
    Marilyn (2 Hermes, 1 Underwood, 1 Remington, a Smith Corona disguised as a “Sears,” and an odd one with strange keys)

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    • Rodeoster

      Hi Marilyn — Thanks so much, and yes sorry we missed you at the QWERTY fest! You are now on our mailing list. 🙂 And your typewriter collection sounds excellent!!! 🙂 Alas we won’t be doing the Boston Antiquarian in November this year, but hope to be back in New England fairly soon — hopefully for some more events next summer! Yours in poetry and typewriters, — The Rodeo crew

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