Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension

It was about people whose mental diseases couldn't be treated because the causes of the diseases were in the fourth dimension, and three-dimensional earthling doctors couldn't see these causes at all, or even imagine them. One thing Trout said that Rosewater liked very much was that there really were vampires and werewolves and goblins and … Continue reading Maniacs in the Fourth Dimension

Paddington Pair

According to The Huffington Post and other online sources, children's author Michael Bond used an Olympia SM9 to write several of his Paddington Bear stories. In January 2014, the typewriter was shown at an exhibition “A Bear Named Paddington” at the Museum of London: The original typewriter that Michael Bond used to write "Paddington at Work" and "Paddington Goes … Continue reading Paddington Pair

The Rule of SM3s

They say things happen in threes. The day after WordsAreWinged blogged about visiting a previously undiscovered antique shop and finding an Olympia SM3, the same thing happened to me. On my latest trip to the nearby town of Guildford to check out the antique stores, I paid my first ever visit to Annie's Vintage Wondrland ... Waiting to greet me, was this unassuming … Continue reading The Rule of SM3s